It has a lifting capacity of 350 Kg's (770 Lbs). It can rotate glass measuring upto 4400 mm (180"). The Horizon Manual Drive 770 has a 12 volt battery powered vacuum pump and 2 hydraulic rams.
Quattrolifts have released a new glass lifting machine called the Horizon Manual Drive 770 that will lift and tilt glass to the horizontal. The Horizon Manual Drive 770 will allow one operator to lift glass or an IGU from a rack or truck and then index the glass to the horizontal and then slowly and precisely lower it onto a table or into a frame.
The Horizon Manual Drive 770 will allow one or two people to do what used to require four to six people in the past with greater safety. This is perfect for setting DGU’s into a window frame to create a perfect seal. The Horizon Manual Drive 770 can lift 3660 x 2440 mm (144" x 96") stock sheets of glass and transport them around your factory with ease. The Horizon Manual Drive 770 also allows the operator to rotate the glass 360 degrees and index to almost 90 degrees which is ideal for edgework machines.
The Horizon Manual Drive 770 can be fitted with a dual vacuum system, adding an extra layer of safety.
Quattrolifts | Glass Handling Equipment
Quattrolifts develops mechanical devices that would reduce the risk of injury while handling heavy glass. Quattrolifts has patents issued and pending in Australia, United States, Europe and other international countries for its various designs and attachments.
Discussions with glaziers led to the design and development of Quattrolifts’ first product called the Nomad, afterwhich multiple accessories were developed to further assist glaziers handle heavy glass. To great acclaim, Quattrolifts released the Mule at the 2007 GlassBuild Trade Show in Atlanta Georgia USA. Quattrolifts product range has grown to include more than ten standard machines with options and modifications that expand the range to over twenty product lines.