Man lifting cheese block using handheld vacuum lifter

Dairy products

Dairy products

Lift cheese, milk and other dairy products safely

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Operator lifting unpacked meat ergonomically with a stainless steel vacuum lift

Meat lifting

Meat lifting

Tools for lifting raw meat, frozen meat, and packaged meat

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Lifting food - sanitary and efficient

Handling sensitive food products require smart equipment that make the job both efficient and safe. At TAWI we know how to lift both packed and raw food products with great respect for sanitary requirements.

Handling sacks filled with food ingredients is effortless and easy with TAWI vacuum lifters. Grip and lift plastic, paper or woven sacks with a simple one-hand movement. With one hand free, you can easily cut the sack open to empty ingredients into a mixer. Easy, ergonomic and efficient, for both left- and right-handed users.

Handling unwrapped food

Lifting raw food products like meat or cheese puts high demands on cleanliness. Stainless-steel vacuum lifters with suction feet customized for food handling make it easy to secure a clean environment and effortless lifting. The vacuum lifters allow operators to lift food with minimal effort and optimal precision.

Mobile and flexible

For maximal mobility, customers in the food industry often use TAWI Lifting Trolleys when handling food products. The trolleys can be equipped with various tools for handling drums, crates, reels and more. We also customize tools to meet very specific requirements, like lifting multiple trays filled with cheese. Challenge us with your requirements, and we will find the best solution for you.

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