The COVAL Carbon Vacuum Gripper at a glance:
- 8 mm compressed air inlet
- Solenoid valve for vacuum control with LED indicator
- Connector or wire input
- Mounting interface
- Lightweight .85kg to 1.3kg
Why choose the COVAL Carbon Vacuum Gripper
As more industries are seeing the benefits of using collaborative robots, cobots, the challenge often comes down to finding the best tools to use with them. Coval, a leader in vacuum automation technology, has released a new alternative for industries with its CVGC series of carbon vacuum grippers.
Coval’s new line of end-of-arm tools aims to provide new options for a range of uses to further enhance operations while ensuring the safety of nearby workers and operators. It also was designed to be versatile and easy to set up, as well as can be used with heavy-duty robots or special machinery.
Advantages of the COVAL Carbon Vacuum Gripper
Whether an industrial site has cobots or are deciding what options are best, ease of use is a key factor. With that in mind, Coval designed the CVGC series to be fully integrated, plug-and-play, and able to be assembled or disassembled without tools, maximizing cobot usage.
There are three standard foam gripping interfaces formats: 150 x 150mm, 240 x 120mm and 320 x 160mm. These allow for precise handling of materials including corrugate, packaging, plastics, metal, glass, composite and wood.
COVAL Carbon Vacuum Gripper Features
- Three Standard Foam Gripping Interfaces
150 x 150mm, 240 x 120mm and 320 x 160mm
- Precise Handling on a Variety of Materials
Suitable for corrugate, packaging, plastics, metal, glass, composites and wood
- Plug and Play
Fully integrated, plug and play and able to be assembled and dissembled with or without tools, maximising cobot usage
Constructed with carbon fibre, these lightweight grippers waight between .85 kg and 1.3 kg, these grippers are designed to reduce weight stress on cobots