JDN Air Hoists Handle Difficult Foundry Conditions
Intense heat and air filled with dust and chemicals: the tough working conditions that characterise foundries demand the best from both men and machines. JDN Air Hoists are the perfect choice for these areas. Offering 100% duty ratings and minimum downtimes, they guarantee maximum productivity, no matter how hard the working conditions may be. Typical activities in a foundry are the handling of raw materials, casting moulds, cores and teeming ladles, as well as cast parts weighing up to several tonnes. JDN Air Hoists have proven their mettle in all of these areas for decades.
One example of this is the mini series with carrying capacities of 125 kg, 250 kg, 500 kg and 980 kg. These lightweight, compact hoists are also available with manual trolleys and in a manipulator version for the secure positioning of loads in a one-hand operation. For more challenging demands you can choose the extremely robust Profi series with carrying capacities starting from 250 kg – and if required – ranging up to 100 tonnes. All JDN Hoists are resistant to humidity, dust and temperatures from -20° C to +70° C (mini +50° C). The hoists of the mini series operate with an air pressure of 6 bar, while the flexible Profi’s operate with 4 bar or 6 bar. The air vane motor is suitable for lube-free operation and is very low-maintenance. Waiting times are kept to a minimum compared to electrically-driven hoists, thanks to the 100% duty ratings and frequent switching.
New JDN Brochures
The English Shipyard and Mining Brochures are now available in a revised version. JDN have also produced a Rental Brochure which is available for their sales companies and A distributors. Download a copy here.
The leading international intralogistics trade fair will be held once again in Hannover from 19 to 23 May 2014. There is no other marketplace worldwide that offers the same comprehensive insight into current developments and the range of services from the world of intralogistics. So, make a note of the date in your diary and visit JDN there. For more information about CeMAT 2014 click here.