No matter which differing body sizes, tool sizes and type of work top be carried out, HEUER Stand-Lift units enable the perfect operating position to be adjusted effortlessly to the vice.
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- Order number: 28020004
- Supplier Name: Heuer
- Supplier Number: 117120
The adaptation of the vice to body size is an especially important factor for trainees in schools or trainee workshops, in order to avoid incorrect body posture and its serious consequences.
Items of different height, sizes and shapes requiring a variety of work, are effortlessly accommodated with the HEUER Stand-Lift equipment. The vice can be adjusted with ease to a height of 200mm and rotated through 360°.
The main attraction:
An extremely sturdy stand support makes flexible working in limited space possible, without a workbench. This allows working on bulky work pieces from all sides without any hindrances.
A gas shock absorber, specially tuned to the weight of the vice, makes the vice practically weightless. Once the clamp lever has been released the vice can easily be brought into the desired work position.
Needless to say that the HEUER Stand-lift can be used in combination with a wide range of other devices and equipment, such as bench grinders or small worktops.
When the Iserlohn tinkerer and inventor Josef Heuer invented a new design of drop-forged vices with the revolutionary double prismatic guide in 1925, the Brockhaus company in Plettenberg, Sauerland, was already one of the largest drop forges in Germany.
Farsightedly recognising the importance of the invention, the company acquired the patent in 1927 and began manufacturing this vice. This was the birth of the HEUER vice, which is now world-famous and has been tried and tested millions of times over.