Why use the vacuum technique?
The vacuum technique has many technical applications.
Suction, suction, negative pressure, negative pressure is a situation when the generated negative pressure is less than atmospheric pressure.
Vacuum technology is most commonly used in manufacturing and industry. Vacuum pumps (ejector or electric) and vacuum blowers are used to create a vacuum. We can distinguish several types of vacuum technique used.
These are: vacuum grippers, vacuum pumps, suction cups.
They increase productivity, relieve the worker, and allow you to move various items of different weight and size. They reduce the risk of material damage. This is a huge help in manual handling tasks.
Grippers are divided into: electric vacuum grippers, combustion vacuum grippers, battery vacuum grippers.
- Vacuum gripper for terrace tiles and stone GECO 200
- GECO 200 curb vacuum gripper
- Vacuum gripper for sheet metal
- Vacuum gripper for glass
- Universal vacuum gripper
- Vacuum gripper for furniture boards
- Vacuum gripper for sandwich panels
- Vacuum gripper for cartons
- Vacuum gripper for tiles
- Manual vacuum gripper
- Vacuum gripper for blocks
- Excavator vacuum gripper
- Vacuum gripper for robotics
They are used during production to move from place to place fragile and breakable objects weighing from a gram to several hundred kilograms, with bulky shapes, with a tight, compact or porous structure, with flat, rounded, angled or even dome-shaped surfaces. They also leave no traces. They reduce production time are precise provide excellent adhesion to wet, oily, slippery surfaces without having to slow down the speed of the production line.
A vacuum pump is a device used to create a vacuum in a closed space.
The most important parameters of vacuum pumps are:
- final pressure
- pumping speed