Designed to work in any orientation, even upside down, Piab’s new piSAVE Sense flow control/check valve for suction cups optimizes the compressed air usage when there is a variation in the number, weight or size of objects to be lifted--reducing the need to use vacuum pump capacity but maintaining vacuum levels.
Piab's suction cup uses advanced vacuum technology to improve the operational flexibility, speed and energy efficiency of robotic arms, rotary cartoners, labelling machines, carton erectors, and more. See it at Booth #N-4620.
Packaging Systems Automation offers its labor-saving solutions (including counting, stacking, collating, feeding into wrappers, cartoners, and vf/f/s machines) with a reciprocating placer that operates at speeds to 60/min.
PIAB, manufacturer of industrial vacuum conveyors and components, has recently expanded its line of conveying systems that the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) approves to handle dairy and food grain products.
Piab offers its new IC Series of vacuum conveyors, featuring the company’s patented COAX® multistage ejector technology. Said to consume less energy than other compressed-air driven technology, these conveyors are suitable for transporting flakes, pellets, and powders in a variety of applications including packaging.
Piab introduces the resilient LC30 level compensator, a device that allows for extremely flexible material handling with suction cups. Designed to adjust level differences in lifting devices that are fitted with several suction cups, the LC30 decreases demand for exact vertical positioning.
Now available from Piab is the P3010 multi-stage ejector vacuum pump, featuring the company's patented COAX compressed-air technology. Ideal for a variety of packaging applications, the P3010 features a compressed air-driven vacuum pump with push-in function modules for added flexibility. Pump module attaches to a mounting rail that can handle as many as 4 pumps, without tools.
Now available from Piab is the P3010 multi-stage ejector vacuum pump, featuring the company’s patented COAX compressed-air technology. Ideal for a variety of packaging applications, the P3010 features a compressed air-driven vacuum pump with push-in function modules for added flexibility.
Piab has released its VGS™ 3010 integrated vacuum gripper system featuring the company’s Duraflex suction cups and Coax™ ejector technology. Said to increase efficiency when handling material in decentralized vacuum systems.
Piab Vacuum introduces the C-Series of vacuum conveyors designed for packaging applications in the pharmaceutical, food, and dairy industries. Featuring Piab’s pneumatically driven vacuum pumps, units can transport up to 10 to 15 tons/hour of powders and granules.
Designed for high-flow applications that need only moderate vacuum, pneumatic vacuum pumps in the Low Pressure M Series from Piab (Rockland, MA) deliver up to 27” Hg of vacuum at 50-psi inlet pressure.
Piab’s (Rockland, MA) P3010 Series of vacuum pumps features new Coax™ technology. This design is said to expand the compressed air in several states in a straight-through manner, allowing for greater amounts of vacuum flow (up to 3 scfm) while consuming less compressed air (only 1 scfm).
Piab Vacuum Products (Rockland, MA) offers a reference poster to help customers in selecting suction cups. The 25 1/2”x42” poster displays the company’s complete range of suction cups, and it provides a step-by-step guide for selecting the correct suction cup for an application.
PIAB Vacuum (Rockland, MA) has designed a series of multiconnection fittings for its line of suction cups between ¾” to 2” dia. Thread connection of the fitting for suction cup dia of ¾” to 1 ¼” is 10-32 and for dias from 1 ½” to 2” it’s 1/8” NPT.
PIAB Vacuum Products (Rockland, MA) has released its new 124-page Vacuum Products catalog. The color catalog presents PIAB's com-plete line of vacuum products, including compressed-air-driven multi-ejector vacuum pumps.
PIAB Vacuum Products (Rockland, MA) is offering 4 new suction cups made of thermoplastic PU. The cups are designed to handle smooth objects requiring a clean surface and can withstand oils, alcohol, gasoline and dilute acids.
PIAB Vacuum Products (Rockland, MA) introduces an improved series of pneumatically driven vacuum pumps. The MLD line includes three pumps that provide vacuum levels down to 27" Hg and flow rates up to 31 SCFM.
Designed for use in high-flow applications that call for moderate vacuum levels, the low-pressure M Series of pneumatically driven pumps from PIAB (Rockland, MA) provide up to 27" Hg vacuum at an inlet pressure of 49 psi.
PIAB's (Rockland, MA) new CD-ROM presents the company's complete range of vacuum products, highlighting its conveyors. Said to be ideal for food handling, pharmaceutical and chemical applications, the stainless-steel conveyors transport up to 10 tons/hr safely and quietly.
PIAB (Rockland, MA) offers a 60-page reference guide to industrial vacuums. The 5" x 7" handbook includes a section on designing efficient vacuum systems, as well as descriptions of products used in vacuum applications, a guide to industry terminology and a glossary.
An 80-page catalog from PIAB (Rockland, MA) describes the complete range of compressed-air-driven, multi-ejector PIAB Vacuum Pumps. The catalog helps the reader select the proper model and size of vacuum pump based on specific application criteria.
The MiniSystem Series of vacuum pumps from PIAB (Rockland, MA) is now available for applications where multiple vacuum systems are required. The pump has four channels for compression, exhaust and two for vacuum.
High-efficiency, multi-characteristic vacuum pumps and new suction cups from PIAB (Rockland, MA) were designed for a wide range of applications, including industrial, commercial, or scientific use in normal or sanitary environments.
PIAB (Hingham, MA) released a new brochure highlighting the company's line of vacuum pumps. PIAB vacuum systems are designed to perform most packaging procedures, including erecting, loading, opening, inserting, labeling, palletizing, forming and vacuum conveying.