Lift Transfer Unit.jpgLift Transfer Units move work piece pallets from one transport conveyor to another. Each unit contains a pair of belts that lift to engage the pallet perpendicular to the direction of flow. The lift action raises the pallet up and over the guide rail so it can be conveyed onto the adjacent transport conveyor. Units are bi-directional and can be set up to manage two, three, and four-way traffic control conditions.

 

Features:

  • T5 timing style conveyor belts for positive drive
  • Several belt materials available to service a wide range of pallet handling conditions
  • Utilizes all ball bearing supported rolling elements for long maintenance free operation
  • Antistatic materials available to suit operation in static sensitive areas or with static sensitive payloads
  • Highly configurable
  • Bolt-up compatibility with other leading brands

 

Specifications:

  • Speed Range – 3.5 to 70 m/min
  • Bi-directional operation
  • Payload Capacity – 150 Lbs. @ 80 psi
  • Pallet length range – 160mm to 1040mm in 1mm increments
  • Pallet width range – 160mm to 1040mm in 1mm increments
  • Belt Type – 25mm wide polyurethane core T5 timing belt with steel tension members
  • 40mm bore lift cylinder
  • 10mm lift stroke – 2mm below conveying surface to 8mm above conveying surface
  • G1/8 ports

 

Options:

  • Various bolt-on dampened stops available
  • 110-480 VAC drive packages available in 1 and 3 phase
  • Guard package
  • 24vdc enclosed drive system
  • Additional DC drive options including control cards

 

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Glide-Line’s IMPACT! featured in National Solidworks Case Study!

Glide-Line leveraged the open SOLIDWORKS API, the GoAutomate open-source automation tool, and Microsoft Excel software to introduce IMPACT!, the industry’s first in-context conveyor configurator, which combines access to solid modeling tools and snap-to mating functionality with prices, part numbers, and ordering capabilities in real time.

 

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Build 3D model designs with constant INNOVATION and CUSTOMIZATION

This guide is built to address some of the challenges you may be facing when planning conveyors into your automation system engineering designs. We provide potential solutions to help you solve these problems, plus tips on how to inject creativity into your own systems when it comes to conveyor system designs.

 

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“As a provider of mechanical hardware solutions, item North America/MB Kit Systems Inc. sees multiple requests for complex material handling solutions. Clearly, Glide-Line always seems to know what customers need and the new Glide-Line 360 has unlimited solutions for a wide range of applications.”

Rick Sabo, VP Sales & Marketing - NA/MB Kit Systems

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“IMPACTwas easy to launch and update. It quickly led me in the direction I needed to define my design. I love having dead accurate CAD files with high detail. IMPACT takes it one step further in that I don’t have to re-download every time I have to make a change. I love having native Solidworks files to integrate into my designs.”

DeWayne Merritt, a 16 year Mechanical Tool Design Engineer for AutoLiv

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"Glide-Line understands the market. That is why they come with innovative products, are incredibly responsive and have the fastest delivery times around."

Jim Beretta, former Application Engineer - Industry Expert

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"The experts at Glide-Line are quick to respond, they're quick to bring solutions, and they're quick to help me identify product. They've backed up everything they've told me and brought good product to bear and their solutions are running well in the field. I'm not sure what more you could ask for."

Kevin Hayes, Director at Primetest Automation

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