Kennards Lift & Shift now has glass lifting equipment

Kennards Lift and Shift now stock an extensive range of Glass lifting equipment to serve the glazier and glass industry.

The company, a division of Kennards Hire, was established to serve the trade industry with specialised knowledge and specialist lifting gear.The range includes “A Frame” trolleys, vacuum lifting rigs, glass clamps and handheld glass suckers.This equipment is already proving to be popular with the glass clamp being hired out upon its arrival for the whole span of the Sydney M7 motorway project.

All of these equipment items, of course, have one thing in common. They are all used for lifting large sheets of glass. However, each item is specifically designed to handle different applications. With tilting, rotating, vertical and horizontal lifting capabilities, there are many ways these gadgets can be used, and they are sure to make working with glass, positioning and lifting the fragile material much easier.

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