Schmalz products comply with the highest standards of quality and permit decisive productivity increases in the CD and DVD industry.
Highly qualified staff members, long-term industry experience, and an extensive supplier network with subsidiaries all over the world guarantee quick and professional assistance for our domestic and foreign CD and DVD industry customers.
The Highlights Include:
- A wide selection of the most diverse geometries and materials for all current machine types
- High suction power with small device dimensions for dynamic handling
- Suction pad with soft sealing lip and corrugations for delicate handling of CDs and DVDs
- Intelligent system monitoring for highest process safety and reduced cycle times
Particular Industry Requirements are:
- Shortest cycle times and high acceleration
- Maximum process safety
- Allows the handling of CDs and DVDs without damaging them
Flat Suction Pads PFY for Handling CDs/DVDs
The Flat suction pad PFY7 is specially made for sensitive workpieces with a smooth surface. Particularly it is suitable for workpieces which are made of silicon and polyurethan. It is often used for the safe and easy handling of CDs and DVDs. Using four vacuum pads increases the suction power.More...
CD Handling with Bellows Suction Pad FGA PVC (1,5 folds)
For handling of CD/DVD with suction hub, the bellows suction pad FGA with 1,5 folds made of PVC is the optimal suction pad. Through its folds it ensures an optimal damping effect when touching down on the CD, and so ensures gentle handling. The large effectiv diameter provides high suction power and thus enables high acceleration and short cycle times. Since discs can be handled only on the blank inside edge, the outer diameter of the suction pad is voted on the inside edge of the blank CD.More... More applications
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Schmalz Media Center
You can find application videos for various industries demonstrating our vacuum tube lifters and vacuum lifting devices in the Schmalz Media Center.More...