Latest New Product News from Hennig, Inc.
Steel Belt Chip Conveyors are built for application at hand.Hennig, Inc. Machesney Park, IL 61115
Feb 15, 2013 Manufactured in widths from 4–80 in., 2 ½ in. pitch steel belt can accommodate applications that involve producing/removing chips or moving parts/scrap pieces. Belt hinge is designed as one continuous piece, and incline covers (top hat design) can be included when larger amounts of stringy or balled chips are to be removed from machine. Conveyor can also be used with Chip Disc Filtration (CDF) systems, which filter down to 25 microns.
Mobile Chip Conveyor can be used with 55 gal drums.Hennig, Inc. Machesney Park, IL 61115
Feb 09, 2009 Mobile chip conveyor allows shops with auger chip processing machine tools to use larger chip bins or 55 gal drums instead of small chip cans. Features include variable speed drive and adjustable receiving chip chute that can be positioned for front, side, or rear discharge. Unit operates from 110 V source.
Wiper Lip suits aluminum apron systems.Hennig, Inc. Machesney Park, IL 61115
Aug 19, 2008 Made of polyurethane, CL1 C-System Wiper Lip is suitable for large surface areas such as aprons and sheet metal, where it can compensate for unevenness up to 3 mm. Unit is resistant to coolants and guarantees optimal seal every time. Available in continuous lengths, CL1 is replaceable and fits all C profiles, including 2, 3, 5, and 6.
Guide System is engineered for aluminum apron covers.Hennig, Inc. Machesney Park, IL 61115
Aug 12, 2008 Designed for use of aluminum aprons, non-motorized guide system works in purely mechanical manner. Reversing or winding system allows guiding in 1 or 2 directions, depending on type of apron (Aluflex or GS20). Available space next to or inside machine determines type of apron guide: whether to roll up or reverse, in elliptical or spiral movement, in every orientation. Design accommodates speeds exceeding 328 fpm and acceleration exceeding 1 g while exhibiting minimal wear and tear.
Transport Mechanism moves large telescopic steel covers.Hennig, Inc. Machesney Park, IL 61115
Jul 30, 2008 Designed for speeds from 98-262 fpm, Transport Mechanism for Telescoping Steel Covers eliminates high limit stop forces and corresponding noises in all operational positions, moving smoothly when covers are pulled apart as well as when they come together. Mechanically muffled unit travels on guides for stability. Since mechanism is not positively driven, it does not need to move entire mass. Depending on length of stroke, only boxes moved are those required for clearance.
Test Stand evaluates machine tool covers.Hennig, Inc. Machesney Park, IL 61115
Jun 30, 2008 Designed to test telescopic machine tool covers, High-Speed Test Stand includes computerized controls that allow combinations of strokes, speeds, and acceleration/deceleration rates to simulate high speed machining centers. Speed is variable up to 1,312 ft/min, and acceleration can be adjusted to 4 G. Accelerated masses with forces up to 1,304 ft-lb can be tested.
Filtration System features permanent-media design.Hennig, Inc. Machesney Park, IL 61115
Feb 08, 2006 Self-cleaning Cast-Iron CDF Filtration System eliminates cast-iron chips and fines as small as 25 microns from recirculating coolant without need for disposable filter media. System is available with capacities ranging from 10-300 gpm in wide range of sizes to meet needs of single-machines or cells in cast-iron machining operations.
Filtration System is suited for machine tool industry.Hennig, Inc. Machesney Park, IL 61115
Sep 12, 2003 Utilizing disc filter technology, CDF Chip Disc Filtration System provides continuous, self-cleaning operation with flow rates to 1,100+ gpm. It employs backwash nozzles that continuously spray filtered coolant against stainless steel media. Low profile system utilizes 2-stage filtration (3-stage optional) and filters water-soluble and oil coolants. Design provides direct flow path into coolant tank reservoir.
Lift Table Safety Enclosures help prevent personal injury.Hennig, Inc. Machesney Park, IL 61115
Jul 23, 2003 Custom-made from Vinyl Coated Polyester, accordion-style safety enclosures provide physical barrier to protect lifting mechanism from contaminants and extend life of unit. Products are available for Lift, Tilt, and Lift and Tilt tables in 1-, 2-, 3-, and 4-sided enclosures. Its 3 in. wide material is welded together at each corner before sewing for 90° corners and uniformity. Rods are inserted into pockets every second convolution for strength.
Linear-Rail Bellows are thermally sealed.Hennig, Inc. Machesney Park, IL 61115
May 31, 2002 Thermally Sealed Linear Rail Bellows offer liquid and dust proof materials and profiled PVC stiffeners in every fold. They install with snap on fit and Velcro fasteners. Thermally Sealed & Stitched Bellows offer seamless design for both liquid and particle protection. PVC frame is permanently attached into each fold. Stitched Style Bellow comes in round and rectangular form. Armadillo Bellows are offered with stainless steel clad plates.
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Hennig Opens New Facility for Power Generator Enclosure Systems
Oct 25, 2010
Hennig, Inc. Appoints Regional Sales Engineer in Canada
Oct 25, 2010
Engineered Concepts Joins Sales Team
Oct 25, 2010
Hennig, Inc. Appoints New Sales Representative
Aug 26, 2010
Hennig Announces New Website Configurator for Power GEN Enclosure Builds
Dec 30, 2009
Enclosures Protecting Standby Power Generating Stations at Michigan Milk Producers Association
Oct 10, 2008
Hennig Releases Product Brochures on CD
Jun 24, 2008
New Chip Solutions Literature
May 07, 2008
Hennig, Inc., Machesney Park, IL Announces Their New Product Line Overview Brochure
Nov 26, 2007
Hennig Opens New Facility for Enclosure Manufacturing
Sep 18, 2007
Hennig Division Offers Power System Enclosures, Fuel Tanks
Sep 08, 2006
Hennig at IMTS, Featuring the New Hennig Cast Iron CDF Filter!
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