A NEMA 4 Cabinet Cooler® System is available with a thermostat control or in a continuous operation system. EXAIR’s Sanitary Flange Line Vac is the best way to convey materials in systems which require frequent or mandatory cleaning. The Sanitary Flange Line Vac fits within your current sanitary flange piping system and converts it into a conveyor for waste, parts, and bulk materials. EXAIR’s compressed air operated Line Vac connects to standard hose or tube to create a powerful in-line conveyor. The compact design features large throat diameters for maximum throughput capability.
It is ideal for use on machines with sumps, parts washers, tanks and storage containers of contaminated liquids. EXAIR’s Side Mount Kits make mounting on the side of an electrical enclosure possible when there is limited space on the top or side. (NEMA 4 and 4X Cabinet Cooler Systems must be mounted vertically.) The Side Mount Kits maintain the NEMA rating of large and small NEMA Type 12, 4 and 4X enclosures. Side Mount Kits for NEMA 12 Cabinet Cooler Systems have an aluminum construction. Those for NEMA 4 and 4X Cabinet Cooler Systems are Type 303 or Type 316 stainless steel.
The lifters handle load in the vertical or horizontal orientation, with ease. Check out our videos below to see the Vaculex VL. A strong and robustly designed vacuum lifter that can move even the bulkiest of loads for you. The Vaculex VL Vacuum Tube Lifter is a classic design typically suited to loads between kg. The modular design makes it easily adapted to specific applications and is our most successful, general purpose vacuum lifter. ACIMEX has been working for 50 years in the service of the very large scale civil engineering and construction industries (Bouygues, Vinci, etc.).
In printing shops, vacuum is used to transport individual sheets of paper. They are drawn into the printing machine by vacuum, where they are fed through the individual printing stations by rollers by vacuum before being stacked again after printing. The paper is also fed through all the subsequent processing machines by vacuum.
This seal is safety critical and should be inspected at intervals determined by a suitable risk assessment procedure. Have you already been using one of these machines on your job sites? Leave a comment below with your questions or your experience with using one of these machines. With no clamps or forks in the way, these vacuum lifts will make it easier to drop and pick up a product in order to get it into the perfect position. Whether you are placing steps or placing large pieces of flagstone and getting the right cut, these vacuum lift systems are going to make your quality of work stand out further from the rest.
A vacuum lifter is a safe and reliable tool commonly used in manufacturing and mechanical processing, warehouses and distribution terminals. It is also available for explosion proof facilities as well as stainless steel models, which are ideal for industries with high sanitary requirements, such as the food and pharmaceutical industry. This image shows NASA’s Juno spacecraft in the large thermal vacuum chamber located at Lockheed Martin in Denver, Colo. A technician is attaching the lifting equipment in preparations for hosting the 3,500-pound spacecraft out of the chamber. Prominent in the photo is one of three large, black, square solar array simulators, which reproduced the thermal properties of Juno’s large solar arrays.
The Model 7905 Digital Static Meter allows easy one-hand static measurements. In most cases, the highest voltage reading will indicate the source of the static problem. Sensitive and responsive, it indicates the surface voltage and polarity on objects up to ±20 kV when measured one inch away.
Care should be taken to ensure that the materials lifted are those for which the attachment was designed. Particular care should be taken when handling porous materials, which may impair the lifting capacity of the attachment. Thin sheets of flexible material require careful positioning to avoid peeling away from the pad due to excessive overhang. Sliding of inclined sheets across the pads can also occur and unless the attachment is specially designed for the purpose, inclined loads should not be lifted.