Two Pad Vacuum Lifter Lifting Frames
For Standard Two Pad Lifters – Capacity up to 4000 lb (1814 kg)

The L400M2-61 and -86 two-pad lifting frames are ideal for handling carbon steel and stainless steel sheets and plates with a capacity up to 4000 lb (1814 kg). The type of vacuum lifter – Air or Electric – paired with the number of pads used will depend on your application needs.

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Powered Vacuum Generators with Lifting Frames
VPF-57-AC with L400M2-61FP
Description:  Electric Powered Vacuum Generator with Two Pad Lifting Frame
Max Sheet Size Lifting & Handling Steel Sheet, 8 ft x 6 ft (2.4 m x 1.8 m) up to 4000 lb (1814 kg)
Options Shown: Parking Stands: PS-150
Pad Configuration: Parallel configuration shown. Perpendicular configuration is standard.
 
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VPF-57-AC with L400M2-86FP
 
Description:  Electric Powered Vacuum Generator with Two Pad Lifting Frame
Max Sheet Size Lifting & Handling Steel Sheet, 12 ft x 6 ft (3.7 m x 1.8 m) up to 4000 lb (1814 kg)
 
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Standard Foam Seal Lifting Frames Specifications


76500545
Lifting
Frame

Number
Rated
Load
Capacity
Unit
Weight
A1
Pad
Width
A2
Pad
Length
B
Lifting
Frame
Headroom
C
Beam
Length
D
Hardware Mounting Centers
E
Perpendicular Configuration
Outer Pad Distances
F
Parallel Configuration
Outer Pad Distances
Seal
Number
D1
Standard
Inner
Alternate
Outer
Alternate
Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum

L400M2-61FP 4000 lb
1814 kg
202 lb
92 kg
14 in.
356 mm
32 in.
813 mm
9 in.
229 mm
61 in.
1549 mm
9 in.
229 mm
12 in.
305 mm
22.38 in.
568 mm
69 in.
1753 mm
45 in.
1143 mm
87 in.
2210 mm
65 in.
1651 mm
FR140320

L400M2-86FP 4000 lb
1814 kg
227 lb
103 kg
14 in.
356 mm
32 in.
813 mm
9 in.
229 mm
86 in.
2184 mm
9 in.
229 mm
12 in.
305 mm
22.38 in.
568 mm
94 in.
2388 mm
45 in.
1143 mm
112 in.
2845 mm
65 in.
1651 mm
FR140320

 

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

 

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