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AVLP 3 - 600kg Vacuum Lifter

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Brand: Aardwolf
Product Code: AVLP3
Price: $3,675.00

AVLP 3 - 600kg Vacuum Lifter

This vacuum lifter is designed to lift smooth or rough marble & granite.  Features rugged construction with the added ability to lift and then tilt the stone.  Powered by compressed air.


Features

  • Pneumatic vertical-horizontal tilting from 0 to 90° by pneumatic pistons.
  • Stainless steel vacuum tank ensuring safe pickup in the event of a sudden power break to the vacuum pump.
  • Acoustic and visual alarm system.  Independently powered by a rechargeable 3.7V battery.
  • Slider valve with on & off position for the attachment of material to vacuum pads and release of material from vacuum pads.



Specifications

Suction Pad Dimension: 2 outer pads of 520 x 320mm & 1 central pad of 420 x 220mm
Number of Pads: 3
Lifting Capacity:
- Horizontal Lifting: 720kg
- Vertical Lifting : 615kg

Option: All Suction pads 420 x 220mm, lifting capacities to 690kg horizontally and 345kg vertically.

Compressed Air Requirement
Air Consumption: 180 l/min
Supply Air Pressure: 5 bar

Alarm System Battery Information
- Lipo Battery Capacity: 3.7V 2000mAhx1
- Standby Time: 5000h
- Non Stop Working Time: 7h
- Charging Requirements:
  + Input: 220V 50-60Hz
  + Output: 5V 1A
- Charging Cycle: 1000 times
- Charging Time: 2h

Package Dimensions: L1460 x W350 x H920mm
Weight: 72kg

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  • Product Code: APCCL and Product Code:
    May I get customized over head electrical motor for hydraulic operation Product Code: APCCL and Product Code: AVLP 3 combined pneumatic operation for vacuum with extended cable operator can handle unit from ground for lifting and shift slab from ground to truck for loading and unloading
    aslam
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      Hi Aslam,

      Unfortunately our counterbalance cranes are not suitable to use in conjunction with our AVLP vacuum lifters.  They're more suited to overhead jibs, column mounted jibs, etc.
      Mark Corbett
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