Holding force refers to the force that can be exerted by a suction cup to grip a workpiece.
Handling systems are used in manual and automated processes of all industries
A high vacuum describes any vacuum in which there is an absolute pressure of 10-7 to 10-3 mbar.
Hysteresis refers to a pressure difference between two switching points, and thus defines the state of the output signal.
Standard pressure is the pressure in the atmosphere under standard conditions.
A standard liter is the measurement of a gas occupying a liter at 20 °C and 1,013 mbar (standard state).
Standard temperature is the temperature under standard conditions.
Shear force is the force acting tangentially to a surface.
The suction cup stroke refers to the stroke effect that is created by the suction cup.
Suction rate refers to the suction power of a vacuum generator.
The switching point refers to a point at which a switch changes the state of the output signal.
Shore hardness refers to the hardness of elastomers and plastics.
The ventilation time refers to the time it takes to dissipate vacuum in a system.
Venturi pumps work on the venturi principle and help to generate a vacuum pneumatically.
Vacuum clamping devices are used in CNC machines. By means of vacuum, the workpieces are securely fixed to the clamping systems.
A vacuum is a pressure range lower than that of the ambient pressure.
The vacuum technology offers many efficient solutions in automation, clamping and handling applications.
Vakuum lifters relieve workers from the weight of a workpiece
The Venturi principle describes the correlation between dynamic and static air pressure when air flows through a tube.
Volume flow refers to the volume of a medium.