JLM technology and Wood's Powr-Grip.

JLM technology has been selling Powr-Grip since 2007 and the ties between us have only become stronger over the years. Our goal is to be the best in the field. We want to be the best in Europe to advise you on the purchase of a new vacuum lifter and accessories, and we strive to be the best at servicing and repairing Powr-Grip. It means:

Various lifting tasks

See our selection of Powr-Grips

  • Transportvogn_Powr_Grip
    Dolly: Trolley for MRT411 or MRT81
    Compact trolley for transporting vacuum suction lifter, with 10" tires and a curb weight of 15kg. The dimensions of the dolly cart are a width of 64cm, a length of 57cm and a height of 36cm. The t...
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  • krone
    Vacuum yoke up to 250 kg. Model Krone I
    Danish-made, user-friendly lifting yoke for lifting horizontal and vertical plates / windows. Compressed air driven vacuum gauge with 4 pcs. 9" (23cm) suction cups. Model Krone I is with Rotation 2* 9...
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  • MRT411LDC3-1
    MRT411 320 kg. Spider
    Wood's Powr-Grip MRT411 320kg (maximum load capacity), a bestseller with 90 ° manual tilt and 360 ° manual rotation. Mounted with four 11" glass suction cups. Specifications: - 57kg (own weight) ...
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  • P11104DC3-6
    Four-in-a-row 320 kg.
    Wood's Powr-Grip four on a strip 320kg (maximum load capacity), a bestseller with 90 ° manual tilt and 180 ° manual rotation. Mounted with four 11" glass suction cups. Specifications: - 44kg (own ...
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Wood's Powr-Grip

Wood’s Powr-Grip is a family-owned American company located in the state of Montana, a few miles from Yellowstone National Park.

In 1947, Howard opened Wood’s Auto and after years of frustration with holding small engine valves, Howard designed and built the first valve holder in the 1960s. It consisted, roughly speaking, of a small spring-acting vacuum pump mounted in a wooden handle, which at the end was mounted with a small suction cup that could be sucked on the flat surface of the motor valve.

A good friend of Howard, who was a glazier, suggested that Howard build a hand suction cup for handling glass. Next, Howard developed a hand-held suction cup with a vacuum indicator that warned the user against vacuum loss. In case of vacuum loss, it was also possible to restore vacuum without breaking the grip of the suction cup in the glass. It didn’t take long before the entire glass industry took note of Howard’s invention, and in 1964 Howard was able to found the company Wood’s Powr-Grip.

In the late 1960s, Howard developed and patented a battery-powered vacuum suction that could be mounted in a crane. This vacuum suction could lift 270 kg. This was the beginning of the vacuum suction we know today, from Wood’s Powr-Grip.

Wood’s Powr-Grip has since grown very large and is today probably the world’s largest manufacturer of hand suction cups and vacuum suction for mounting glass and panels.

Wood’s Powr-Grip is still owned by the amazing Wood family and has a very dedicated staff.

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