1. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The lifter is designed for semi-automatic operation. The entire system consists of slide-type pillar jib
crane, cylinder hoist device, vacuum gripping device, and pneumatic rotation device, to achieve
gripping, lifting, moving and placing materials to specific location by a serial of process setting, driven
by compressed air.
2. PRODUCT CHARATERISTICS
|1400mm (L) * 1000mm (W) * 1000mm (H)
|135kg (not including hoist cylinder)
|Pneumatic Components Integration
|Round sucker; NBR material; oil & abrasion resistance; suction 250kgf; location adjustable; with buffer spring for height compensation
|No. & Size of Cups
|8 pads; 250mm diameter
|L type; steel material; ergonomic design
|Min. Glass Size
|1000mm (L) x 1000mm (W)
|Safety Loading Weight
|Glass, marble, plastic boards, metal sheets, coated boards and other plates.
|Gripping, lifting and handling in the glass production and processing line, and glass packaging.
|Hanged on the pillar jib crane or frame crane or bridge crane; compressor power supply
|Within 20 days after receiving the payments
|500 sets per month
|OEM / ODM accepted
3. PRODUCT TECHNIQUE
|Safety Loading Weight
|Factor of Safety
|Standard Working Power
|< 60 Db
|Vacuum Holding time
|More than 30 minutes after power loss
|Suction cups in vacuum state
|100mm diameter; 1200mm distance; universal connection; 3 position 5 way valve make cylinder stay at any height with no drop, even if power loss
|Turn up to 90 degree driven by cylinder
|Vacuum non-return system and vacuum compensation system
|when vacuum reaches to the specified pressure, it automatically closes the compressed air supply, to achieve energy saving; when vacuum pressure is insufficient, it automatically restore compressed air supply, to achieve vacuum compensation.
|Color-different buttons control on the same panel
4. SAFETY INSTRUCTION
|Factor of safety
|According to the European CE safety requirements for lifting equipment, and safety regulations on the German accident prevention regulations UVV 18 and VBG 9a, the best safety factor for vacuum lifter is 2.5. For example, each sucker 250mm dia., with suction CZPT to 250kgf, divided by the safety factor 2.5, can load 100kg. If the lifter uses 4 suction cups, the total suction is 100*4=400kg, greater than approved glass 250kg. When the glass is handled and transported vertically, it should be multiplied by the coefficient of friction 0.8 (between rubber and glass), 400kg*0.8=320kg, still greater than the approved glass 250kg.
|Safety Protection Instruction
|Once glass sucked, the system is under airtight state. The only entrance for air is backflow from vacuum generator to destroy system’s vacuum state. Therefore, the lifter is equipped with the safety non-return valve, for which air can only be extracted from inner system, with no return, and through which it can ensure sufficient vacuum to keep absorption time when power loss.
|Vacuum Compensation Protection
|Not worried about air leakage and insufficient vacuum, because the lifter is equipped with pressure sensor and vacuum compensation system. When vacuum is not enough, the system automatically senses and resumes operation to keep sufficient vacuum.
Q1: Are you a trading company or a manufactory?
A1: We are a manufactory, we supply the factory price with good quality, welcome to visit !
Q2: Why choosing CZPT ?
A2: Founder of the company engaged in machinery manufacturing industry almost 20 years of experience, professional production and export of high-quality glass processing machinery, industrial automation machinery, etc. , exported to all parts of the world, we have been committed to doing a good job of products, service every customer.
Q3: Machine warranty specifications ?
A3: We will provide lifelong maintenance service in the use of machinery, we will solve
problems for customers free of charge, eliminate all the troubles of customers. For
machines beyond the warranty period, we will always provide follow-up services and
provide wearing parts for free, but we do not provide freight, local customs clearance fees
and related costs.
Q4: This is the first time I buy glass machine, is it easy to operate?
A4: We can provide the operation manual or video for guiding. If it is hard for you learning, We can help you by “Team viewer” online, with telephone or WhatsApp explain. And We will send our engineers to your factory to install the machines and train your staff how to operate the machines.
Q5: How to choose a suitable machine ?
A5: You can tell us working piece material, size, and the request of machine function. We can recommend the most suitable machine according to our experience.
Q6: How can I trust your company and your products ?
A6: The whole production procedure will be under regular inspection and strict quality
control. The complete machine will be tested to make sure they can work very well
before being out of factory. The testing video and pictures will be available before
Q7: If machine have any problem after I ordered it, what could I do ?
A7: Free parts send to you in machine warranty period if machine have any problem. Free after-sales service life for machine, please feel free contact us if your machine have any problem. We will give you 24hours service from telphone and WhatsApp.
Q8: How about the spare parts?
A8: After we deal down all the things , we will offer you a spare parts list for your reference
Screws and Screw Shafts
A screw is a mechanical device that holds objects together. Screws are usually forged or machined. They are also used in screw jacks and press-fitted vises. Their self-locking properties make them a popular choice in many different industries. Here are some of the benefits of screws and how they work. Also read about their self-locking properties. The following information will help you choose the right screw for your application.
Machined screw shaft
A machined screw shaft can be made of various materials, depending on the application. Screw shafts can be made from stainless steel, brass, bronze, titanium, or iron. Most manufacturers use high-precision CNC machines or lathes to manufacture these products. These products come in many sizes and shapes, and they have varying applications. Different materials are used for different sizes and shapes. Here are some examples of what you can use these screws for:
Screws are widely used in many applications. One of the most common uses is in holding objects together. This type of fastener is used in screw jacks, vises, and screw presses. The thread pitch of a screw can vary. Generally, a smaller pitch results in greater mechanical advantage. Hence, a machined screw shaft should be sized appropriately. This ensures that your product will last for a long time.
A machined screw shaft should be compatible with various threading systems. In general, the ASME system is used for threaded parts. The threaded hole occupies most of the shaft. The thread of the bolt occupy either part of the shaft, or the entire one. There are also alternatives to bolts, including riveting, rolling pins, and pinned shafts. These alternatives are not widely used today, but they are useful for certain niche applications.
If you are using a ball screw, you can choose to anneal the screw shaft. To anneal the screw shaft, use a water-soaked rag as a heat barrier. You can choose from 2 different options, depending on your application. One option is to cover the screw shaft with a dust-proof enclosure. Alternatively, you can install a protective heat barrier over the screw shaft. You can also choose to cover the screw shaft with a dust-proof machine.
If you need a smaller size, you can choose a smaller screw. It may be smaller than a quarter of an inch, but it may still be compatible with another part. The smaller ones, however, will often have a corresponding mating part. These parts are typically denominated by their ANSI numerical size designation, which does not indicate threads-per-inch. There is an industry standard for screw sizes that is a little easier to understand.
Ball screw nut
When choosing a Ball screw nut for a screw shaft, it is important to consider the critical speed of the machine. This value excites the natural frequency of a screw and determines how fast it can be turned. In other words, it varies with the screw diameter and unsupported length. It also depends on the screw shaft’s diameter and end fixity. Depending on the application, the nut can be run at a maximum speed of about 80% of its theoretical critical speed.
The inner return of a ball nut is a cross-over deflector that forces the balls to climb over the crest of the screw. In 1 revolution of the screw, a ball will cross over the nut crest to return to the screw. Similarly, the outer circuit is a circular shape. Both flanges have 1 contact point on the ball shaft, and the nut is connected to the screw shaft by a screw.
The accuracy of ball screws depends on several factors, including the manufacturing precision of the ball grooves, the compactness of the assembly, and the set-up precision of the nut. Depending on the application, the lead accuracy of a ball screw nut may vary significantly. To improve lead accuracy, preloading, and lubrication are important. Ewellix ball screw assembly specialists can help you determine the best option for your application.
A ball screw nut should be preloaded prior to installation in order to achieve the expected service life. The smallest amount of preload required can reduce a ball screw’s calculated life by as much as 90 percent. Using a lubricant of a standard grade is recommended. Some lubricants contain additives. Using grease or oil in place of oil can prolong the life of the screw.
A ball screw nut is a type of threaded nut that is used in a number of different applications. It works similar to a ball bearing in that it contains hardened steel balls that move along a series of inclined races. When choosing a ball screw nut, engineers should consider the following factors: speed, life span, mounting, and lubrication. In addition, there are other considerations, such as the environment in which the screw is used.
Self-locking property of screw shaft
A self-locking screw is 1 that is capable of rotating without the use of a lock washer or bolt. This property is dependent on a number of factors, but 1 of them is the pitch angle of the thread. A screw with a small pitch angle is less likely to self-lock, while a large pitch angle is more likely to spontaneously rotate. The limiting angle of a self-locking thread can be calculated by calculating the torque Mkdw at which the screw is first released.
The pitch angle of the screw’s threads and its coefficient of friction determine the self-locking function of the screw. Other factors that affect its self-locking function include environmental conditions, high or low temperature, and vibration. Self-locking screws are often used in single-line applications and are limited by the size of their pitch. Therefore, the self-locking property of the screw shaft depends on the specific application.
The self-locking feature of a screw is an important factor. If a screw is not in a state of motion, it can be a dangerous or unusable machine. The self-locking property of a screw is critical in many applications, from corkscrews to threaded pipe joints. Screws are also used as power linkages, although their use is rarely necessary for high-power operations. In the archimedes’ screw, for example, the blades of the screw rotate around an axis. A screw conveyor uses a rotating helical chamber to move materials. A micrometer uses a precision-calibrated screw to measure length.
Self-locking screws are commonly used in lead screw technology. Their pitch and coefficient of friction are important factors in determining the self-locking property of screws. This property is advantageous in many applications because it eliminates the need for a costly brake. Its self-locking property means that the screw will be secure without requiring a special kind of force or torque. There are many other factors that contribute to the self-locking property of a screw, but this is the most common factor.
Screws with right-hand threads have threads that angle up to the right. The opposite is true for left-hand screws. While turning a screw counter-clockwise will loosen it, a right-handed person will use a right-handed thumb-up to turn it. Similarly, a left-handed person will use their thumb to turn a screw counter-clockwise. And vice versa.
Materials used to manufacture screw shaft
Many materials are commonly used to manufacture screw shafts. The most common are steel, stainless steel, brass, bronze, and titanium. These materials have advantages and disadvantages that make them good candidates for screw production. Some screw types are also made of copper to fight corrosion and ensure durability over time. Other materials include nylon, Teflon, and aluminum. Brass screws are lightweight and have aesthetic appeal. The choice of material for a screw shaft depends on the use it will be made for.
Shafts are typically produced using 3 steps. Screws are manufactured from large coils, wire, or round bar stock. After these are produced, the blanks are cut to the appropriate length and cold headed. This cold working process pressudes features into the screw head. More complicated screw shapes may require 2 heading processes to achieve the desired shape. The process is very precise and accurate, so it is an ideal choice for screw manufacturing.
The type of material used to manufacture a screw shaft is crucial for the function it will serve. The type of material chosen will depend on where the screw is being used. If the screw is for an indoor project, you can opt for a cheaper, low-tech screw. But if the screw is for an outdoor project, you’ll need to use a specific type of screw. This is because outdoor screws will be exposed to humidity and temperature changes. Some screws may even be coated with a protective coating to protect them from the elements.
Screws can also be self-threading and self-tapping. The self-threading or self-tapping screw creates a complementary helix within the material. Other screws are made with a thread which cuts into the material it fastens. Other types of screws create a helical groove on softer material to provide compression. The most common uses of a screw include holding 2 components together.
There are many types of bolts available. Some are more expensive than others, but they are generally more resistant to corrosion. They can also be made from stainless steel or aluminum. But they require high-strength materials. If you’re wondering what screws are, consider this article. There are tons of options available for screw shaft manufacturing. You’ll be surprised how versatile they can be! The choice is yours, and you can be confident that you’ll find the screw shaft that will best fit your application.