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IAI Announces Medical Assist ELECYLINDER Series

 

April 1, 2021

IAI (Intelligent Actuator Incorporated) would like to introduce their ELECYLINDER® electric actuator series.

The main features are easy operation, AVD (acceleration/speed/deceleration) that can be adjusted individually, and high performance. Due to its stable quality, it is ideal for the manufacturing industry of medical products where product accuracy is required.

Here is an example of how the smooth operation of ELECYLINDER® improved a packaging application. Previously, an air cylinder was used to transfer accepted products. To achieve a shorter cycle time, the air cylinder was operated at a high speed but gave a big shock at the time of the stoppage. As a result, some temporary stops took place in the post-process due to the dispersion of transferred positions of accepted products. Since the ELECYLINDER can adjust acceleration/deceleration, there is no shock even at a high-speed operation. As a result, the dispersion of the transferred positions was eliminated, reducing temporary stops and shortening the cycle time.

ELECYLINDER® makes it easy to adjust and control AVD (A: Acceleration, V: Speed, D: Deceleration), allowing packages to move smoothly between conveyors positioned at right angles without affecting internal products. In addition, ELECYLINDER® has a wide range of products available for many types of applications.

“IAI is proud to be at the forefront of technology that supports the medical community in the fight against disease and future health crises,” said Kaz Haruna, National Sales Manager at IAI America.

IAI is actively assisting the medical community by providing Cartesian and SCARA robots for infectious disease testing, molecular diagnostics, tissue and blood sampling, genomic research, cancer research, pharmaceuticals, and medical device production. It is IAI’s hope that our ELECYLINDER® Series will help the medical/pharmaceutical industries move ahead with advanced innovation.

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