Compressor 70 CFM and 130 CFM
- Capacity: A 70 CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute) compressor can deliver 70 cubic feet of compressed air per minute, which is a measure of its air output capacity.
- Portable: Many 70 CFM compressors are designed to be portable, making them suitable for various job sites and applications. 130 CFM Compressor:
- Higher Capacity: A 130 CFM compressor has a higher air output capacity compared to a 70 CFM compressor, making it suitable for more demanding tasks.
- Portable or Stationary: These compressors may be portable or stationary, depending on the specific model and application requirements.
EOT CRANE 12TON & 25OR 40
12-Ton EOT Crane
- Lifting Capacity: A 12-ton EOT crane is designed to lift and transport loads weighing up to 12 tons, making it suitable for handling a wide range of heavy materials and equipment.
- Span: The span of the crane refers to the horizontal distance between the two runway beams or rails on which the crane travels. EOT cranes are available in various spans to accommodate different workspace requirements.
25-Ton EOT Crane:
Lifting Capacity: A 25-ton EOT crane is capable of lifting and transporting loads weighing up to 25 tons, making it suitable for handling large and heavy materials.
Span: The span of the crane refers to the horizontal distance between the two runway beams or rails on which the crane travels. EOT cranes are available in various spans to accommodate different workspace requirements.
MANUAL STAKKER - DIE
Design: A manual stacker typically consists of a vertical frame with a set of forks or a platform for lifting loads. It is designed to be operated by hand, without the need for power sources like electricity or gasoline.
Lifting Mechanism: Manual stackers usually employ a hydraulic or manual pump mechanism to raise and lower the load. Operators use a hand lever or foot pedal to control the lifting action.
Lifting Capacity: Manual stackers come in various lifting capacities, ranging from a few hundred kilograms to several tons, depending on the model. The lifting capacity is an important consideration when choosing a manual stacker for a specific application.
Forks or Platform: Manual stackers can have forks or a platform for supporting the load. Fork-type stackers are commonly used for lifting pallets, while platform stackers are versatile and can handle various load shapes.