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Long-stroke gripper
2-finger parallel gripper with long jaw stroke for large parts and/or a broad range of parts

Advantages – Your benefits

  • High maximum moments possible
    suitable for using long gripper fingers
  • Double piston rack and pinion principle
    for centric clamping
  • Fastening at one gripper side in two screw directions
    for universal and flexible gripper assembly
  • Air supply via hose-free direct connection or screw connections
    for flexible pressure supply in all automated systems
  • Comprehensive sensor accessory program
    for versatile querying possibilities and stroke position monitoring
  • Stroke versions
    for highest flexibility

Options and special information

  • Roller bearing version PHL-W
    with play-free, pre-loaded profile rail guides for higher precision, even larger loads, and longer finger lengths, and at the same time with an increased gripping force
  • Mechanical gripping force maintenance
    ensures a minimum gripping force in the event of a pressure loss This acts as the closing force in the S version. The design of the top jaws means that they can also be used as an opening force.
  • Additional stroke versions
    available in three stroke variants as standard
  • Additional versions
    Various options can be combined with each other. Numerous additional options are also available – just tell us what your task is!
  • Food-grade lubrication
    The product contains food-compliant lubricants as standard. The requirements of standard EN 1672-2:2020 are not fully met. The relevant NSF certificates are available at using the lubricant information in the operating manual. Components such as rolling bearings, linear guides, or shock absorbers are not provided with food-compliant lubricants.