Vaccum Cup is usable on both curved and flat surfaces.

Press Release Summary:

Intended for general materials handling, Model N5450CS hand held vacuum cup is designed for materials with 20 in. radius or greater. Vacuum cup can be pressed onto flat, smooth, nonporous surfaces to remove most of air volume. Curvature and flexible edges make vacuum cup suitable for lifting auto glass, auto body panels, and polished stone columns.

Original Press Release:

New, Versatile Hand-Held Vacuum Cup from Powr-Grip

Wood's Powr-Grip introduces its newest hand-held vacuum cup for general materials handling, the N5450CS. The new vacuum cup is distinctly different from the company's current concave model, the N6450, in that it has less curvature and edges with greater flexibility. The N5450CS vacuum cup is designed for materials with a 20" [508 mm] radius or greater, as compared to a 13" [330 mm] radius for the N6450.

The new cups' decreased curvature and flexible edges make the N5450CS and N5000CS applicable for both curved and flat smooth, nonporous surfaces, resulting in Wood's Powr-Grip's most versatile hand-held vacuum cup to date. When used for curved surface applications, such as auto glass, auto body panels, polished stone columns, and other curved surfaces, less force is required to seal the pad, compared with the N6450. The new cups attach to flat materials faster and easier than the N6450, as well: The vacuum cup can be pressed onto a flat surface to remove most of the air volume. Then the pad pumps down fast like a regular flat, 9" vacuum pad. Users are able to easily transfer between flat and curved surfaces, without the need for separate sets of hand cups.

Wood's Powr-Grip vacuum lifting products are sold through a network of dealers and distributors, on both a national and an international level. For additional information on the N5450CS or to locate a distributor in your area visit:

Wood's Powr-Grip Co., Inc.
P.O. Box 368
908 West Main
United States

Contact Name: Joe Landsverk
Title: Marketing Director

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