Screwdriver with automatic feeding 301
Screwdriver with automatic feeding supported by an ergonomic arm. The screw can be blocked by the clamps in order to help the operator centre the hole and to preserve the integrity of the piece’s surface.
The screwdriver with automatic feeding and ergonomic arm model 301 was born to screw on the horizontal plane with a torque up to 15 Nm and to optimize work process. Compared to the model 201, the model 301 keeps the screw blocked outside the jaws, in order to help the operator centre the hole and prevent the jaws to scratch the surface of the piece. The screwdriver with automatic feeding model 301 is designed to increase your productivity and to ensure the quality of the screwing.
The screwing unit is easy to grip thanks to the ergonomic handle. The screw comes out from the clamps and it is blocked in order to allow the operator to centre the hole. Screwing starts pressing one button: the clamps are blocked, and the screwdriver pushes and screws the screw in its position. With the KOLVER® control unit you can manage the rpm and the torque of the motor, in order to get the screwing you need.
The feeding system of the screw is made with our vibration cup feeders and our double-movement separators. All is optimized to ensure reliability over time. The vibration cup feeders work with electromagnets to get a constant screws flow, and they have also a timed stop system to stop the vibration in case of prolonged inactivity. The double-movement separators check the presence of the screw and blow it in a closed cavity in order to reduce the air waste and to keep the system’s noise low.
Torque: up to 15 Nm
RPM: up to 1200 rotation per minute
Pneumatic power supply: 6 bar
Power supply: ∼ 220 Volt
Arm stroke: 700 mm
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