20/08/2012 - 04:00 am

Anver Inspection Station Grips and Rotates 500-Pound Enclosures

Anver Corp., Hudson, Mass., has introduced a self-contained vacuum-operated inspection station that grips heavy enclosures from the sides and lets operators fully inspect the front, back, top, bottom, and inside.

The Anver vacuum-operated inspection station lets operators pick up heavy enclosures from the sides and visually inspect the front, back, top, bottom, and inside without excessive bending or awkward positioning. Featuring a pendant control, this inspection station can rotate the load 180 degrees and be locked in any position if service to the inspected part is required.

Ideal for inspecting enclosures, electronic chassis, instruments, and appliances, the Anver vacuum-operated inspection station is built from all-welded steel to customer specifications. Powered by air- or electric-operated vacuum stations, it includes a vacuum reservoir, an alarm system, automatic shut-off, and features large rubber non-slip vacuum suction cups.

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