Transport system Slim System
The SLIM SYSTEM EASYTRANS transport system is specially designed for handling large format, thin porcelain tiles up to 126 in. long.
The SLIM SYSTEM EASYTRANS can be used as a supplement to the SLIM CUTTER tile cutter (Ref. 18911).
It consists of a set of two extruded aluminium guides, retractable and adjustable from 63” to 126”
The 10 clamping suction cups allow the tile setter to adjust the fixing points, ensuring the handling of the porcelain tiles. For proper fixing of the system, you must ensure that the tile surface is cleaned of dust or other debris.
The set has 6 handles (3 per guide) that can be adjusted and positioned along the entire length of the guide, facilitating and adapting the SLIM SYSTEM EASYTRANS to each moment and format.
The maximum load capacity of the set is 132.28 lbs.
In designing all RUBI products, the RUBI RDI team, consisting of engineers and professionals from around the world, has been vital. The fact that we receive information from many parts of the world gives us the opportunity to have a global view of the business and the needs of professionals to design tools adapted to each market.
RUBI is continuously researching according to the evolution of materials and based on the requirements received by leading ceramic tile manufacturers worldwide, 30,000 RUBI dealers and more than 40,000 end users registered in Club RUBI. Thanks to all this, the RUBI cleaning, protection and maintenance range is unique in the market, offering a comprehensive solution to the user in having products for all phases of treatment, in addition to the tools necessary for successful implementation.
- To transport large porcelain slabs.
- Ideal system for easy transportation of large format porcelain sheets.
- System can be used as accessory to SLIM SYSTEM CUTTER (Ref. 18911).
- Includes two extendable & adjustable guides 62.99" (160cm) & 125.9" (320cm) with 10 suction pads.
- Maximum load: 132.2 lb. (60kg.)
- For sheets up to 9.8 ft. (3m)
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