SOURCE: Anver Corporation
HUDSON, MA--(Marketwire - Sep 11, 2012) - Anver Corp. has introduced a vacuum tube lifter that provides an ergonomically sound alternative to manual lifting for loading and unloading bags and sacks from skids, pallets, and conveyors.
The Anver VT-Series Bag Lifter lets an operator load and unload bags and sacks from skids, pallets, and conveyors without manual lifting and bending which can create health and productivity issues. Developed for production use, this vacuum lifter for bags and sacks provides a 100% duty cycle, features instant attach and release, and speeds bag handling operations.
Equipped with an ergonomic handlebar with fingertip controls, vacuum pad attachments with foam rubber sealing rings, and a choice of plastic or stainless steel housings, the Anver VT-Series Bag Lifter is constructed from all stainless steel for washdown environments. Suitable for standard 50-, 100-, and 125 lb. bags, air- and electric vacuum stations are offered.
The Anver VT-Series Bag Lifter is priced from $4,995 (list), depending upon the vacuum pump size, construction, and vacuum pad attachment. 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.