+++ The entries in the exhibitor & product database correspond to the registration status for POWTECH 2019. +++
Using suction cups is a lifting technique of many possibilities. You can, for example, handle board materials or concrete slabs, open bags, pick electronic components, label and hold objects. But different applications need different requirements. PIAB offers one of the market’s widest ranges of suction cups so that each application will have its own solution. You are welcome to tell us about your needs. We are your partner whatever your needs might be.
piGRIP® – The first modular suction cup on the market
Taking gripping to new dimensions
Versatility and productivity A modular suction cup that fits most machines and that can be optimized for handling almost all materials. piGRIP®’s six different lip types, optimized for various products to lift, ensure the right hardness/softness and sealing capability for your material.
Combined with the firm bellows, piGRIP® is stable enough to handle faster accelerations and more high speed lifts as compared to traditional cups.
Your choices are endless, piGRIP® is available as a flat, one, three or as a six bellow cup. The availability of more than 40 different fittings, six different types of lips, and also a low micron filter disc for the bellow and a mesh filter for the fitting makes the variations of this modular suction cup endless. You can configure more than thousands and thousands of different types of cups to meet your exact need.
DURAFLEX® — for increased productivity and performance
Increase your productivity and security with DURAFLEX®, a strong and elastic material with excellent sealing capability. High friction and reduced micro-leakage increase the lifting capability and the cup’s outstanding wear resistance extends the change-over intervals. PIAB’s unique dual-hardness cups are ideally suited for applications where micro-leakage can occur, for example when a suction cup does not properly conform to a handled material, such as corrugated cardboard. Dual-hardness cups provide both the strength and flexibility needed to seal on uneven or coarse surfaces.