Bohle has further enhanced its range of Veribor manual suction lifters with the introduction of a new, aluminium, lever operated version.
Available with a choice of 2 or 3 suction cups, the aluminium Veribor suction lifter has been designed to deliver a combination of safety, user comfort and durability.
As with all Veribor lifters, the new aluminium version is subjected to rigorous quality and safety checks by Bohle, including a ‘tearing test’ in which it must withstand twice its official maximum load capacity.
The 3-cup model is officially rated for a 100kg load capacity, and the 2-cup model for a maximum of 60kg.
The latest addition to the Veribor range now features a wider distance between suction heads, providing a better distribution of weight and improved handling characteristics.
Bohle has also introduced larger diameter suction heads, that are designed to distribute pressure along the outer suction pad area for improved safety and has also upgraded the design of the Veribor’s levers.
These are now wider in diameter, with a higher position that makes them easier and more comfortable to operate.
A special feature of the 3-cup aluminium Veribor lifter is that the third suction head lever can also be rotated through 90 degrees and locked in three different positions. This is designed to reduce the width of the aluminium Veribor lifter when space is restricted.
Dave Broxton, Managing Director, Bohle, commented: “We know that when it comes to handling and manually positioning glass, comfort and usability are important, but having 100% trust in the equipment you are using is paramount.
“Our range of Veribor manual suction lifters, including the latest aluminium version, is one of our most popular product lines. That success is due entirely to Bohle’s absolute commitment to quality and safety and the fact that our customers know that they can rely on Veribor to perform as promised.”