The Gas Cylinder Lifting Solution

The Gas Cylinder Lifting Solution

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Why Buy Attollo Lift

Pressurized gas cylinders are a staple of manufacturing and found in every corner of the industrialized world.  As a critical tool they present an equally significant hazard in the workplace if not handled properly.

Did you know that recently the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, reported that pressurized  containers caused over 5,000 injuries and 17 fatalities in a single year?

A gas cylinder lifting device that makes it easy to lift and safe to handle pressurized gas cylinders.

The Attollo Lift was designed to move gas cylinders weighing up to 250 pounds.  The device’s patent pending design effectively self guides over the cylinder by its own weight then grabs the cylinder immediately as the device is pulled upward.

Two (2) Interlocking Mild Steel Formed Rings

Powder Coat Finish

Stainless Steel Escutcheon Plates

Four (4) Neoprene Rubber Grips

Payload: 250 lbs

Sized for 9” and 12” diameter gas cylinders

The Attollo Lift and Cradle comply with ASME B30.20, Below-the-Hook Lifting Devices, requirements.

The devices are designated as Design Category A and Service Class 0 (<20,000 cycles).

Lifting slings not included.

Meet the President

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Fred Guerrero, founder of FSG Consulting LLC, brings over 40 years of manufacturing engineering expertise to the development of the Attollo Lift.  Prior to opening his consulting practice, Fred established a career of 38 years at FMC Foodtech, now officially JBT FoodTech, a leading global technology solutions provider to high-value segments of the food processing.  There he evolved from manufacturing engineer in the Methods Department to Manufacturing Plant Manager for the Madera, California facility.  During his four decade tenure at FMC/JBT, Fred developed food processing machinery for some of the largest food companies in the world including Campbell’s, Del Monte and Hunt to name a few.

As a San Joaquin Valley native, Fred spent his early years working in the Valley’s heart of agriculture while growing up in Corcoran, California.  Before completing his Bachelor of Science at California State University Fresno, Fred served as a helicopter mechanic for the Army’s First Air Cavalry Division in the Vietnam war.  The Corcoran native credits these early life experiences and the environments they were endured in as a formative factor in the engineer he is today.