Grippers provide high grip force to weight ratio.
Press Release Summary:
GRS Grippers, available in 5 sizes with 2 jaw travels per size, have hardened jaws and hardcoated bearing surfaces. Internal jaw seals resist contaminants. Tooling alignment is achieved through use of dowel pin holes in jaws and body of gripper. GRS grippers feature angled cam drive and parallel jaw motion. They are double acting for use in both internal and external gripping applications.
Original Press Release:
New Series GRS Grippers Ideal for Limited Space Applications and Provide Exceptional Grip Force
PHD has recently released the NEW Series GRS Gripper, which features an angled cam drive that provides the highest grip force to weight ratio in its class. The gripper's parallel jaw motion simplifies jaw tooling and is ideal for gripping parts of varying size. Also, the unit's low profile design makes it ideal
for limited space applications.
The Series GRS Gripper is available in five sizes with two jaw travels available per size, which provide superb adaptability to meet a variety of applications. To ensure longevity of service life, each unit is designed with rugged jaw support, hardened jaws and hardcoated bearing surfaces. The Series GRS Gripper is also designed with internal jaw seals to resist contaminants. Accurate tooling alignment is achieved through the use of dowel pin holes in the jaws and body of the gripper. The Series GRS
Gripper is double acting for use in both internal and external gripping applications providing versatility.
Optional mounting threads, dowel pin holes and port positions provide added application flexibility to the Series GRS Gripper. Jaw position and simple interfacing with electronic system controls can be monitored through optional 4 mm and 8 mm round inductive proximity switches as well as PHD's Series 6790 Solid State and Reed switches.