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HOVA Maschinenbau GmbH has been on the path to success for the past 20 years. It has received numerous awards, including the Schrittmacher Award, the right to bear the Austrian coat-of-arms for quality products and the Julius Award. We are also certified in accordance with EN ISO9001: 2015. HOVA specialises in crane lifting systems and automatic transfer systems, as well as manual handling equipment for wood, glass, metal, plastic and stone. Depending on requirements, the load is lifted using a vacuum, magnets or individual grippers with controls suitable for one-man operation. As a complete provider, the systems are manufactured with lightweight slewing cranes or rail systems, as required. Quality and service from a single source The company 's range of services includes planning, designing, manufacturing and installing complete systems, the production of slewing cranes and rail systems. In the area of vacuum lifting technology, the HOVAMAT lifting devices make it easier to handle large and heavy parts in the glass, metal, stone, wood and plastics industry. HOVAMAT vacuum lifters Be it glass, windows, steel, aluminium, wood, stone or plastic – with HOVAMAT vacuum lifters virtually any load can be moved safely and carefully. The compact and ergonomic design of the lifting equipment enables maximum user-friendliness. Intelligent control minimises operating errors. All vacuum lifters are manufactured in accordance with the highest level of quality and safety.

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  • Metālu formēšanas darbgaldi
  • Vacuum lifters
  • Manipulators
  • Slewing cranes
  • Rail systems
  • Cranes
  • Vacuum suction cups
  • Vacuum grippers
  • Automation
  • Vacuum lifting devices