Reduces air consumption by 90% when compared to continuously operating systems
Hingham, MA-PIAB, a global leader in industrial vacuum technology, introduces Automatic Vacuum Management (AVM(TM)) as an integrated control option for highly automated systems. This revolutionary new control option reduces air consumption by up to 90%, when compared to continuously operating systems. The AVM(TM)'s high capacity blow-off function makes it ideal for handling non-porous parts, such as glass and sheet metal, and is therefore ideal for a variety of robotic and automotive applications.
Featuring a vacuum sensing capability, the AVM instantly shuts off air consumption when the set vacuum level is reached. When the vacuum is released after a completed work cycle, the cycle time is reduced due to the fact that the pressure is quickly balanced by a high capacity blow-off function.
PIAB's AVM is offered as a complete package, including valves and vacuum switches. The AVM can be connected to PIAB's new P6010 vacuum pump without further controls or monitoring equipment, reducing system design time for manufacturers. Based upon the company's patented COAXÂ® multi-stage ejector technology, PIAB's P6010 vacuum pump provides up to 40% more flow than conventional vacuum pumps.
PIAB Vacuum Products is a leader in developing innovative vacuum technology for use in automated material handling and factory automation processes. PIAB provides innovative solutions designed to help improve productivity and efficiency in manufacturing processes around the world. PIAB is the inventor of COAXÂ®, a patented technology which integrates the internal components of a multi-stage vacuum pump into a vacuum cartridge, resulting in a smaller, more efficient, more reliable and highly flexible technology that allows users to design a modular system.
For more information about PIAB's complete line of vacuum products, contact PIAB USA, Inc., 65 Sharp Street, Hingham, MA 02043, or call 1-800-321-7422; visit www.piab.com.
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