Pneumatic gripper CVGC Series
parallelotherfor palletization robots

pneumatic gripper
pneumatic gripper
pneumatic gripper
pneumatic gripper
pneumatic gripper
pneumatic gripper
pneumatic gripper
pneumatic gripper
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Characteristics

Operation
pneumatic
Type
parallel
Number of jaws
other
Application
for palletization robots, palletizing, for small loads, for handling systems, for lifting applications, for wooden sheets, for the food industry
Options
vacuum, compact, multi-grip, lightweight
Grip strength

Max.: 68 kgf

Min.: 1 kgf

Description

With their innovative design, Coval’s CVGC carbon vacuum grippers correspond perfectly to the weight constraints, flexibility and safety of collaborative robot applications. The CVGC series is composed of: . a carbon structure, 2.5 times lighter than aluminum and offering mechanical strength 6 times greater . flexible material on the gripper edges, to protect both gripper and operator . foam gripping interface, for versatile product handling . a plastic “function” block, including vacuum generator, pilot control cartridge, silencer and vacuum switch… … all this, in a very compact and ultralight design, guarantees a fast setup and easy integration on the robot. The three standard formats allow you to choose your CVGC and ensure the handling of your loads: corrugate, plastics, metal/glass plates, etc. Advanages : . Ultra-light and compact, due to their carbon design. . Suitable for collaborative robot applications, heavy-duty robots and special machines. . Fully integrated, allowing for an easy and fast installation. 3 standard formats : 150x150 mm, 240x120 mm, 320x160 mm Vacuum Generator Integrated Foam gripping interface Mounting interface ISO 9409-1 Connector or wire output Weight : 0.8 to 1.3 kg Plug & Play (URCap plugin available for e-Series robots)

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