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Multipurpose Lifter, Manual 360Â° Rotation/90Â° Tilt, Max. Lift Load Cap. (Lb.) 700, Number of Pads 4
- Item # 2MDF6
- Mfr. Model # MRT411LDC
- UNSPSC # 24101602
- Catalog Page # 1471
- Shipping Weight 246.0 lbs.
- ItemMultipurpose Lifter
- ApplicationGlass Handling
- Load Movement TypeManual 360 Degrees Rotation/90 Degrees Tilt
- Max. Lift Load Cap. (Lb.)700
- Number of Pads4
- Cup Dia.11"
- Pad SpreadBasic Configuration 28-1/4"L x 32-3/4"W, Extended Configuration 48-1/4"L x 67-1/2"W, Linear Configuration 78-1/4"L x 15-3/4"W
- Power Requirements12 VDC
- FeaturesAutomatic Latching In Upright Position, Locking At Each Quarter Point During Rotation, Low Vacuum Warning Light, On-Board Battery and Charger, Battery Energy Gauge, Vacuum Gauge, Vacuum Line Filter, Vacuum Reserve Tank
- StandardsASME B30.20-2006, CE, AS 4991-2004
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