ATS

October 23, 2017

The ATS850 conveyor eliminates all types of electro static discharge requirements. This asynchronous, bi-directional pallet transport system solves part transport needs in manufacturing environments in the semiconductor, pharmaceutical, disk drive and flat panel display industries.

It is easy to assemble, install, and re-configure to new assembly processes or parts. The ATS850 conveyor offers simple and flexible flow controls through separate localized zone control logic within the conveyor frame.

Features & Benefits

  • Open-center design maximizes downward air flow ensuring the cleanliness of the process
  • Parts are accessible on top and bottom maximizing the use of space
  • Continuous conductive path from pallet to ground eliminates damaging electro static discharge
  • Easily adjustable sensor positions for accurate repeatability
  • Fully enclosed drive components for adequate protection and long life performance
  • Individual stepper motor drive for each roller ensures precise control
  • Step rollers allow different pallet sizes on the same conveyor
  • Can be mounted on legs and tables or hung from the ceiling
  • Meets Class 10 Clean Room standard
  • Quiet and smooth ride for the parts transported 

For more information:

http://www.atsautomation.com/en/Products/ATS850%20Clean%20Room%20Conveyor.aspx

 

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