Quattrolifts was born out of health and safety concerns for glass workers and businesses. Ricardo Carlei, the inventor of the Quattrolifts range of products, is a chiropractor who saw firsthand the chronic injuries and disabilities affecting people working with glass fabrication and installation.

It was from this, together with customers wanting bigger and heavier glass installed in their homes and businesses, that the team at Quattrolifts started to design innovative machines to help reduce the risk of injury.

To great acclaim, Quattrolifts released its first machine, the Nomad 200, at the 2006 GlassBuild Trade Show in Las Vegas and soon followed up with the release of the Mule 300 in Atlanta the following year. Quattrolifts product range has grown to include more than fifteen standard machines with options and modifications that expand the range to over twenty product lines.

Most of the machines Quattrolifts have developed are the solution to the many issues glaziers and businesses face within the industry. Quattrolifts is always happy to help those in need and can develop a tailored solution to problems you may be facing with either one of our standard machines or a completely custom option.

Quattrolifts has patents issued and pending in Australia, United States, Europe, China and other countries for its various designs and attachments.

Quattrolifts will continue to develop machines and handling equipment that will help people working with glass in their shops and on-site. From our Express range that feature designs ideal for internal fit-outs and tight on-site jobs to the Vector and OMNI robots allowing up to 800kg capacity in awkward and difficult locations, Quattrolifts is sure to have a solution that will work for you.


Special Commendation Award for the 2004 Invention of the Year​

Engineers Australia​