Vacuum cups for heavy lifting

  • 17-Dec-2012 03:59 EST
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Vacuum cups from Vi-Cas Manufacturing come in sizes up to 15-in diameter to lift and manipulate large, bulky, or cumbersome materials such as aircraft fuselage segments and fabricated assemblies. Round, rectangular, or oval cups are available for a variety of lift manufacturers. Sizes and varieties fit most types of vacuum equipment used for lifting, manipulating, or “pick and place” applications. Materials suit applications including high-temperature materials, anti-static for handling electronic components, and non-marking materials for sensitive products. The company also offers micro-cups and bellows, soap cups, grabbers, suction cups, tightening discs, and grippers, as well as accessories including level compensators, swivel joints, vacuum valves, and fittings and adaptors for various applications.

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