Industrial robots

Today, sophisticated, programmable robots are being used to vastly improve industrial and commercial operations worldwide.

Industrial robots

Features and benefits of PTFE

  • Ability to handle a wide temperature variance: -60⁰C to +260⁰C
  • Not affected by heat aging
  • Compatible with a very wide range of chemicals
  • Low permeability rates
  • Immune to Ozone or UV exposure
  • Low co-efficient of friction—better system efficiency due to lower pressure drops
  • Non flammable
  • Superior flex fatigue life
  • Low volumetric expansion

 

Robots can perform many important tasks, including loading critical or heavy materials to and from specific locations in a production line, executing complete spot-welding operations in an automotive assembly line, etc.

Today’s hydraulically powered robots are capable of generating very large forces for the difficult functions they perform. To be reliable and accurate, however, they must depend upon hydraulic fluid lines.

Hoses of Teflon® are used on robots equipped with grippers to convey phosphate ester hydraulic fluid to the grippers at pressure up to 2,500 PSI and temperatures to about 200°F.

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Today’s hydraulically powered robots are capable of generating very large forces for the difficult functions they must perform