Tools for Lifters

To help lift and manipulate loads, we have a large selection of lifting tools that fit on our lifters. Since the lifting tool is also the end effector that interfaces with the load, it is crucial that it is designed correctly. In addition, it is also important that the lifting tool and lifter work perfectly together. Since we design both together, you as a customer are always sure to get a perfect match. Using the same principles as for our lifters, the lifting tools are strong and reliable. Built for industrial use and with a large degree of modularity, these lifting tools are often customized and will fit almost any load.

When a lifting tool needs to do more than just lift a load up and down, it becomes a manipulator. This is the case for tools such as our roll manipulator or rotation unit. These manipulators are manually or electrically powered, depending on the use and the load.
Some lifting tools simply need to lift a load up and down, such a fork or a platform. These we designate as non-manipulators.

Manual manipulators are lifting tools that in themselves can be turned, swung or otherwise moved by hand to help position the load.
Non-manipulators are simple lifting tools that support a load. Typically designed to accommodate a specific type of load, these tools are found in countless different versions.
Electrical manipulators are lifting tools that in themselves can be turned, swung or otherwise moved electrically to help position the load.