180° turning – A case for the eT-Hover-loop

When loads have to be ma­chined on the bot­tom side of all sides, you need phys­i­cal strength to turn the load. The eT-Hov­er-loop un­der­takes this prob­lem eas­i­ly.


Loads fre­quent­ly are de­liv­ered in dif­fer­ent po­si­tions. With the eT-Hov­er-loop they can be turned around 180° very sim­ply. This does not on­ly save the pow­er of at least two em­ploy­ees who would be nec­es­sary for turn­ing, but al­so it pro­tects their back.


The lift­ing de­vice is suit­ed for lift­ing trape­zoidal pro­files with a length of up to 14 m and a max­i­mum width of 1.60 m. The eight me­ter long ba­sic de­vice con­sists of sev­er­al parts with var­i­ous lengths. There­fore it can be short­ened mod­u­lar­ly to a length of at least two me­ters. So it can be fit­ted to the in­di­vid­u­al work­ing con­di­tions of the cus­tomers.


The er­gonom­i­cal han­dle sup­ports the ease of han­dling.


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