Pneumatic gripper CGPL series
parallelhandlingfor assembly

pneumatic gripper
pneumatic gripper
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Characteristics

Operation
pneumatic
Type
parallel
Application
handling, for assembly
Options
compact, double-acting, self-centering, lightweight, long-stroke, flexible
Grip strength

19 N, 48 N, 90 N, 141 N

Stroke

Max.: 80 mm
(3.15 in)

Min.: 8 mm
(0.315 in)

Description

The long-stroke Series CGPL parallel gripper is a flexible and efficient solution for applications with restricted space. The integrated ball bearing guide and compact, lightweight design allow fast and precise handling of components, even in high-duty cycle situations. With its flat construction, this parallel gripper can withstand high loads and rapid acceleration, making it an ideal solution for assembly and industrial robotics. Type of construction - Self-centering parallel gripper Bores - 8, 12, 16, 20 Air connections - M3 (8) M5 (12, 16, 20) Working pressure - 1,5 ÷ 7 bar (8) 1 ÷ 7 bar (12, 16, 20) Working temperature - 5°C ÷ 60°C (standard) Store temperature - 5°C ÷ 90°C Maximum use frequency - 2Hz (short stroke), 2Hz (medium stroke), 1Hz (long stroke) Repeatibility - 0,05 mm This is the value when the fingers do not grip unbalanced loads. In case of an unbalanced load, the maximum value is 0.15 mm due to the effect of the rack and pinion play. Interchangeability - 0,1 mm Medium - Filtered air in class [7:4:4] according to ISO 8573-1. In case lubricated air is used, we recommend ISOVG32 oil and to never interrupt lubrication. Compatibility - ROHS Directive

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SPS Italia 2024

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