Product News: Mounting & Attaching Products
Interactive Driveshaft Support minimizes downtime.
Press Release Summary:
November 28, 2012 - Designed to eliminate most driveshaft handling during maintenance and changeover, Interactive Driveshaft Support holds shaft where it gets uncoupled with no need for locks, brakes, or ratchets. Unit comes with optional air motor actuated assembly that further reduces downtime. Reversible air motor is operated by variable lever-controlled valve. Both models incorporate mechanical safety switch that detects whether or not hook has returned to home or full up position.
Original Press Release
GFG's New Interactive Driveshaft Support Reduces Downtime. Saves Labor Costs
Press release date: November 27, 2012
Sussex, Wisconsin. GFG, a world-leading coil coating equipment manufacturer, recently introduced their Interactive Driveshaft Support device, designed to reduce operator downtime by eliminating much of the driveshaft handling during maintenance and changeover.
The user-friendly Interactive Driveshaft Support is extremely simple to work, and needs no locks, brakes, or ratchets. The device holds the shaft right where it gets uncoupled, so a minimal amount of work is required to complete maintenance or changeover.
GFG’s Interactive Driveshaft Support also comes with an optional air motor actuated assembly that further reduces downtime and enhances ease of operation. The efficient reversible air motor is operated by a variable lever-controlled valve. It's also retrofittable to most any machine and can be easily designed to suit the size and style of unique drive areas including coating rooms. Both models incorporate a mechanical safety switch that detects whether or not the hook has returned to its home or full up position.
For more information on the cost saving device, go to GFG’s website at www-gfg-peabody.com.
GFG has been a leading innovator and manufacturer of coil coating equipment and coil processing lines since 1969. GFG designs and manufactures their GFG Roll Coaters, Peabody Electrostatic Oilers and Coil Processing Lines just outside of Milwaukee at their Sussex, Wisconsin facilities. They distribute their equipment worldwide to over 40 countries.
For more information on GFG, contact Robb Williams at (262) 691-0400 ext. 203.
Or visit their website at www.gfg-peabody.com .