Building on their reputation for introducing large capacity equipment in to their range, leading lifting solution specialist, GGR Group, has unveiled the UK’s largest glazing robot to the market.
The dual circuit Oscar 1400 is the highest capacity glazing robot in the range. With a capacity of 1400kg, the Oscar 1400 offers ultimate lifting power, being above to lift up to 400kg more than the nearest rival products in its class.
At just 1303mm wide with solid rubber wheels, the Oscar 1400 can easily be operated in confined spaces using the radio remote control, allowing it to carry loads through restricted access points/ Now available for purchase and hire, it is the perfect solution for lifting and transporting a range of heavy glass, ceramic plates, plastic boards and any other non-porous materials.
The hydraulically powered robotic arm extends up to 2.3m and is able to deliver unparalleled lifting thanks to its hydraulically powered head slewing 90° left and right, 360° rotation and its ability to tilt 90° up and down.
This glazing robot also features stabilisers for added safety when going over uneven ground and a powered side shift function for moving the device exactly into position when assisting with glass installation.
Graeme Riley, CEO of GGR Group said “We are delighted to introduce yet another ground-breaking product to the market”.
“As with our other large capacity equipment, the launch of the Oscar 1400 shows we are staying ahead of the game and can offer customers more lifting capacity than any other glazing robots currently available the UK.”
“Our company has always been about innovation, not imitation. Having the Oscar 1400– the biggest in the UK – cements our position as the market leader in our field.”
The Oscar 1400 joins the Hydraulica 6000 glass vacuum lifter, Libro 5000 counterbalance beam, MCC1005 mini crawler crane and the mighty URW-1006 spider crane as another class beating piece of equipment offered by the GGR Group.
Enquire about the Oscar 1400 here.
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