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in the United States & Canada

Givens Lifting Systems Inc, Toledo, OH

Givens Lifting Systems Inc. - USA

Hooks & End Effectors

At Givens Engineering, we engineer and manufacturer top-quality end effectors, roll handlers, hooks, tongs and lift assists for cranes. End effectors are devices that are attached to mechanical lift assists and can be interchanged depending on the task or project at hand. 

Our team of experienced designers, engineers, machinists, welders and installers can create a custom end effector that will work best for your unique project. We ensure that units are produced quickly, efficiently and are of the highest quality. Every item we manufacture meets the strictest of quality standards and is of the highest quality in the industry.

End Effectors

We design and manufacture custom pneumatic, electric and vacuum powered lifting devices suited to serve your specific business needs. Powered end effectors can facilitate the process of moving parts between operations and can incorporate movements from a variety of pick up and set down orientations.

Roll Handling

Roll handlers are used to easily grip the inside of fibreboard and plastic core rolls and improve the lifting and moving of extremely heavy rolls that can weigh several thousand pounds. Roll handling can assist the operator by allowing rolls to be gripped both vertically and horizontally and they can be used with both manipulators and cranes.

Hooks & Tongs

Givens Engineering manufactures custom hook lift assists to suit virtually every capacity and shape required. All our hook and lift assists are made in accordance with the ASME B30. 20. Everything from cylinder scissor tongs, coil hooks, transmission lifts, hoists and more; trust Givens Engineering for the highest quality mechanical hooks and lift assists.

For exceptional quality mechanical hooks and end effectors, trust the team of experts at Givens Engineering. Get in touch with us today to discuss your end effector or mechanical hooks and tong needs.

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