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7/8/2015

Sealing System Protects Chucks from Debris

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Erowa’s ITS 50 Holder C protects chucks against copper chips, graphite dust or fine chips from high-speed cutting during manufacturing processes.

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Erowa’s ITS 50 Holder C protects chucks against copper chips, graphite dust or fine chips from high-speed cutting during manufacturing processes. The device is an enhancement for Erowa’s ITS 50 chucks. Its sealing plate, when combined with a sealed chuck, forms a barrier to prevent any debris from entering the chuck. Existing ITS 50 holders that are not sealed can be retrofitted by mounting a separate sealing plate. Additionally, the ITS 50 Holder C comes with integrated gripper grooves to enable automated handling.

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