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8 inch Vacuum Glass Suction Cup - 150 lbs
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Regular price $46.00 Sale

GT Tools® 8” diameter flat vacuum suction cup with a tough, light-weight plastic body and ABS gas barrel. Excellent for lifting and carrying stone, tiles, slabs, and glass. 150 lbs maximum horizontal lifting capacity and 125 lbs maximum vertical lifting capacity. All GT Tools® pump suction cups include a red line vacuum loss warning indicator.

  • Popular style for architectural flat glass
  • High impact ABS body
  • 8 inch Diameter rubber base
  • Flat cup for flat surfaces
  • 150 lb horizontal lifting power
  • 125 lb vertical lifting power
  • 8" Flat Suction Cup
  • Durable Carry Case

Suction Cups Technical Brochure (1.6 MB)

Suction Cups technical brochure

  • Shipping: All orders will be processed and shipped within 1 or 2 business days upon payment not including weekends and based on the UPS delivery service requested.
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  • All orders placed within the United States of America will ship by UPS services allotted on gtglass.com.
  • All orders shipping to international addresses will ship via UPS International Economy. All international orders outside the United States of America are subject to customs, duty taxes, and brokerage fees if applicable.
  • Returns: All Sales are Final. Returns and exchanges are accepted only if: 1) The wrong product was sent. 2) Any or all of your products were damaged in transit by the shipping carrier. or 3) A warrantied item is factory defective. See Terms of Service Link below for more details.
  • Warranty:  Warranty is extended to hand tools and power tools. All disposable and consumable supply items are not subject to warranty coverage. Each hand and power tool is warrantied to be free of defects from workmanship and materials for the period of 1 year from the date of original purchase.

 


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