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December 18, 2023
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Three ejectors as well as three vacuum sensors are being introduced.Image courtesy of Piab
Piab acquired AVAC in August of last year, adding innovative products for sealed applications to their automation components business. After months of preparation, a selection of AVAC's product assortment, including some of the company’s bestsellers, is now available under the Piab brand.
The new sub-range includes the Multi-Functional Ejector (MFE), a compact, stackable design with integrated controls such as on/off valve, blow-off, vacuum safety valve, and energy-saving function. Ideal for dust-intensive processes and sealed applications, the MFE is configurable and can be customized to fit most needs.
Another AVAC product now available is the Booster-Release Ejector (BRE), designed for ultra-high-speed pick and place applications. With the right designated robot, the BRE can generate several lifts per second, handling high-speed sorting and high-volume processes within any industrial sector.
The third addition is the Multi-Circuit Ejector (MCE), an air-driven single-stage ejector with multiple independent vacuum circuits. It is ideal for applications such as in-and-out feeds of metal forming machines, and ensures that vacuum is securely maintained in all channels regardless of the number of cups in direct contact with the lifted object.
In addition to the new pumps, three new vacuum sensors will be introduced:
F08-K, a compact vacuum switch with IO-Link interface
F09-T-K, a compact analog vacuum sensor designed for cramped spaces
PICO-02, suitable for both centralized and decentralized vacuum ejectors, featuring IO-Link interface and digital display
All of the above ejectors and sensors are now accessible at Piab.
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