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Grabo - Portable Electric Vacuum Lifter
One Grabo is packaged together with the following accessories:
- Two (2) rechargeable lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery pack
- Plastic carry case
- Lifting strap (attachable to built-in side hooks) for additional lifting tasks
- Built-in vacuum gauge
- Lifting Strap
- Extra foam rubber seal
Grabo’s uses in Industry:
Many stone industry professionals tell us that Grabo is the most useful tool in their truck. Around the world, Grabo quickly became a best seller and found its way to the hands of professionals in masonry, paving, tile, countertop, drywall, flooring and much more. Here are just a few of Grabo’s uses in the industry.
Tiles and floor panels
Tile workers report that Grabo is the perfect tool for picking and placing a tile, including patterned slates and any size floor panels.
Heavy concrete blocks
Paving stones or pavers are thicker than regular tiles and are made from Brick (clay), Concrete, Bluestone, Flagstone, Marble, Travertine, Porcelain, Cobblestone, Rubber, Plastic, and more. Unlike tiles, pavers are usually slightly porous and therefore traditional suction cups can not be used to lift them. Grabo however, is capable of adhering to most pavers, including patterned and porous materials.
Drywall and wood panels
Grabo is the only suction lifter in the world capable of attaching to porous building panels such as plywood, drywall, and gypsum board. Grabo allows workers to pick and place large bulky boards with a click of a button – reducing the chance of back injuries and letting workers carry the panels easily in an ergonomic and correct way. Grabo allows a single worker to instantly pick up, place, and release boards with one hand, leaving the other hand free to hold a “drywall screw gun”. Carrying the panels with Grabo is more comfortable, easier on the back, and allows a single worker to do a job that often requires two.