Vacuum Cup Assemblies promote automation efficiency.

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Suited for high cycle pick-and-place applications, Push-In Valve Vacuum Cup Assemblies feature Delrin® probes that protrude from center and open up vacuum flow when they come in contact with object. Otherwise, assemblies remain normally-closed to prevent air loss. Products allow objects to be selectively picked-up and are available with flat suction cups in 10 sizes from 1.26-5.98 in. OD.



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Vacuum Cup Assemblies Improve Automation Equipment Efficiency



A line of vacuum suction cup assemblies that are only activated when they touch an object and remain normally-closed to prevent air loss if nothing is present is available from Anver Corporation of Hudson, Massachusetts.

Anver Push-In Valve Vacuum Cup Assemblies feature Delrin® probes that protrude slightly from the center and touch an object first to open the vacuum flow; providing instant attach and release. Designed for high cycle pick-and-place applications, they improve automation equipment efficiency by preventing air loss when there is nothing under the suction cup.

Allowing objects to be selectively picked up, Anver Push-In Valve Vacuum Cup Assemblies reduce air consumption in equipment where a large bank of suction cups are connected to a single manifold. Flat suction cups with these valve assemblies are offered in 10 sizes from 1.26" (30mm) to 5.98" (150 mm) O.D. and come in a variety of materials.

Anver Push-In Valve Vacuum Cup Assemblies are priced from $ 15.95 each, depending upon size and quantity. Literature, samples, and pricing 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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