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4/1/2006

Vacuum Lifter

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Anver Corp. (Hudson, Mass.) has made available a new custom vacuum pad attachment for its VT Series tube lifter, enabling one person to remove large, lightweight vacuum molded parts directly from a mold. Available in air- or electric-powered models, the vacuums provide 100 percent duty cycle and have a quick-connect

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Anver Corp. (Hudson, Mass.) has made available a new custom vacuum pad attachment for its VT Series tube lifter, enabling one person to remove large, lightweight vacuum molded parts directly from a mold. Available in air- or electric-powered models, the vacuums provide 100 percent duty cycle and have a quick-connect coupling to accommodate many different types of vacuum pads. Standard features include adjustable up/down controls (built into an ergonomic handle), vacuum gauges and a wire-reinforced, protective covering.

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