Rick Kruik – Managing Director of Cooloola Glass and Aluminium, Gympie QLD AUSTRALIA
“Having only a booklet and dvd to watch and understand how the Nomad works, our staff, of my self and two apprentices had this machine figured out in a matter of hours.
It is very simple to use and and is worth its weight in gold when it comes to manouvering glass in such large sizes. Our first situation was most probably the hardest of all having 2 large sheets of over 7 m2 each and also having to use the rotating head and outrigger legs to miss awnings and shop signs. The Nomad is a well manuf…
Grant Woodorth - R&R Glass Services NSW AUSTRALIA
“Just wanted to give you some feedback on the lifter we purchased a couple of months ago.
So far we’ve completed 3 installations.
1. Installation of a 12mm toughened sliding door with top and bottom rails, 2200 x 1880 – we used the quattro to get the glass off the A frame truck, up 5 floors in
the lift, then hang the door on the overhead sliding door track without raising a sweat! We had installed 4 of these doors 3 months previously and it was heavy,
streuous work, with all the lifting by hand …
Matt Abbate - Golden Strip Glass – SC USA
“We got 9 pcs set in about 5 hours of total work (doesn’t include setup time and testing out the first piece). The most important part is I got 9 pcs set without any broken backs or glass. They’ll be fresh and ready to set more tomorrow. FYI this glass is 1 1/16” thick insulated units averaging about 50” x 144”, 385 lbs, and about 40” off the ground.”
Kenneth vonRoenn – President / Director of Design Architectural Glass Art Inc. in Louisville, KY
“The Quattrolifts Nomad is a fantastic piece of equipment for maneuvering glass. It is everything that it was promoted to be and even more. We are able to handle larger sheets of glass with fewer people much more safely. It has been invaluable for installations, reducing our time significantly.
The Quattrolifts allows us to off-load rack trucks with fewer people and with the Nomad we can move glass through our shop more quickly. Next to the plate table, it has become our most essential piece of …