Parallel gripper – 3 fingers
Handling pneumatic gripper with parallel clamping with 3 concentric fingers.
The guide is prismatic and mechanism is completely protected
Magnetic detection (T-grooves)
|Effective clamping force (at 6 bars)||(N)||60||200|
|Stroke (per finger, at radius)||(mm)||4,5||8|
|Advised max. weight part||(kg)||0,300||1,500|
More information on Parallel gripper – 3 fingers
Benefits of 3-finger parallel tightening
Although most handling applications are using parallel grippers with 2 fingers, because even in the case of cylindrical parts, V-shaped jaws allow a good grip. The use of a gripper with 3 fingers is preferred in 2 case:
– refocusing of the part along 2 axes during tightening
– stability of a long cylindrical part clamped by its end
In the particular case of screwing, we have a range of 3-jaw grippers specifically dedicated to screwing: Type 2913 grippers.
Reliability and robustness of Type 24 parallel grippers
With a hard anodized body and cylinder, prismatic steel guide, fully protected mechanism, these pneumatic parallel grippers are robust and reliable.
The positions are detected by magnetic detectors (delivered separately) thanks to 2 T-grooves on the upper face of the cylinder. This groove is compatible with many detectors on the market to facilitate maintenance.
Mounting interfaces allow them to be integrated into a pneumatic handling assembly.
24, 242, 244, 2423, 2443, 2423000, 2443000, 1212003, 1634001, 1634002