Problem: Design a remote operated pneumatic system to control the intensity of flames at a CFA fire simulator site for training.
We created and provided a Fire Control Bench simulator for the training of fire fighter crews extinguishing fires. An operator sat in a control tower and directed supervisors to assist in the training of new recruits.
Problem: Customer had an old manual filling system for filling 20litre and 200litre drums - low volume petroleum products.
Due to an increase in production they engaged a company to automate the filling and weighing of the process. We supplied a number control boxes to automate the process valving.
Introducing the newly developed oval vacuum cups series.
The vacuum cups are characterised by a very long cycle life, which has also been successfully demonstrated against vacuum cups of competitors in practical operation. The long service life is enabled by means of a new high wear- and oil-resistant NBR material and a special vacuum suction cup construction which minimises the load on the vacuum cup during handling.
Flexible and service friendly
The pneumatically operated, single-acting ID grippers from FIPA GmbH have already established themselves as the alternative for workpieces with holes or cut-outs or for when vacuum cups or grippers aren’t just right for handling goods. FIPA has completely overhauled its portfolio and now offers users maximum flexibility with minimal set-up time.
The small ID grippers are now equipped with food-safe gripper heads made of polyamide (PA) and are suitable for light and small parts with openings measuring 3 to 10 millimeters in size. If necessary, the gripper heads can be easily exchanged in a non-destructive manner.Read more...
I wish to thank PSI Fluid Power for providing Gainsborough with such good service over the past 11 years, your prompt response in supplying urgent parts and technical support is appreciated.
Not only do you have an excellent knowledge of the products that you supply, but you are always willing to assist with fault finding and offering suggestions on ways to improve our equipment.
Also a big thank you for obtaining the odd part that is not in your product range.
John Furmedge - Projects Engineeer
GWA Door & Access Systems