Gripper for sanitary ware 89-12030

Gripper for sanitary ware 89-12030

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General Data

Maximum capacity: 25 kg/ 55 lbs

Control system: proportional speed control (PSH)

Weight: 15,6 kg/ 34 lbs

Media: 6-7 bar/ 90-100 psi

Article no: 89-12030

Serial no: A6558

This gripper for sanitary ware lifts different types of bathroom ware such as toilets, bidets, sinks etc. This particular gripper is designed for lifting toilet bowls. It has a suction cup large enough to safely grip the bowl. It carries a maximum weight of 25 kg, and both lifting and lowering speed of the machine is adjustable. Also, it lifts both glazed and unglazed ceramic toilets.  The sanitary gripper can rotate the load 270° and makes the operators work easy and more efficient.

To suit your needs, other adjustments can be made to the gripper such as customization to lift other types of loads or loads of different weights.

A gripper for sanitary ware (toilet bowls) – How does it work?

The operator moves the bowl by utilising the air-pressure technology of the gripper. The suction cup on the gripper attaches to the outside of the toilet bowl. Then you place the suction cup onto the bowl and the operator presses the ‘grip’ button. The toilet bowl can then be moved from pallet to pallet in a state of weightlessness. After lowering the toilet bowl onto a stable platform, the operator presses the ‘release’ button, and the bowl disengages from the suction cup. This gripper also have a safety function called the ‘Load Guard’, which ensures that the toilet bowl will not be released until it is placed on the ground or on a stable platform.

With the sanitary gripper you easily and safely handle the toilets. You don’t have to do any heavy lifting or straining your back.

Lifting other types of bathroom porcelains

If you need to lift other sanitary porcelain products, such as sinks, bidets etc. we can customise a sanitary ware gripper for your purpose. We design and construct the gripper to make it optimal for your products, and safe and ergonomic for your operators.