Glass handling showcase
Safe handling of glass is just a button-push away with these automation solutions.
March 23, 2015 By Glass Canada
When using the Erdman glass lay-in system, once the sealant bead has
been laid on the rabbet, roller ball support rods raise to the level of
the glass roll-in rollers.
When using the Erdman glass lay-in system, once the sealant bead has been laid on the rabbet, roller ball support rods raise to the level of the glass roll-in rollers. Your operator can then manually and ergonomically set the glass into the position area by gently gliding the glass over the glass roll-in rollers. Using the roller ball support rods, the operator will then glide the glass over the tables to rest against the positioning stops. The rods will then lower the glass part way into the frame above the sealant. Your operator can then insert your setting blocks as required and the seat the glass.
Customizable harp rack
The HR-4860 Harp Rack is a easily customizable harp rack that can be adjusted to accommodate both 3/8- and 1 1/8-inch glass. It includes four non-marking swivel casters rated at 1,000 pounds capacity each. Two foot locks are mounted in front for stability. The HR-4860 includes 60 long and short plastic-covered rods. There are 80 hole locations. When the rods are placed in every hole the space between the rods is 3/8 inch. When you skip a hole, the space between rods is 1 1/8 inches. The rack uses 3/8-inch-thick high-density polyethylene on the floor for easy sliding of glass and provides a non-stick surface for insulated glass. It comes with a gray powder-coated finish and ships knocked down for freight savings.
The Erdman EAC Lift is an end effector/manipulator mounted on a jib crane. The EAC Lift increases productivity and reduces potential product damage and operator injuries. The lift improves the operator’s ability to move glass or any kind of panels without risking damage to themselves or your product. The EAC Lift effortlessly integrates with Erdman hand assists, glass lay-ins, tilt/tip machines or automated glazers.
Cynergy Ergonomics specializes in ergonomic workstations and material handling equipment such as lifts, articulating arm manipulators, sheet, panel and roll lifters, vacuum tube lifting, roll manipulators and material handling equipment. It specializes in lifting device design, lift assist system designs, material handling vertical lifts, manual ergonomic pick and place systems and workstation improvements for manufacturing, assembly, production and distribution centers that currently use human power for material handling as well as providing automated material handling solutions.
GLC glass carts can easily move cutoffs, finished products, doors, windows, screens and shower doors in a convenient organized manner. The GLC-4878 has an 8,000-pound capacity. Carts have plywood bases with rubber mounted on the upright supports. The GLC-3248 uses five-inch casters, two rigid and two swivel, with brakes rated at 1,000 lbs. each. The GLC-3660 and GLC-3672 use eight-inch casters, two rigid and two swivel, with brakes rated at 1,000 lbs. each. The optional caster kit for the GLC-4878 consists of four eight-inch casters, two rigid and two swivel, with brakes rated at 2,000 lbs. each. The GLC-3248 has a pull handle mounted on one end for manoeverability. All models include a heavy-duty powder-coated finish for long-lasting durability.
Redundant vacuum system
The GM 2000-12 from Ergo Robotic Solutions has a maximum lifting capacity of 2,000 pounds and a maximum lift height of 12 feet, six inches. It is 34 inches wide and six feet, eight inches high. The machine is eight feet, four inches long when closed, with a gross weight of 3,500 pounds. The GM 2000-12 features a double redundant vacuum system and comes with four cups and four extension bars.
Premium power lifter
The Premium edition of Wood’s Powr-Grip’s popular P1 Channel Lifter now features a dual vacuum system and power-loss warning buzzer for added safety, a high-flow vacuum pump and blow-off for greater productivity, and reduced power consumption for extended time on the jobsite. Powr-Grip’s Channel Lifters are comprised of one or more pad channels for gripping loads, plus interchangeable lift frames, for rotating and tilting materials. These vacuum lifters may be ordered as complete units or as individual components to expand existing channel lifter systems. Lift frames are available in single-channel or double-channel styles. Pad channels can be switched from one frame to another in minutes.
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