ANVER’S Standard Vacuum Lifters offer efficient material handling solutions by promoting functionality, safety, and ergonomic operations for a wide variety of applications and materials. Standard lifting frames are built to order from stock using modular components, so there are hundreds of possible combinations depending on the vacuum generator, beam, crossarms, and vacuum cups selected.
Basic features on ANVER’s Standard Horizontal Vacuum Lifters include: vacuum leakage sensor and warning system; attach/release slide valve with safety lock; and locking hand knobs on the adjustable vacuum pad, slide assemblies, and crossarms (when applicable).
ANVER Vacuum Lifters comply fully with and meet the standards of US ANSI ASME Standard B30.20 for below-the-hook lifting devices, as well as complying with OSHA and most European requirements.
The L560M2-86 two-pad lifting frames are ideal for handling steel sheets with a capacity up to 5600 lb (2540 kg). The type of vacuum lifter – Mechanical, Air, or Electric – paired with the number of pads used will depend on your application needs. Foam pads are not available for mechanical vacuum generators.
Contact ANVER for more information, or fill out a Lifter Info/Quote Request Form and a Sales Engineer will respond to your request shortly.
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|Lifting Frame Number||L560M2-86|
|Rated Load Capacity [lbs (kg)]||5600 (2540)|
|Unit Weight [lbs (kg)]||383 (174)|
|A Lifting Frame Headroom [in. (mm)]||9.8 (249)|
|B Beam Length [in. (mm)]||86 (2184)|
|C Hardware Mounting Centers [in. (mm)]||22.38 (568)|
|D Pad Dimensions [in. (mm)]||21 x 29 (533 x 737)|
|E Pad Distances Maximum [in. (mm)]||101 (2565)|
|E Pad Distances Minimum [in. (mm)]||53 (1346)|
|Maximum Sheet Size [ft (M)]||8 x 6 (2.4 x 1.8)|
|Parking Stands (with M600M)||72000222|
|Parking Stands (with VPE3-GEN2)||72000038|
|Various plate sizes can be handled
by adjusting the vacuum pad
positions on the beam
Vacuum pads in the ‘E’ Maximum Pad Distances position to handle maximum plate size.
Vacuum pads moved inward to ‘E’ Minimum Pad Distances position to handle smaller plate sizes