Stops, separates and damps one or more accumulated pallet holders at a defi ned pallet holder stop plate in conveyor systems or at the working
piece directly. The special feature of the ASMU is that the workpiece carrier abuts the back from the stop plate and the separator damps during the extension of the attack. The separator will mount the other way around. The advantage here is that the workpiece carrier can be stopped in confined space.
|Operating range||v = (m/min)||6||9||12||15||18||24||30||36|
|ASMU-120||Mass WT (kg)||5 - 120||5 - 85||5 - 80||5 - 77||5 - 75||5 - 45||5 - 30||5 - 20|
The values, given in the table above for the permissible total weight of the accumulated workpiece carriers (WT) and the permissible conveying speed, apply with a belt friction of µ=0,07 between workpiece carrier and conveyor band and with the use of an ASUTEC standard stop. To select the suitable separator, we recommend the use of our online product finder.
The specified weight range is composed of the minimum workpiece carrier weight mmin and the maximum workpiece carrier weight mmax.
Minimum propulsive force: The minimum propulsive force can be calculated using the formula FRmin = mmin · g · µ.
For the ASMU-120 -> FRmin = 3,4 N. This minimum propulsive force must not be less than this, in order to ensure that the stop can be pushed by the WT into its damped (retracted) position.
Maximum propulsive force: This maximum propulsive force may not be exceeded in order to ensure a sufficient damping effect and thus the separator has sufficient force for lowering. For the ASMU-120 -> FRmax = 82,4 N
Adjustment of damping: The adjustment of the damping effect can be regulated within a certain range. As an experience value can be stated that when the damping is adjusted to a certain weight, other weights in a range of ± 50% can be damped properly with this setting.
For example: Damping optimally adjusted to 50 kg mass to be dampened -> Damping of masses from 25 kg to 75 kg well possible. At lower masses, the damping end position is reached late or not at all. At higher masses, the damping is not strong enough and the speed of the workpiece carrier at the damping end position is still too high and the workpiece carrier will be abruptly stopped.
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