Redfern Flinn expands its lifting range


Leading Australian crane company, Redfern Flinn Lifting Equipment, has increased its range of material handling solutions with the addition of the Palamatic vacuum tube lifting series.

Palamatic is a premier UK designer and manufacturer of vacuum lifting equipment that has been specifically created to help companies improve efficiencies and productivity.

Redfern Flinn will be distributing a broad range of Palamatic’s vacuum tube lifting equipment including the NxG (Next Generation Lifting Technology) range.

The NxG range includes three distinct categories – the NxG Lite, NxG Midi and the NxG Max. These three categories can lift loads from 10kg up to 400kg, so regardless of whether users require a lightweight tube lifting solution or a heavy-duty solution, the series can meet their needs.

In addition, the modular construction of the vacuum tube lifting equipment delivers maximum flexibility and multiple configuration options. The choice of attachments for lifting various materials is extensive. This allows the operator to choose the most suitable attachment for the task and the environment. With the NxG series, operators can lift boxes, cartons, pallets, sacks, bags, tubes, steel drums, concrete blocks, wooden boards plus more.

Purpose built and sturdy, the NxG range has been created to last.  It has been engineered using advanced technology and only quality components. Its unique design means that there is less wear and tear on parts ensuring longevity.

Lightweight, the NxG models are extremely easy to use, maneuver and maintain. To ensure safety, the series features in-built safety devices to protect both the operator and the materials being lifted.

Already tried and tested, the NxG range is perfect for operators in the woodworking, chemical, food and packaging industries as well as paints, pharmaceutical, oil and plastics, and manufacturing.

According to Stephen Batten, Redfern Flinn’s Managing Director, the addition of Palamatic tube lifters will increase the breadth and depth of Redfern Flinn’s product range in its vacuum lifting category and complement the existing GIS range.

Redfern Flinn currently offers an extensive range of overhead, monorail, jib and portable gantry cranes, chain and wire rope hoists (electric and pneumatic), vacuum lifting equipment, vehicle hoists, train jacks, scissor lift tables, jacks and winches.

The company also delivers turnkey solutions and has the expertise and state-of-the-art technology to deliver the right solution.

Redfern Flinn’s experienced and trained service technicians also provide service and repairs for lifting equipment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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