Safe, accurate, and powerful
Vacuum lifting equipment from TAWI optimises your workflow and keeps your employees safe from the harm or injury that arises from heavy lifting and repetitive movement. We offer a wide range of lifting equipment for use by manufacturers, builders, contractors or any industry with the need to lift and move heavy or sensitive material.
Modern solutions for a modern world
In the construction industry, ropes, chains or slings have long been used for lifting sheet metal or moving large pipes and concrete slabs. In the electronics industry, moving or recycling larger and larger television screens or other delicate products has required a combination of heavy lifting and careful positioning, often resulting in damage to the products or employees.
More and more, these industries are turning to vacuum-lifting technology as a faster and safer alternative and for the numerous benefits over conventional handling operations they provide. Vacuum lifters from TAWI USA can improve worksite productivity and, more importantly, keep products and workers safe from harm. TAWI solutions cover a vast range of electronic devices from TV-sets, computer screens, computer parts and discarded hardware and components to sheet metal, doors, and concrete slabs.
From concrete blocks to television screens
TAWI’s quick-connect couplers readily attach to most any surface and ensure a powerful grip, unlike slings and chains, which can shift or loosen, endangering employees and products alike. All TAWI solutions have a compact overall footprint and are highly customizable, making them particularly suited for use in congested workspaces or other tight spaces. Whether lifting sheet metal or moving television screens, with a vacuum lifter from TAWI USA, you can put the material where it needs to be and go on to the next piece in no time flat.
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.
Are you unsure?
Call us at 630-655-2905 (8 AM–5 PM, CDT) for advice