Electromechanical cylinder for food, hygienic applications

Bosch Rexroth's second generation EMC electromechanical cylinder has IP65 protection and is suitable for applications with frequent cleaning cycles in the food industry and has no recesses or slots in which dirt can be trapped.

10/16/2015


Bosch Rexroth's second generation EMC electromechanical cylinder has IP65 protection and is suitable for applications with frequent cleaning cycles in the food industry and has no recesses or slots in which dirt can be trapped. Courtesy: Bosch RexrothBosch Rexroth's second-generation EMC electromechanical cylinder has IP65 protection and is suitable for applications with frequent cleaning cycles in the food industry. The EMC100-XC-2 increases the power density for feeding forces of up to 56 kN for applications in forming technology. An optional force sensor allows decentralized process controls without a higher-level control system. The drive units consist of anodized aluminum profiles in ISO standard dimensions, with an integrated ball screw drive. They cover variable-length strokes of up to 1,500 mm. There are no recesses or slots in which dirt can be trapped. The screws on the end face can be optionally sealed. The EMC is designed to withstand frequent cleaning cycles and spray water. The second generation EMC also has a varsion in IP65 + R designed for applications with aggressive cleaning agents.

Bosch Rexroth

www.boschrexroth-us.com 

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