Vacuworx has promoted long-time employee Brian Hall to the position of International Product Manager.
Many people think that vacuum lifters are all the same and that there is no real difference between one brand and another. On the surface, many may look alike, and the working parts on the inside may seem to be very similar. However, the technology, research and engineering involved for different brands of vacuum lifters can be very different.
SUPERIOR Manufacturing makes pipe lifting and handling easy with the SVL-Series of vacuum lifters. There are three models from which to choose – SVL-90, SVL-130 and SVL-220 – with lifting capacities of 9, 13 and 22 tonnes respectively.
Laying the groundwork to move precious natural resources is rigorous work that requires a firm grasp on the latest techniques to handle sound business decisions, as well as physical terrains that span hundreds, even thousands, of miles.
Handling pipe and material on job sites is a labour intensive, time-consuming and potentially dangerous task, but one that is necessary for transmission pipeline projects. Pipe supplies must be unloaded from trucks, and each section moved into position for placement in the ground. Vacuum lifting can help do this safely.
Manufacturer of vacuum-based pipe lifting systems, Vacuworx International, can provide safe and efficient solutions for pipe lifting on a range of pipeline projects.
Schoenbeck GmbH has introduced additional models into its vacuum pipe lifting program – the ELiTE 12 and ELiTE 16TE.
The contractor of today is faced with many challenges and safety on the job has become a major global concern. With a decade of experience, Vacuworx’s newest release, the compact MC3 lifter, has combined safety with versatility.