• The advanced and lubrication-free igus polymer ball transfer units from Treotham ensure the safe transport of sensitive goods such as food.
    The advanced and lubrication-free igus polymer ball transfer units from Treotham ensure the safe transport of sensitive goods such as food.
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High loads can be moved easily with the advanced lubrication-free igus ball transfer units from Treotham Automation made from its proven polymer material xirodur B180.

Ball tables are used when heavy or sensitive loads such as food, circuit boards ,goods in airports, glass panes or goods in the sheet-metal processing industry are transported from one point to another.

The igus advanced polymer ball transfer units for conveyor tables have a new housing interior that gives five times more load-bearing capacity for delicate or heavy goods that are to be transported in different directions.

The new polymer igus ball transfer units from Treotham are made of the high-performance plastic xirodur B180 to absorb loads of up to 500 N.

Igus ball transfer units are made of high-performance polymers that are lubrication-free and maintenance-free and have stainless-steel balls inside the roller for smooth running.

The ball transfer units can be used also in any installation position, whether horizontal, vertical or overhead, an advantage over metal balls.

The ball transfer units are currently available in three installation sizes and, depending on their size, withstand an axial load of 150 to 500 N.

Due to the polymer material construction, igus ball transfer units are very abrasion-resistant, have a long service life and have an electrically insulating effect.

The ball transfer units are currently available in three installation sizes and, depending on their size.

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