Schunk has developed new adapter plates for its quick-change system for the SWS series.
What does QC stand for?
QC stands for Quick-Change
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- Queen's Counsel (UK)
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Straight and offset units, modular quick-change systems, and tapping quick-change holders are also available.
Segen quick-change devices consist of a steel cylinder lock and corresponding knob.
On large conveyors, the quick-change design allows 95% or better time savings, the company says--45 minutes to two hours in downtime compared to a conventional stand mounting--not to mention saving money in lost production on an unplanned change.
Quick-change tooling allows product change within seconds.
5 feet * Features a standard-fit hydraulic quick-change mechanism * Available attachments include lifting forks, buckets, orange peel grapples and crane booms Visit www.
The current industry terminology for a quick-change sweep is "knock-on," because current quick-change systems require the sweep to be driven on with a hammer for retention.
With the quick-change feature, operators can use single active feeders or exchange racks with pre-selected feeder-families.