TAWI container lifters lets you handle one or multiple containers, making manual handling easy and efficient. Streamline your operations and packaging with smart container lifting.
Efficient container lift for all types of canisters and bottles
TAWI lifters can handle all types of containers, lifting them one by one, or several at the same time. We lift efficient and ergonomic, safe for both operator and load.
A TAWI container lift is often used at the end of a production line, packing containers, bottles or other canisters in boxes or directly on pallets. For this type of high-frequency lifting, a vacuum lifter tends to be the best solution. Suction feet adapted to your specific requirements allow you to grip one or more containers, lift, and safely place them where you need them. TAWI vacuum lifters can handle loads up to 270 kilos and are easily controlled with a simple one-hand grip.
All our lifters are designed for the user, ensuring an ergonomic working position and effortless lifting. We make sure everyone can lift all types of containers, regardless how big or heavy. User-friendly and ergonomic lifters ensure a good work environment where employees can lift heavy without risking injury or straining their backs and shoulders.
For less frequent container lifts, a hoist could be a preferable solution. The hoist lets you lift containers with variable speed control, ensuring great precision. A hoist will also hold the load for you, for as long as needed. You can leave the container hanging suspended in the hoist, for as long as you need. TAWI ViperHoist also offers tools for lifting multiple containers at the same time.
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