Pannkoke: modular vacuum lifting device

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Pannkoke's Kombi 7441-DS6 modular vacuum lifting device has an increased number of vacuum circuits, as well as an interchangeable holder, so as to adapt the suction frame to specific applications. The design of the Kombi 7441-DS6 guarantees that the elements held by the suction cups can be turned sensitively through +/-360°and tilted by 90°.

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The Kombi 7441-DS6 vacuum lifting device features four separate vacuum circuits
The Kombi 7441-DS6 modular vacuum lifting device was presented for the first time at the glasstec 2010 trade fair. In addition to increasing the number of vacuum circuits from two (as standard in the EU) to four, this device also features an interchangeable holder for the purpose of adapting the suction frame to specific applications. With this device series, Pannkoke Flachglastechnik GmbH has met its customers' demands to introduce an extremely flexible vacuum lifting device to the market.
The maximum transport weight is 2,000kg. The basic version of the device is equipped with only four 488 suction cups which can be used to move heavy elements weighing 375kg, requiring a minimum suction area of 710x710mm, on EU construction sites. Fitted with extension sets, the maximum transport weight on EU construction sites increases in stages to 750kg/1,125 kg/1,500kg and 2,000kg. The minimum suction area required for the first expansion stage is 1,440x710mm with eight 488 suction cups, the next 1,440x1,45mm or 2,180x710mm with 12 488 suction cups, followed by a suction area of 2,180x1,450mm for 16 suction cups and, finally, a minimum suction area of 2,190x1,450mm for 24 488 suction cups in the final expansion stage. Other suction cup arrangements are possible, however, on request. Thanks to their adaptable sizes, the devices in this series are extremely versatile and, with suitable attachment kits, they can be subsequently adapted to specific requirements.
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