Pneumatic Undamped Stops

The robust, low-cost basic stop option.

These are best suited to applications where one or more multiple pallets must be placed in a defined position.

Inductive and electronic proximity switches can be used to specifically identify the upper and lower positions for the stop to ensure high productivity with short cycle times.

Pneumatic undamped stop

DO-70

Lowering stroke: 7mm

Max. propelling force: 48N

Scope: 70kg Pallet Weight at 6m/min

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DO 120 EW

DO-120

Lowering Stroke: 9mm

Max. Propelling force: 82N

120kg Pallet Weight (at 6m/min)

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DO 140 08 EW

DO-140

Lowering stroke: 8mm

Max. Propelling force: 96N

140kg Pallet weight (at 6m/min)

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DO 300 50 DW

DO-300

Lowering Stroke: 50mm

Max. Propelling Force: 206N

300kg Pallet Weight (at 6m/min)

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DO 390 439

PNU-390

Lowering Stroke: 9mm

Max. Propelling Force: 270N

390kg Pallet Weight (at 6m/min)

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DO 400 09

DO-400

Lowering Stroke: 9/15/25/40mm

Max Propelling Force: 275N

400kg Pallet Weight (at 6m/min)

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CSM DO 400 09 EW R

DO-400-R

Lowering Stroke: 9mm

Max. Propelling Force: 275N

400kg Pallet Weight (at 6m/min)

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DO 800 10 3 stops

DO-800

Lowering Stroke: 10/20mm

Max. Propelling Force: 549N

800kg Pallet Weight (at 6m/min)

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DO 810

DO-810

Lowering Stroke: 10/20mm

Max. Propelling Force: 549N

810kg Pallet Weight (at 6m/min)

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Description

Total control of palletised loads in automated processes

WörneR Stops are modular, compact, adaptable stopping and separating devices for automated material handling. Damped and undamped versions are used where pallet loads must be precisely stopped or separated or their direction controlled.

Suitable for both belt and roller conveyors they can be simply fitted and adapted for either local or central control. Where damped, the effect adjusts automatically to compensate for varying loads. Easily retro-fitted to existing systems

  • Optimum damping regardless of actual load level
  • Short cycle times due to higher point to point speeds
  • Shock elimination protects delicate assemblies and sub-assemblies
  • Adapts to varying speeds simplify automated handling
  • Noise & shock reduction a welcome side effect in any assembly environment

WörneR damped stops use atmospheric air for damping and compressed air or electrics for indexing. They provide precise and shock free stopping and separation for pallet loads on all types of conveyor systems. Designed to protect palletised loads and the structure of the conveyor, from the repeated shock and vibration produced by dead stops. From 0.25kg up to 1500 kg force. Speeds up to 36 m/min.

Wörner undamped stops are applied to simple systems or where intermediate holding of work pieces is necessary on slow moving systems.

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