Lifting equipment for the automobile Industry
Modern automotive plants must be very flexible and able to manage multiple models, and more importantly, multiple platforms, within a plant. TAWI’s unique vacuum lifting systems can play an important role in increasing the agility and safety of your production process, bringing increased profitability and efficiency with our hand-held windshield suction cups, auto glass installers and below-the-hook vacuum lifters.
From components to cars
Profitable automobile production relies on the ability to move and manoeuvre large numbers of parts safely and efficiently. TAWI’s range of vacuum lifting products enables automakers and their suppliers faster and safer operations than ever before. Our vacuum lifting products are perfect for component handling during the manufacture of individual parts and modules, as well as during final assembly.
With the safe and stress-free moving of heavy or cumbersome products that vacuum lifting provides, the manufacture and handling of tires, batteries, windows and windshields, and other components is easier than ever before. Each and every employee can lift even the heaviest workpiece with a TAWI lifter, removing the physical ability barrier and enabling a more diverse and efficient workplace.
Less equipment, more productivity
In addition, with a TAWI system, you get a highly versatile handling device which can drastically reduce or eliminate the need for messy hydraulics or forklifts and their maintenance and down-time issues. All in all, you get lower upfront cost, greater flexibility in future process changes, and unparalleled safety.
Whether in the auto shop, the component manufacturing plant, or on the automotive production line, windshield suction cups and below-the-hook vacuum lifters from TAWI make automotive work easier and more agile than ever before.
Please specify what you want to lift with measures and weight, size of working area, and lifting height to get as accurate a quote as possible.
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