HUDSON, MA--(Marketwire - Dec 4, 2012) - Anver Corporation has introduced a compact, ergonomic vacuum lifter featuring a custom designed interchangeable vacuum suction pad attachment that mirrors the contour of a spherical load.
The Anver VFP Series Vacuum Lifter features an interchangeable custom made concave-shaped suction pad with a soft sponge rubber sealing pad that is replaceable. Designed to let one person handle domes and spheres, this below-the-hook vacuum lifter is powered by compressed air and includes vacuum gauges and an audio-visual alarm to signal fractional vacuum leakage.
Suitable for handling stainless steel, composite materials, and glass domes and spheres, only rubber touches the load while using the Anver VFP Series Vacuum Lifter. Featuring an adjustable handlebar with built-in controls, this compact ergonomic lifter has an all-welded steel frame, is available with up to 2,000 lbs. capacity, and requires only 8" of headroom.
The Anver VFP Series Vacuum Lifter is priced from $1,495.00 depending upon the suction pad construction. Price quotations are available upon request.
About Anver Corporation
Founded in 1968, Anver Corporation has a rich history of innovation and a tradition of excellence. The company designs and manufactures a broad range of vacuum system components including suction cups and vacuum cups, specialized suspension systems, air, mechanical, and electric vacuum pumps and vacuum generators, vacuum gauges, ergonomic vacuum lifters, tube lifters, powered vacuum lifters and tilters, vacuum transfer systems, automation and EOAT (end-of-arm-tooling), and complete custom vacuum lifting systems to meet the most challenging customer requirements.
Considered the leading North American Manufacturer of vacuum material handling equipment, Anver Corporation is fully integrated and involved in all aspects of vacuum equipment production. The company is a mold maker, a rubber molder, components manufacturer, equipment builder, machine shop, custom design house, and a consulting firm; all in one. They design and build their equipment in Hudson, MA, USA and sell worldwide.