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Wood’s Powr-Grip Quadra-Tilt Vacuum MRTA611LDC (97761)

November 14, 2012

Vacuum Lifts

Vacuum lifts are made to lift large loads varying in overall weight and size. They come in a variety of model types and can differ not only in shape and design, but also on the type of voltage required and the power sources they rely on.

A Unique Design That Delivers Better Results

Wood's Powr-Grip Quadra-Tilt Vacuum MRTA611LDC

At first glance the Wood’s Powr-Grip 97761 Quadra-Tilt Vacuum MRTA611LDC may look like a piece of plant machinery, yet it’s not, rather it is one of the most efficient pieces of material handling equipment out there. It has a four bar tilt design made specifically to decrease the overall effort in tilting really heavy loads between the flat and upright positioning, and this  tilting innovation also aids in the problems and safety issues that arise with lifting your loads from upright racks. When a heavy load is tilted to the upright or flat position, the 97761 Quadra Tilt Vacuum MRTA611LDC will deliver, as it maintains the load position without the help and use of latches. This all adds up to less kickback on the operator’s knees and an all around better experience for the user. The vacuum lifters have the Power-Grip Dual Vacuum System, complete with a manual 360 degree rotation capability, making operating the the Powr-Grip Dual Vacuum System easier and more convenient than its predecessors. Engineered into the design are removable vacuum pads and extension arms, both of which lending to the accommodation of differing sizes and weights for your trickiest loads.

Dual Vacuums

The MRTA-DC has a unique two line vacuum circuit which maintains the vacuum level even if one of the circuits fail. This means that the vacuum will not lose pressure and drop the current load. Alarms are wired throughout the Quadra-Tilt Vacuum that will sound if a pressure loss or load tilting becomes problematic. This system has been introduced through the Power-Grip Dual Vacuum System in order to increase safety by reducing the risks of falling loads, breakage, and  operator accidents.

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