TAWIGrip with electrical coregripper tool for lifting reels

25 May 2016

This electrical TAWIGrip is installed on a hoist. The tool is equipped with an electric coregripper and electric turn. This application is used for lifting heavy reels and has a max capacity of 220 kg.

The reels are lifted from a horizontal position, turned to a vertical position and then placed on pallets. View video.

The controls on the handles are ergonomically designed and fully integrated with the hoist. The operator can simply use the controls to maneuver every movement.

The coregripper tool is also a popular solution with our Protema electric lifts, click here for more information.

Protema PRO200ESE with v-legs and a scale unit for lifting reels

20 May 2016

This Protema lifter is a special PRO200 EasySqueeze with v-shaped legs and equipped with standard fixed arms and a scale unit including a scale indicator and a scale printer.

This trolley is used to lift and weigh reels up to 120 kg.

The v-shaped legs are designed to perfectly fit the pallets from the sides and lift reels placed in the center of the pallets. The reels can be rotated 90° and the rotation can be stopped anywhere between the end positions.

Click here for more information about our various ergonomic solutions for lifting reels.

Visit TAWI at Elmia Automation May 10th-13th

10 May 2016

Welcome to visit TAWI at stand D06:55

In our stand you will find various products displayed such as Lyftman jib crane, VacuCobra vacuum lifter, ViperHoist wire hoist and Protema electric lifts

TAWI offers complete ergonomic solutions for lighter and safer lifting. Our products are succesfully used in many different industries such as the automotive industry, food and beverage industry, logisticts and distribution centres and many more.  

Crates, boxes, sacks and reels are a few examples of good that you can test lift with our ergonomic lifting equipment at our stand. Our technical sales guys will be there to answer any questions and provide further information and advice. 

Click here for more information about the exhibition.