Aardwolf Slab Lifter Automatic with Rollers

Product Code: AL30AR


Aardwolf proudly introduces an enhancement to its renowned range of Aardwolf Slab Lifting Clamps, originally conceived and patented by the company's founder, James Edmund Corbett. These updated Aardwolf slab lifting clamps now incorporate two support rollers. These rollers not only safeguard the top edge of the slabs during lifting but also permit manual centering by hand. Additionally, the Aardwolf Slab Lifting Clamps offer the option of an integrated auto-lock and unlock mechanism, another innovation credited to James Edmund Corbett. This mechanism facilitates the automatic gripping of slabs during pickup and release when setting them down.

Key Features:

  • Compact Design: The Aardwolf Slab Lifting Clamps are designed compactly to retrieve closely packed stone slabs from racks and containers. They can effortlessly manage the lifting of shorter slabs alongside taller ones, eliminating the challenges associated with scissor clamps.
  • Versatility: These clamps are well-suited for various construction tasks. Their clamping mechanism at the front of the slab allows for the secure placement of panels close to walls.
  • Safety: Engaging and gripping the slab requires minimal movement, typically well below the overbalance angle, ensuring operator safety.
  • Secure Grip: The Aardwolf clamps provide a secure grip on marble and granite slabs, boasting a force-multiplying factor of approximately 2.5 to 1.


Grip range 0 - 30 mm 0 - 1.2"
Working load limit 1200 kg 2646 lb
Net weight 17.6 kg 38.8 lb
Gross weight 18.2 kg 40 lb
Packaging dimensions L.365xW.160xH.240 mm 14.4"x6.3"x9.4"

Warning: It is imperative to be aware of counterfeit clamps circulating in the market, designed to resemble reputable Aardwolf Lifters. These imitations often mimic the Aardwolf brand's appearance with the intent to deceive unsuspecting buyers. These counterfeit clamps, equipped with movable jaws supported by two elongated side hinges, exert uneven pressure on the movable jaws, leading to slab slippage and potential breakage. They pose significant safety hazards and should be avoided.