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Established in 1951, PIAB designs innovative vacuum solutions that improve the energy-efficiency, productivity, and working environments of vacuum users around the world. As a reliable partner to many of the world’s largest manufacturers, PIAB develops and manufactures a complete line of vacuum pumps, vacuum accessories, vacuum conveyors and suction cups for a variety of automated material handling and factory automation processes. PIAB utilizes COAX®, the next dimension in vacuum technology, in many of its original products and solutions. COAX® cartridges are smaller, more energy efficient and more reliable than conventional ejectors, and can be integrated directly into machinery. This allows for the design of a flexible, modular vacuum system.

Industry Insights

Reducing Carbon Footprint with the Right Vacuum System

POSTED: 05/05/2008

Introduction Today, carbon dioxide (CO2) is considered to be the largest environmental threat to our world by most researchers. Heightened levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere lead to global warming, which in the long run can jeopardize our future on

The Importance of Vacuum Flow in Robotic Material Handling Applications

POSTED: 05/03/2006

Industrial manufacturing is undergoing a revolution with fresh opportunities and challenges. Average profit margins have declined, putting increased pressure on manufacturers to come up with innovative cost saving alternatives to increase productivity. From a global perspective, demand for cost efficient engineering is at a premium, as with the trend toward automation

Vacuum Pump Technology: Multi-Stage Air-Driven vs. Mechanical

POSTED: 12/15/2005

In a high pressure manufacturing environment, where every second counts, it’s ironic that the steady, unceasing flow of product would rely so heavily on a low pressure solution. Vacuum pressure, created by any pressure lower than atmospheric pressure, is the method of choice for keeping so many products moving and

Optimized Vacuum Design for Material Handling Applications: How System Design Parameters Affect Productivity

POSTED: 04/04/2005

Designing or implementing a vacuum system for material handling applications is an important and often costly expenditure that can cause many decision makers to encounter mixed messages, making the right choice unclear.  In order to ensure a profitable investment, engineers should consider the following design parameters: reliability, product safety, efficiency,

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