Self-Powered Vacuum Lifter handles up to 700 lb.

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Suited for use anywhere hoist is present, Model 70S Mechanical Lifter employs self-cycling valve and piston that create suction when lowered from hoist onto load until chain slackens completely and is raised again. Self-contained, mechanically operated, single pad lifter requires no power or setup and can handle any product with smooth, non-porous surface. To promote worker safety, horn and light alarm signals vacuum loss.



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Vacuum Lifter Self-Powered for Use Anywhere



A self-contained, self-powered mechanically-operated vacuum lifter that requires no power or setup and can handle any product with a smooth, non-porous surface is available from Anver Corp. of Hudson, Massachusetts.

The Anver Model 70S Mechanical Lifter features a self-cycling valve and piston that creates a powerful suction when lowered from a hoist onto a load until the chain slackens completely and is raised again. Suitable for use anywhere there is a hoist, this single pad lifter requires no power or setup and can handle any product which has a smooth, non-porous surface.

Eliminating hooks, grabs, magnets, noise, cords, and pollution, the Anver Model 70S Mechanical Lifter handles loads from the top and speeds production or loading operations. They have a 700 lb. capacity, a 100% duty cycle, and are equipped with a horn and light alarm to signal vacuum loss. Other versions are offered with multiple pads and capacities up to 15,000 lbs.

The Anver Model 70S Mechanical Lifter is priced from $1,995.00. Literature is available upon request.

For more information contact:

Anver Corporation
Scott Dillon, Group Manager
36 Parmenter Rd.
Hudson, MA 01749
(800) 654-3500 FAX (978) 568-1570
e-mail: sdillon@anver.com
www.anver.com

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