CRL ALUM-PBCTT84X156-VCP-1 84" x 156" Power Ball Caster Tilt Table

Item #: ALUM-PBCTT84X156-VCP-1 by CRL-USALUM

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CRL ALUM-PBCTT84X156-VCP-1 84" x 156" Power Ball Caster Tilt Table

Item #: ALUM-PBCTT84X156-VCP-1 by CRL-USALUM

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  • Aids Transfer of Insulating Glass Units or Single Lites of Glass
  • All Tubular Steel Construction with Adjustable Legs
  • Raises and Lowers by Pneumatic Cylinder Action
  • Roller Toe Options Available
  • Solid Vertical Glass Rest Included

Height

34 to 36 in (863.6 to 914.4 mm)

Table Top Size

84" x 156" (2.13 x 3.96 m)

Length

120 in (3048 mm)

Width

84 in (2133 mm)

F.O.B

Cicero, Il.

The CRL Power Ball Caster Tilt Table tilts to a vertical 84 degree position for the lateral transfer of single sheets of glass or insulating glass units. Its heavy 2" (51 mm) square by 1/8" (3 mm) thick tubular steel construction supports any size load. There is a solid wooden 2 x 6 pressure treated fixed position vertical glass rest. The neoprene casters are 2" (51 mm) diameter spherical balls that will not scratch the glass. The table height can be adjusted from 34" to 36" (863 to 914 mm). When leveled at a 36" (914 mm) transfer height, the vertical wooden glass rest will be positioned 8-5/8" (219 mm) from the floor.
NOTE: 100 psi, 7 cfm air supply is required for operation. System ships partially disassembled to reduce freight. Table shipped knocked down. Customer attaches legs and ball casters. All hardware included. Important Notes: Always wear the proper protective safety gear including safety glasses when moving glass across the caster table.