Vac. Lift. Place.
Vacuum lifters are the perfect tool for landscapers and tilers to lift a wide variety of materials. Suction-tight concrete slabs, natural stones, tiles and other suction-tight building materials - no problem at all for these powerful tools. Battery-powered, they can be used flexibly and protect the edges of the slabs during laying.
But a worker can only lift about 25 kg when kneeling. In an upright position the force is doubled. But the popular hand vacuum lifters NEMO GRABO and Probst FXAH-120-GREENLINE can do even more.
The solution: New handles for the popular hand vacuum lifters NEMO GRABO and Probst FXAH-120-GREENLINE
With our new SOLO and DUO carrying handles, you can finally use the full potential of the vacuum lifters of over 120 kg - and work in a body-friendly position, alone or in pairs.
Mounting is done in a matter of seconds. Simply switch on once, lift the plates and release the vacuum again via the integrated foot pedal. Back-friendly and extremely efficient - we make hard work easier.
Facts about the FXAH-120-GREENLINE
- 100% battery-powered.
- For tiles, natural stones, concrete slabs and other absorbent building materials.
- Slabs are gripped from above, not from the side: this protects the edges and enables precise laying
- Maximum load capacity 120 kg
- Battery-powered (running time up to one day in normal operation)
About the developer:
The “Modern GRABO” was invented by Mechanical Engineer Mr. Nemo Rotem. Although “hand-held electric vacuum units” have been around for some time, a major engineering breakthrough in sealing technologies, pioneered by Nemo, allowed modern GRABO units to pack an incredible amount of lifting capacity in a small and portable package, and do so on a wide variety of rough surfaces and objects.