Video: Verton tech stabilises lifts with one degree precision

By Mike Hayes30 September 2021

New load orientation solution launched for sectors including traditional and prefab construction

A pair of Verton Everest Spinpods orientate a load

Australian technology company Verton has launched a series of remote-controlled load orientation solutions, designed to negate the need for tag lines and increase safety and efficiency during on-site lifts.

The Everest series uses gyroscopic technology to rotate loads by as little as one degree at a time, at the touch of a button.

Using the modular Spinpod 7.5 for example, Verton says units can be used for multiple applications, including within both traditional and modern and prefabricated projects.

A single unit is capable of orientating loads of between 20 and 40 tonnes, although a number of units can be nested together to increase the load capacity.

A video demonstration of Verton’s Spinpod 7.5 can be seen here.

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