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Vuototecnica News - Issue 10 - October 2013
Your Vacuum Solution Catalogue
OCTOPUS AND SAFE HANDLING OF MARBLE KITCHEN TOPS

When handling marble and granite kitchen tops it is important to proceed safely to avoid damaging the surfaces.
In the video, it is possible to see with your very own eyes, the effectiveness of the Vuototecnica Octopus vacuum gripping system, presented in the SO1520XM5 version, mounted to the wrist of an anthropomorphic robot. More...
VERTICAL GLASS SHEETS: GRIPPING, SEPARATION AND LIFTING IN TOTAL SAFETY

The glass industry encompasses a variety of processes and designs. The fragility of products and the necessary perfection of each piece often make handling difficult.
Bellow suction cups for glass, are ideal for this application since once the suction cup is placed on the surface and vacuum is attained, they have the ability to quickly retract, thereby facilitating the separation of superimposed glass plates. More...
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Applications and solutions with Vuototecnica products
WHEN THE VACUUM SOURCE IS MISSING: VUOTOTECNICA SELF-LOCKING VACUUM CUPS!

Whenever it is not possible, useful or convenient to create a vacuum using an external vacuum source, like a vacuum pump or vacuum generator, or wherever the items to be handled are being shifted along an assembly line’s belt conveyor, Vuototecnica’s pull-release clamping vacuum cups represent the ideal solution for retaining easy-to-grip components with smooth impermeable surfaces, like glass panes or sheet metal. More...
SHIPYARDS WITH THE WIND IN THEIR SAILS

FShipyards usually operate with ordinary vacuum pumps that suck onto the moulds without the interposition neither of a volume nor of a vacuum reducer to adjust and maintain the depression inside the suction circuit constant. The result is a variety of permanently operating pumps with the risk of overheating and the need for constant maintenance.
To solve these problems, Vuototecnica has developed this mobile system, which guarantees the best finishing in operations such as infusion or vacuum bagging, thereby ensuring maximum flexibility as required in shipyards. More...
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