Suction Cups handle delicate parts without damage.

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Miniature Vacuum Suction Cups, for end-of-arm tooling (EOAT) in robotic and automation systems, feature flat and single- or multiple-bellow styles molded from non-marking silicone, anti-static compounds, NBR, nitrile, neoprene, vinyl, and urethane. Developed for handling delicate parts, they come in sizes from 2 mm dia. and up. Units are suitable for use with push-in, flanged, and barbed fittings, and can be formulated to meet specific requirements.



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Miniature Suction Cups Handle Delicate Parts Without Damage


A full line of miniature vacuum suction cups for end-of-arm tooling (EOAT) in robotic and automation systems where gentle attach and release is critical is available from Anver Corporation of Hudson, Massachusetts.

Anver EOAT Vacuum Suction Cups feature flat and single- or multiple bellow styles molded from a wide range of materials including non-marking silicone, anti-static compounds, NBR, nitrile, neoprene, natural gum rubber, vinyl, and urethane. Developed for handling delicate parts without damage, they are available in over 40 standard versions in sizes from 2 mm dia. up.

Suitable for use with push-in, flanged, and barbed fittings, Anver EOAT Vacuum Suction Cups can be formulated to meet specific vacuum manipulation requirements. For example, the non-marking silicone cups are molded from a clear, translucent FDA-approved compound that contains no dyes that can leach out at high (600°F) temperatures.

Anver EOAT Vacuum Suction Cups are priced from $0.80 ea., depending upon material, size, and quantity. Free samples, price quotations, and literature are available upon request.

For more information contact:

Anver Corporation

Mark Laycox, Group Manager

36 Parmenter Rd.

Hudson, MA 01749

(800) 654-3500

FAX (978) 568-1570

e-mail: anver@anver.com

www.anver.com

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