PIAB piINLINE inline vacuum ejectors

Friday, 29 October, 2010 | Supplied by: Pneumatic Products

PIAB piINLINE is a range of inline vacuum ejectors based on COAX technology. They are suitable for handling components in the electronics industry. A major benefit is that the ejectors work at low feed pressure.

Production stops are a common problem in the electronics industry because it is difficult to maintain feed pressure at 0.4-0.6 MPa, which is the required level for conventional inline ejectors.

The smallest model, the Micro, is claimed to use on average 50% less energy than comparable products. Sound levels are also lower, which creates a better working environment.

The device comes in three sizes: Midi, Mini and Micro. Each size is available with a choice of three options to enable optimised performance and capacity for the specific application. The Xi option provides best vacuum flow and efficiency at deep vacuum levels, and final vacuum level at approximately 95%. This option is best for smooth materials such as glass and plastic and is especially useful in the metal and plastics industries where components are difficult to pick up.

The Si option provides large flows at low and medium vacuum levels. It is recommended for applications where leakage is a significant factor, such as in the packaging industry, and where ejectors are required with large flows to enable reliable gripping, lifting and moving. The Pi option (or Bi in smallest models) supports a low feed pressure of 0.18-0.3 MPa and is suitable for factories in industries with relatively low or fluctuating air pressure.

Online: www.pneumatics.com.au
Phone: 02 9674 5200
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