In this 45-minute Webinar, a product specialist of power transmission components discusses a revolutionary high-speed electronic actuator designed to help solve process bottlenecks and unique applications that require a small installation footprint.
The design utilizes an exclusive segmented roller chain that is “zipped” together using a unique sprocket. This zipping action creates a rigid actuating arm for use in push-pull applications that require high speeds, long lifetimes, small footprints, and/or high precision. An alternative to pneumatic/hydraulic cylinders or bulky screw-style electrical actuators, this compact, high-speed electric actuator offers higher speeds and cycle frequencies than traditional actuation technologies.
An audience Q&A follows the technical presentation.
Bryan Brickey, Product Specialist, Power Transmission Components, U.S. Tsubaki
Bryan Brickey manages the PTUC division at U.S. Tsubaki, which includes Zip Chain Actuators®, conventional electric actuators, cam clutches, backstops, keyless locking devices, overload protection devices, gear motors, couplings, belts, and pulleys. Bryan has a degree in mechanical engineering from Bradley University and has been working as a product specialist in the industrial manufacturing industry for the past six years.
Linda Bell, Editor, SAE Media Group