The Butler is a perfect unit for landscapers looking to move square cut natural stone slabs!
- The Butler has a 440 lb lift capacity when equipped with the proper sized pad
- It is a battery powered vacuum lifter, so there is no need for any electrical cord or pneumatic lines running behind the unit
- It features pressure sensors to shut off the vacuum pump when it is in its ideal pressure range to preserve battery
- You will get a full days of work on a single charge- just plug it in at night so it is ready to go tomorrow
- It features height adjustable handles so everyone lifts from an ideal location- reducing the strain on your lower back
- There is a crane eye for lifting larger slabs or small stair treads with machinery
- Safety features include an audio vacuum alarm, visual vacuum gauge, safety vacuum reservoir, and a battery life percentage on LED screen
Email email@example.com for questions, more information, and pricing on the Butler
Check out a demonstration video of the Butler on our Youtube page!
The Butler is a battery powered unit, that has a lifting capacity of 440lbs. It has a range of options in pad dimensions that make it useful for different sized material. The Butler is effective in the handling of stone, metals, glass, or any non-porous material. This unit can be used as a manned unit, as well as with a small excavator in a landscape application or with a lifting yoke – making the Butler a very versatile vacuum lifter!
Waldo Holden, Denson Landscaping Archback Mini
“Best thing since sliced bread, should’ve bought an Archback Mini a long-time-ago”
JC Landscaping Archback Mini
“The best tool for moving natural stone, the Archback Mini is worth every penny”
Colin McMenemy, Muskoka Landscapers Archback Mini
“Best tool in my truck- have laid over 30,000sqft of granite flag. Couldn’t have done without it.”
Josh Werkman, Stonewerks Landscaping Archback Maxi
“The Archback Maxi was a fantastic unit! It outperformed our expectations by a mile, making the job easier and more efficient for us, even in the toughest conditions. The Archback Maxi had no problem lifting our 1.5 ton steps up to 8′ high and 22′ out with ease and confidence for our crew”.