FIPA introduces Intelligent ejectors

  • August 04, 2010
  • Fipa Inc.
FIPA introduces Intelligent ejectors
FIPA introduces Intelligent ejectors

August 4, 2010 - The intelligent ejectors made by FIPA require much less compressed air for safely handling the work-piece, independent of the pressure in the compressed-air system. This means that the compact ejectors available in the three model series cut energy consumption by as much as 50 percent. What's more, this product is protected against dirt and is extremely quiet.In contrast to competitive products, the linear, dirt-protected construction requires no inner filter. This means that the intelligent ejectors are also very reliable in dusty environments. Sophisticated solutions for maximum benefitThe intelligent ejectors are suitable for all industries and applications.Three different model series and a finely tuned nozzle spectrum assure that a wide range of different customer requirements can be covered. All the model series offer digital and analog vacuum switches for efficient vacuum monitoring and control. 1. The compact ejectors EKPP are the standard version, but even their integrated compression regulation provides an optimum pressure of 4 bar – independent of the pressure in the compressed air system. 2. The compact ejectors EKP are also equipped with vacuum valves and blow-off function. They are primarily suitable for applications with high cycle times. As the already-mentioned EKPP, they work on 4 bar – independent of the pressure in the compressed air system. 3. The mini compact ejectors EMM provide all the functionalities of the EKP series in a small and highly compact design. This makes them the best choice for use in limited space. Their working pressure is a constant 3.5 bar. The vacuum level can be regulated and displayed using external signals and, in addition, LED buttons.All three model series are available for a maximum vacuum level of 60 percent for porous and 90 percent for dense work-pieces. This guarantees a secure vacuum independent of the work-pieces being handled.

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