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  1. 1. SIEMENSDEMATIC r I ··--I~'~=··~~~····~··~'-· 'r·~"~-·_~·_·_····- I I Appli~ation GUi~e I I I 1,- , - - I i Model 7900 MAGSTM I I f I j t I t- I I I
  2. 2. SIEMENSDEMATIC Model 7900 Series Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide Application Guide Model 7900 Series Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Figure 1 MACSTM Product Line 2001-September-28 1
  3. 3. Model 7900 Series SIEMENSDEMATIC Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide 2 2001-September-28
  4. 4. r SIEMENSDEMATIC Model 7900 Series Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide Important: Prior to applying any of the equipment or performing any of the application procedures described within this manual, it is strongly recommended that the Systems and Application Engineers read the information provided within the applicable sections of this manual. All personnel shall pay particular attention to the notes, cautions, warnings, dangers and safety information presented in this manual and posted on or in the area of the equipment. This equipment has been designed for use by trained and qualified operators. Every possible effort to prevent injury to the engineer, operator or maintenance personnel has been taken in the preparation of this manual. Damage to the equipment is possible when the procedures contained within this manual are not followed. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, without the express written permission of Siemens Dematic Corporation, Rapistan Material Handling Automation Division. © 2001 Siemens Dematic Corp. This document contains confidential information, trade secrets and/or know-how which is the property of Siemens Dematic Corp., and may not be disclosed to any third party without the written permission of Siemens Dematic Corp. Other product and company names herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. Siemens Dematic Corporation Rapistan Material Handling Automation Division 507 Plymouth Avenue Grand Rapids, MI 49505 616-913-6200 www.rapistan.com 2001-September-28 3
  5. 5. Model 7900 Series SIEMENSDEMATIC Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide Sections/Release Dates This sheet will be changed with each section revision. If your manual sections and pages do not match the section dates below, you are using outdated application engineering information. The latest electronic Adobe Acrobat PDF file is the only Model 7900 Series MACS Application Guide that is controlled under ISO 9000 guidelines. As of this printing, the PDF file is available on the Siemens Dematic Corporation, Rapistan Material Handling Automation Division internal network and FTP site. Accessories TransferBeltModels 7945,EG 09/28/01 Index 7927 Gappers UnitsInitial Release Model 7910 Diverters Lift Carriers Track 40,09/28/01 Model 7925 VerticalConveyors 7930 PositioningWheeled (WPCs) 7935 Chain150 Conveyors DG 7915 RST Section 7905 Workpieceand Description 09/28/01 7940 SingleBelt Conveyors 7920 Dual 7922 (Includes Title Units Non-Return 09/28/01 Release 09/28/01 Date DG 250 • 4 2001-September-28
  6. 6. r I SIEMENSDEMATIC Model 7900 Series Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide Table of Contents General Information 13 Introduction 13 Safety Informati on 15 Material to be Handled 15 Trai ning Information 15 Calculating Air Consumption 16 Definition of Terms 16 Definition of Terms (continued) 17 Receiver Tank Sizing 18 Piping / Tubing Sizing 19 Air Consumption Calculations for MACSTM-Compressor Sizing 20 Air Consumption Calculations for MACSTM-Receiver Sizing 21 Equivalent Weights and Measures 22 Weights 22 Measures 23 Terms, Abbreviations and Acronyms 24 Equ ipment Descri ption 25 System Components 27 Model 7905 Workpiece Carriers (WPCs) 27 Model 7910 RST 150 Wheeled Track 28 Model 7915 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyors 29 Model 7920 Dual-Belt Conveyors 33 Model 7922 Single-Belt Conveyors 37 Model 7925 Diverters 41 Model 7927 Transfer Units 45 Model 7930 Vertical Lift Units 49 Model 7935 Gappers and Non-Return Devices 51 Model 7940 Positioning Units 59 Model 7905 Workpiece Carriers 63 PWT 64 Specifications and Calculations 66 RWT 67 Specifications and Calculations 69 Determine Required Live Load 71 Model 7910 RST 150 Wheeled Track 73 Model 7915 Chain Conveyors 75 SK 200 Accumulating Chain Conveyor 76 2001-September-28 5
  7. 7. Model 7900 Series SIEMENSDEMATIC Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide SK 500 Accumulating Chain Conveyor 77 SK 1000 Accumulating Chain Conveyor 78 SK 2000 Accumulating Chain Conveyor 79 Model 7920 Dual-Belt Conveyors 81 DG 40 Dual-Belt Conveyor 82 DG 50/1.5 Dual-Belt Conveyor 83 DG 50/5 Dual-Belt Conveyor 84 DG 130 Dual-Belt Conveyor 85 DG 160 Dual-Belt Conveyor 86 DG 250 Dual-Belt Conveyor 87 Model 7922 Single-Belt Conveyors 89 EG 60 Single-Belt Conveyor 90 EG 70/1.5 Single-Belt Conveyor 91 EG 70/5 Single-Belt Conveyor 92 EG 150 Single-Belt Conveyor 93 EG 180 Single-Belt Conveyor 94 EG 300 Si ngle-Belt Conveyor 95 Single-Belt Conveyor Layouts 96 Model 7925 Diverters 97 UL 90 Tu rn 98 UL 180 Tu rn 99 ES 90 Infeeder 100 AS 90 Outfeeder 101 ZV Two-Way Merge/Divert 102 PV Parallel Merge/Divert 103 Model 7927 Transfer Units 105 HT 80 Lifting Transfer Unit 106 HT 230 Lifting Transfer Unit 107 HT 500 Lifti ng Transfer Unit 108 HTS Lifting Transfer Line 109 HL 120 Lifting Stop 110 Model 7930 Vertical Lifts 111 DVH V erti cal Lift 112 VL Verti cal Lift 113 Model 7935 Gappers and Non-Return Devices 115 6 2001-September-28
  8. 8. r SIEMENSDEMATIC Model 7900 Series Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide VED 70, VED 200 and VED 400 Gappers 116 VE 200 and VE 800 Gappers 117 RSP Non-Return Device 118 Model 7940 Positioning Units 119 P 60 and P 120 Positioning Unit 120 PH 80 Positioning Lift Station 121 PH 150 Positioning Lift Station 122 HD 100 Lift and Turn Station 123 HD 170 Lift and Turn Station 124 Accessories 125 Model 7945 Supports (SST, LST, DSE, DSW) 127 Model 7950 Compressed Air Ducting and Distribution System 128 Air Ducting System, Flange Kits, Pressure Gage, Filter Pressure Regulator and Valves 128 Extension Kits, Consumer, Coupling and Pressure Switch Connections 129 840 Valve System 130 Model 7952 Control Devices 131 SHV Switch Mount for Vertical Fixing 131 SHH / SH P Switch Mount for Lateral Fixing 132 Cable Conduits for the Transfer System 133 Frequency Converter 134 Switches for Workpiece Carrier (WPC) and Cylinder Interrogation 135 Transfer Profile Sections (TPS) 136 Belt Conveyors 136 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyors - One-Row Track 137 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyors - Two-Row Track 138 Track Wheel Edge Profile 139 Fastening and Bracing Materials 140 Motors and Reducers 141 USA 141 Canada · 142 Index 143 2001-September-28 7
  9. 9. Model 7900 Series SIEMENSDEMATIC Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide ./ 8 2001-September-28
  10. 10. r SIEMENSDEMATIC Model 7900 Series Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide List of Figures Figure 1 MACSTM Product Line 1 Figure 2 Different Conveyor Principles 25 Figure 3 PWT Workpiece Carrier (WPC) 27 Figure 4 RWT Workpiece Carrier (WPC) 28 Figure 5 RST 150 Wheeled Track 28 Figure 6 Tension Spring and Rollers 29 Figure 7 Transfer Profile Sections 30 Figure 8 Return Units 30 Figure 9 SK 200 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor 31 Figure 10 SK 500 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor 31 Figure 11 SK 1000 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor 32 Figure 12 SK 2000 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor. 32 Figure 13 Transfer Profile Section 33 Figure 14 DG 40 Dual-Belt Conveyor 34 Figure 15 DG 50/1.5 Dual-Belt Conveyor 34 Figure 16 DG 50/5 Dual-Belt Conveyor 35 Figure 17 DG 130 Dual-Belt Conveyor 35 Figure 18 DG 160 Dual-Belt Conveyor 36 Figure 19 DG 250 Dual-Belt Conveyor 36 Figure 20 Transfer Profile Sections 37 Figure 21 EG 60 Single-Belt Conveyor 38 Figure 22 EG 70/1.5 Single-Belt Conveyor (without take-up) 38 Figure 23 EG 70/5 Single-Belt Conveyor 39 Figure 24 EG 150 Single-Belt Conveyor 39 Figure 25 EG 180 Single-Belt Conveyor 40 Figure 26 EG 300 Single-Belt Conveyor 40 Figure 27 UL 90 Turn 41 Figure 28 UL 180 Turn 42 Figure 29 ES 90 Infeeder 42 Figure 30 AS 90 Outfeeder 43 Figure 31 ZV Two-way Merge/Divert 43 Figure 32 PV Parallel Merge/Divert 44 Figure 33 HT 80 Lifting Transfer Unit 45 Figure 34 HT 230 Lifting Transfer Unit 46 Figure 35 HT 500 Lifting Transfer Unit 46 Figure 36 HTS Lifting Transfer Unit.. 47 Figure 37 HL 120 Lifting Stop 47 Figure 38 DVH 2S Vertical Lift 49 Figure 39 VL Vertical Lift 50 Figure 40 VED 70 Gapper 51 Figure 41 VED 70 Gapper 52 Figure 42 VED 200 Gapper 52 Figure 43 VED 800 Gapper 53 Figure 44 VED 800 Gapper 54 Figure 45 VE 200 Gapper 54 Figure 46 VE 200 Gapper 55 2001-September-28 9
  11. 11. Model 7900 Series SIEMENSDEMATIC Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide Figure 47 VE 800 Gapper 56 Figure 48 VE 800 Gapper. 56 Figure 49 RSP Non-Return Device 57 Figure 50 HD Rotating Lift Station (HD 100 shown) 59 Figure 51 HD 100 Lift and Turn Station 60 Figure 52 HD 170 Lift and Turn Station 60 Figure 53 P 60 and P 120 Positioning Modules 61 Figure 54 PH 80 Positioning Lift Station 62 Figure 55 PH 150 Positioning Lift Station 62 Figure 56 PWT Workpiece Carrier Dimensions 65 Figure 57 RWT Workpiece Carrier Dimensions 68 Figure 58 RST 150 Wheeled Track Specifications 73 Figure 59 SK 200 Accumulating Chain Conveyor Specifications 76 Figure 60 SK 500 Accumulating Chain Conveyor Specifications 77 Figure 61 SK 1000 Accumulating Chain Conveyor Specifications 78 Figure 62 SK 2000 Accumulating Chain Conveyor Specifications 79 Figure 63 DG 40 Dual-Belt Conveyor Specifications · 82 Figure 64 DG 50/1.5 Dual-Belt Conveyor Specifications 83 Figure 65 DG 50/5 Dual-Belt Conveyor Specifications 84 Figure 66 DG 130 Dual-Belt Conveyor Specifications 85 Figure 67 DG 160 Dual-Belt Conveyor Specifications 86 Figure 68 DG 250 Dual-Belt Conveyor Specifications 87 Figure 69 EG 60 Single-Belt Conveyor Specifications 90 Figure 70 EG 70 Single-Belt Conveyor Specifications (without take-up) 91 Figure 71 EG 70/5 Single-Belt Conveyor Specifications 92 Figure 72 EG 150 Single-Belt Conveyor Specifications 93 Figure 73 EG 180 Single-Belt Conveyor Specifications 94 Figure 74 EG 300 Single-Belt Conveyor Specifications 95 Figure 75 Single Belt Layout Example 96 Figure 76 UL 90 Turn Specifications 98 Figure 77 UL 180 Turn Specifications 99 Figure 78 ES 90 Infeeder Specifications 100 Figure 79 AS 90 Outfeeder Specifications 101 Figure 80 ZV Two-Way Merge/Divert Specifications 102 Figure 81 PV Parallel Merge/Divert Specifications 103 Figure 82 HT 80 Lifting Transfer Unit Specifications 106 Figure 83 HT 230 Lifting Transfer Unit Specifications 107 Figure 84 HT 500 Lifting Transfer Unit Specifications 108 Figure 85 HTS Lifting Transfer Line Specifications 109 Figure 86 HL 120 Lifting Stop Specifications 110 Figure 87 DVH Vertical Lift Specifications 112 Figure 88 VL Vertical Lift Specifications 113 Figure 89 VED 70, VED 200 and VED 400 Gapper Specifications 116 Figure 90 VE 200 and VE 800 Gapper Specifications 117 Figure 91 RSP Non-Return Device Specifications 118 Figure 92 P 60 and P 120 Positioning Unit Specifications 120 Figure 93 PH 80 Positioning Lift Station Specifications 121 Figure 94 PH 150 Positioning Lift Station Specifications 122 Figure 95 HD 100 Lift and Turn Station Specifications 123 10 2001-September-28
  12. 12. SIEMENSDEMATIC Model 7900 Series Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide Figure 96 HD 170 Lift and Turn Station Specifications 124 Figure 97 Supports 127 Figure 98 Air Ducting System, Flange Kits, Pressure Gage, Filter Pressure Regulator and Valves 128 Figure 99 Extension Kits, Consumer, Coupling and Pressure Switch Connections ....................................................................................................... 129 Figure 100 840 Valve System 130 Figure 101 SHV Switch Mount for Vertical Fixing 131 Figure 102 SHH / SHP Switch Mount for Lateral Fixing 132 Figure 103 Cable Conduits for the Transfer System 133 Figure 104 Frequency Converter 134 Figure 105 Switches for Workpiece Carrier (WPC) and Cylinder Interrogation .135 Figure 106 Transfer Profile Section (TPS) for Belt Conveyors 136 Figure 107 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyors - One-Row Track 137 Figure 108 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyors - Two-Row Track 138 Figure 109 Track Wheel Edge Profile 139 Figure 110 Fastening and Bracing Materials 140 2001-September-28 11
  13. 13. I SIEMENSDEMATIC Model 7900 Series Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide Model 7915 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyors The Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyors run at constant speed to transport the Workpiece Carrier (WPC) on stationary rollers to its destination. The accumulating roller chains are carried in the transfer profile section and tensioned at the drive end. In accumulating mode, the accumulating rollers roll under the stopped WPC. The accumulating chain support rollers are made of steel or low-wearing plastic. These conveyors have a line load of 450-kg/m (steel rollers) or 300 kg/m (plastic roller) and range in transfer speeds of 0.08 to 0.32- m/s. The conveyor consists of a drive unit, a return unit and a line section. The motor can be mounted either horizontally or vertically, on the left or to the right, and as an inboard or outboard unit. In the case of bi-directional conveyors, the chain is tensioned by two screw-fixed tension rollers (1), which slide in mounting slots. In the case of non-reversible conveyors, the chain in the return strand is tensioned by a spring take-up (2). (See Figure 6.) Figure 6 Tension Spring and Rollers 2 The conveyor line consists of two parallel transfer profile sections. (See Figure 7.) So that the rollers rotate freely, the carrying strand of the accumulating roller chain (1) runs along the upper chamber of the transfer profile section on two inserted round silver steel rods (2). In the lower chamber, the rollers run on profiled plastic bars (3). The flange ensures effective guidance of the WPC. When using a metal WPC, a polyamide WPC guide can be slid onto the flange as a protection against wear. The profile extension (4) is retained in the center hole and connects the conveyor lines or the drive and return units to each other. 2001-September-28 Equipment Description 29
  14. 14. .===========================-~==================~~~=~=========~-----~~~-==----- Model 7900 Series SIEMENSDEMATIC Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide Three profile holes for positioning pins (5) prevent the twisting of the transfer profile section to ensure precise guidance. The slots (6) provide the connection point between the line and the supports. These enable the attachment of other equipment (e.g. covers, gappers etc.). Figure 7 Transfer Profile Sections o 5 The return units (See Figure 8.) contain the return pulley (1), mounted on roller bearings that rotate around the shaft (2). The bearing assembly is clamped on both sides by covers (3). The transfer profile section end is covered with a profile cover (end cap) (4). Figure 8 Return Units 2 3 --e---0j---- 4/11 1 30 Equipment Description 2001-September-28
  15. 15. SIEMENSDEMATIC Model 7900 Series Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide SK 200 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor The SK 200 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor (See Figure 9.) is designed for live loads of 200-kg in the accumulating mode. This conveyor is designed for use in transfer systems where end-mounted drive units are not feasible. The drive can be fixed anywhere between the return pulley units. Reverse operation is possible if a fixed roller replaces the spring take-up. Figure 9 SK 200 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor SK 500 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor The SK 500 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor (See Figure 10.) is designed for live loads of 500-kg in the accumulating mode. This conveyor is designed for use in transfer systems where end-mounted drive units are not feasible. The center drive provides a transfer direction that is towards or away from the drive, and not bi-directional. Figure 10 SK 500 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor 2001-September-28 Equipment Description 31
  16. 16. Model 7900 Series SIEMENSDEMATIC Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide SK 1000 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor The SK 1000 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor (See Figure 11.) is designed for live loads of 1000-kg in the accumulating mode. Transfer is performed in the direction towards the end drive. Figure 11 SK 1000 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor SK 2000 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor The SK 2000 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor (See Figure 12.) is designed for live loads of 2000-kg in the accumulating mode. Transfer is performed in the direction towards the end drives. One motor drives each individual side of the conveyor track. ,-j Figure 12 SK 2000 Accumulating Roller Chain Conveyor 32 Equipment Description 2001-September-28
  17. 17. SIEMENSDEMATIC Model 7900 Series Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide Model 7915 Chain Conveyors One advantage of chain conveyors is the application; it is better suited for longer runs than belt conveyors. Graphite is added to all belts to minimize static load, making belt conveyors inappropriate for any type of clean room application (e.g. computers). Most chain models run in only one direction and loose hardware may become lodged in the chain, causing damage to the system. A take-up is available in all non-reversible units. Live load capabilities are increased if there is no accumulation. Before applying under these circumstances, be sure that the customer does not intend to accumulate product in the future. Use Table 14 for model comparison to determine which chain conveyor your customer should use. Calculate Live Load on page 71 before selecting a chain conveyor for any system. Table 14 Comparison Chart of all Chain Conveyors Model 7915 Chain Conveyors Data I Measurement SK 200 SK 500 SK1000 SK 2000 Live Load/Drive: (kg) Accumulating Mode " 200 ,,500 ,,1000 ,,2000 Transfer Mode " 300 ,,750 ,,1500 Live Load: Steel Support Roller (M1 " kg/m) " 450 Plastic Support Roller (M2 " kg/m) " 300 Nominal Length (NL = mm) 480-6000 11 0-6000 Conveying Width (FB = mm) 160-1500 Transfer Direction (FR =) Reversible I Either Towards Drive Other RST 150 Specs. Motor Angle (ML = 0) 0,180,270 0,270 Friction Coefficient: !l = 90 only on outside ca. 0.07 Drive Type Center End Motor Distance (MA =) Selectable Speed/Motor Variables SK 200 SK 500/ SK 1000 / SK 2000 Motor Type: WAF20* Motor Type: WAF30* Power I I(A) r--- I Ratio* I Output Driveshaft* -S-pe-e-d~1Power I I(A) I jRatio* Output Driveshaft* Speed (kW) 60.00i 60m/s 13 RPM* 16560.09 27.6 1656 •0.74 48.00 34.5 39.00 42.5 1.52 1.48 75.00 22.1 0.59 105675 1656 0.37 0.55 0.74 0.25 1.12 0.7 0.6 460V 60.00 460V RPM* 780 1 165648 108025 108048 0.19 0.24 0.30 0.15 (1/min) (kW) (1/min) m/s h motor. ** Identifies Siemens Dematic mounting flange. 14.1 0.10 22.5 0.16 27.6 0.19 34.5 0.24 44.1 0.31 2001-September-28 Model 7915 Chain Conveyors 75
  18. 18. Model 7900 Series SIEMENSDEMATIC Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide SK 200 Accumulating Chain Conveyor This conveyor has a reversible center drive. Figure 59 SK 200 Accumulating Chain Conveyor Specifications FB + 26 FB + 2 160 < FB < 1500 l::~,?.~:. :.:.:. :.:.:. :.:.:.:.:.:. ... : j :.:. ~ :.: SK 200 Transfer Speeds 1 Speed IPower IFull Load Current (400V, 50 Hz) V (m/s) P (kW) In (A) Nominal length NL 0.08 0.12 0.58 Motor distance MA ~ NL - 225) 0.16 0.12 0.39 126 126 0.20 0.12 0.39 0.25 0.12 0.39 '''' " 0.29 0.18 0.55 0.38 0.18 0.55 102 258 w -"- 1 Speed increase at idle:::; 12% Supports, see Chapter "Accessories 3" ] max. 2000 Motor angle ML Motor inside Motor outside 90· ..~ ~{~E o :'lTtT, 0 '-K1~' 180 U.R. 0 Motor position tfi( EfIT~ I;;;':> from FB ~ 250 mm 270· 270· only outside possible 76 Model 7915 Chain Conveyors 2001-September-28
  19. 19. SIEMENSDEMATIC Model 7900 Series Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide SK 500 Accumulating Chain Conveyor This conveyor has a nonreversible center drive that may be driven in either direction, but not both. A spring take-up is included with this component. Figure 60 SK 500 Accumulating Chain Conveyor Specifications a co SK 500 Transfer Speeds 1 Speed lPower IFull Load Current (400V, 50 Hz) V (m/s) P (kW) In (A) 0.08 0.25 0.85 0.16 0.37 1.24 Nominallenqth NL 0.20 0.37 1.24 Motor distance MA ~ NL - 225) 0.25 0.37 1.24 126 197 126 0.32 0.55 1.61 1 Speed increase at idle::;; 12% , ,'" .. .' ' ' .. , ' "1:11""',,· 'IT _ !!!! / ::!: 102 ~~: '., 300 I "-, !!!! ::!i ./ j:, .:.Tt, I0 Supports, see Chapter "Accessories 3" , [ max. 2000 Motor angle ML Motor inside Motor outside 90' ,--, ~"'IIII,,!!li~ ;::/-i',tfi 180'r:'tiiL.l~ ">" ~_~u~.~ 0' 180'1":1,H ' t,~.u ••• ',J-fB ::::~ 0' fiffi..,· , •.. ,nj "~ Motor position '..:~J r~~~"- from FB ~ 285 mm 270' 270' only outside possible 2001-September-28 Model 7915 Chain Conveyors 77
  20. 20. SIEMENSDEMATIC Model 7900 Series Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide SK 2000 Accumulating Chain Conveyor This conveyor has two end drives which signifies the direction of transfer. Figure 62 SK 2000 Accumulating Chain Conveyor Specifications FB + 26 FB + 2 160 < FB < 1500 o o o rn M M SK 2000 Transfer Speeds 1 166 Speed Ipower IFul1 Load Current (400V, 50 Hz) Nominal length NL 439 126 V (m/s) P (kW) In (A) 0.08 0.25 0.85 r- CJ 0.16 0.37 1.24 CJ j!! ,/" !!L,-- 0.20 0.37 1.24 0.25 0.37 1.24 0.32 0.55 1.61 Jt', 'Jf 1 Speed increase at idle::; 12% 1, Supports, see chaper "Accessories 3' " r max. 2000 Motor angle ML 90' _ ~-_._-.-:;:: FR :~: ·""1::: ~o' a~ ~~;;~ 270' Motor position from FB 5. 285 mm only outside possible 2001-September-28 Model 7915 Chain Conveyors 79
  21. 21. SIEMENSDEMATIC Model 7900 Series Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide Model 7922 Single-Belt Conveyors Single-Belt Conveyors transport the Workpiece Carrier (WPC) by the drag action of a constantly driven conveyor belt on one side, and a non-driven wheeled track on the other side. With the low-wear conveying belt, individual WPCs can be stopped individually and buffered on the moving conveyor. Transfer by positive friction is guaranteed where the length, called dimension FBQ, of the WPC is equal to or greater than 0.8-times the conveying width, called dimension FB. The non-driven side of a single-belt conveyor may be a steel carrier roller, plastic roller or gravity roller chain. The conveyor live load is 100-kg/m and ranges in transfer speeds of 0.07 to 0.37-m/s. The transfer line (6) consists of two, parallel transfer profile sections. (See Figure 20.) One section is provided with a belt support (5) and belt (6) for transferring the WPC. The second profile section provides the support for the non-driven wheeled track (7). The flange edge (8) ensures positive guidance of the WPC. The flange edge can also be provided with a clip-on guide strip of polyamide for added wear protection. The upper chamber holds the belt (EG 60, 70 and 300 only) while the bearing portion is carried by the belt support; or the upper chamber may hold the roller chain that is supported by two round-section bars (10) retained at the end by a bolt. The center bore (11) is provided for profile section extensions. These extensions enable transfer section interconnections and drive and return pulley assembly connections. Three fixing pins (12) prevent the transfer profile section from twisting. The longitudinal grooves (13) provide the means for connecting the transfer section to the upright supports. The grooves also enable mounting further accessories (such as gappers, positioning units, etc.). The remaining single-belt conveyors differ in design as the belt is returned through the lower chamber. Figure 20 Transfer Profile Sections 12 13 2001-September-28 Equipment Description 37
  22. 22. Model 7900 Series SIEMENSDEMATIC Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide EG 60 Single-Belt Conveyor The EG 60 Single-Belt Conveyor (See Figure 21.) is designed for a maximum live load of 60-kg in the accumulating mode. The EG 60 is bi-directional and uses a Dunker Motor center drive. The motor's small size provides an advantage over the other single-belt conveyors. Figure 21 EG 60 Single-Belt Conveyor EG 70/1.5 Single-Belt Conveyor The EG 70/1.5 Single-Belt Conveyor (See Figure 22.) is designed for a live load of 70-kg in the accumulating mode. This conveyor has a maximum nominal length of 1500-mm and does not require a spring take-up. The EG 70/1.5 is bi- directional and uses a center drive. Figure 22 EG 70/1.5 Single-Belt Conveyor (without take-up) 38 Equipment Description 2001-September-28
  23. 23. r SIEMENSDEMATIC Model 7900 Series Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide EG 70/5 Single-Belt Conveyor The EG 70/5 Single-Belt Conveyor (See Figure 23.) is designed for a live load of 70-kg in the accumulating mode. This conveyor has a nominal length of 1501 to 5000-mm and requires a spring take-up. The EG 70/5 is bi-directional and uses a center drive. Figure 23 EG 70/5 Single-Belt Conveyor EG 150 Single-Belt Conveyor The EG 150 Single-Belt Conveyor (See Figure 24.) is designed for a live load of 150-kg in the accumulating mode. The EG 150 is bi-directional and uses a center drive. Figure 24 EG 150 Single-Belt Conveyor 2001-September-28 Equipment Description 39
  24. 24. Model 7900 Series SIEMENSDEMATIC Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide EG 180 Single-Belt Conveyor The EG 180 Single-Belt Conveyor (See Figure 25.) is designed for a live load of 180-kg in the accumulating mode. This conveyor offers increased motor power and greater nominal lengths. The transfer operation is performed by belt traction towards the drive station, which is arranged at the end of the conveyor track. Figure 25 EG 180 Single-Belt Conveyor EG 300 Single-Belt Conveyor The EG 300 Single-Belt Conveyor (See Figure 26.) is designed for a live load of 300-kg in the accumulating mode. The conveyor offers increased motor power and greater nominal lengths. The transfer operation is performed by belt traction'-/ towards the drive station, which is arranged at the end of the conveyor track. Figure 26 EG 300 Single-Belt Conveyor 40 Equipment Description 2001-September-28
  25. 25. SIEMENSDEMATIC Model 7900 Series Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide Model 7922 Single-Belt Conveyors The single-belt conveyor will only be applicable in approximately 10% of all belt applications. Only light pallets should be used when applying this equipment (maximum=18-kg). The carrier position and size is very important when using this model. FBQ must be larger than FB and maintain a 60:40 relationship. Use Table 16 for model comparison to determine which belt conveyor your customer should use. Calculate Live Load on page 71 before selecting a belt conveyor for a system. Conveying only 100 Width I ,,300 Selectable,,230 EG 70/51 (kg) = =on 2000 90 Center EG 150 204-1500 mm) " ,,70 70/1.5 EG ,,100 Reversible90 only Center" 60 ,,180 160-1500 499-1 I on outside ,,270 " 16 (MA=) 0) ,,100 160-2000 ,,150 ,,110 ,,450 0,270(FR ,,100 11501-5000 ,,100 383-20000 60 0,270 1-30180 90 Comparison ITable300EG (FB=)mm)outside Chart of all " 110 Conveyors 0,180,270 (kg/m) (NL I Center (ML Measurement Belt e-up drive station I Traction towards Data Model 7922 Single-Belt Conveyors Speed/Motor1i0.12Variables 1656(kW) m/s 13 60.00 0.2954.4 14.33 0.1942.5 1656PowerRatio* 0.74 0.2334.5 39.00 14.1 48.00 75.00 60.00 1.52 i 1.12 6027.6 460V 22.1 (1/min) 27.6 780 16564834.5 10804822.5 0.59 105675 1656 0.25 0.55 0.07 0.7 0.6 0.28 0.22 0.18 0.11 0.14 460V Speed RPM* 0.37 RPM* Im/s (1/min) I(A) Output EG 150/ EG 180/ EG 300 Driveshaft* Motor Type: W AF30* I Speed EG70 IRatio* l~utPut * These are the criteria that SEW Eurodrive GmbHCo. needs to identify each motor. ** This part number includes a Siemens Dematic inclusive flange that must be added to the SEW motor. 2001-September-28 Model 7922 Single-Belt Conveyors 89
  26. 26. Model 7900 Series SIEMENSDEMATIC Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide EG 60 Single-Belt Conveyor This conveyor is driven by a Dunker Motor, which is much smaller than the drives used on the other single-belt conveyors. The wheeled rail on this model may be a steel or plastic carrier roller, or gravity roller chain. Figure 69 EG 60 Single-Belt Conveyor Specifications FB + 26 , 85 FB + 2 160 ~ FB ~ 1500 Klemmenkasten-Lage Nennlange NL Moto~bstand (MA '" NL-80) MAmin=80 28 .1 28 EG 60 Transfer Speeds 1 Speed Ipower IFull Load Current (400V, 50 Hz) V (m/s) P (kW) In (A) 0.21 0.09 0.31 0.27 0.09 0.31 Motorlage ML 0.34 0.09 0.31 StUtzen s. Kapitel Zubehor r, 900 (nur auBen) ~~ 1 Speed increase at idle::; 12% 1800 (nur auBJnV rh'i ~ -" 00 [lJ L...J ~ ~~-f!l---~i 2700 Motorlage ML 1800 gedreht max. 2000 um Motorlangsachse r, 900 (nur auBen) ~~ ~ ~-ffi-~--~ 180"[ Hl ~ _" 00 (nur auBen) " Motorposition -. c5L~~ L...J ab FB < 160 mm nur auBen moglich 2700 90 Model 7922 Single-Belt Conveyors 2001-September-28
  27. 27. Model 7900 Series SIEMENSDEMATIC Modular Assembly Conveyor System (MACSTM) Application Guide ~ I Single-Belt Conveyor Layouts Figure 75 represents the only layout where the single-belt conveyor has an advantage over double-belt conveyor. The single belt is used to transport on the inside track, while wheels are used on the outside. Figure 75 Single Belt Layout Example WDRK PIECE CAHR.!ER 96 Model 7922 Single-Belt Conveyors 2001-September-28
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  29. 29. r K'api4la«.- Systems Materials Handling Products Tab Page Air Cargo Handling Systems Air Cargo Cooler Room (CR) CR1 Elevating Transfer Vehicle (ETV) ETV.1 Powered Conveyor (PC) PC.1 Warranty (Air Cargo) Warranty. 1 Automatic Guided Vehicle Systems (AGVS) AGVS AGVS Vehicle Manager (VM) VM.1 DemAGView AGV System Monitor DemAGView.1 Constant System Monitor™ CSM.1 DC-20 Automatic Guided Vehicle-Unit Load Carrier DC-20.1 DC-40 Automatic Guided Vehicle DC-40.1 DC-200 Automatic Guided Vehicle-Heavy Duty Unit Load Carrier DC-200.1 DC-600 Automatic Guided Vehicle-Heavy Duty Unit Load Carrier DC-600.1 DL-40 Automatic Guided Vehicle DL-40.1 DT-24 Automatic Guided Tow Vehicle DT-24.1 DT-40 Automatic Guided Tow Vehicle DT-40.1 DT-60 Automatic Guided Tow Vehicle DT-60.1 DT-100 Automatic Guided Tow Vehicle DT-1 00.1 DX-40 Automatic Guided Vehicle-Unica,YY DX-40.1 Warranty (AGVS) Warranty.2 Automated Storage/Retrieval Systems (AS/RS) AS/RS AKL 50 Automatic Miniload AKL50.1 AKL 300 Automatic Miniload AKL300.1 Destamat I Automatic Unit Load Destamat1.1 Destamat 1224 Automatic Unit Load Destamat1224.1 AKL Multistore ™ Miniload AS/RS AKLmultistore.1 AKL Automatic Miniload Storage Module AKLamsm.1 Transfer Cars - Storage and Retrieval TC.1 Warranty (AS/RS) Warranty.3 8/5/99 Copyright © 1999 Mannesmann Dematic Rapistan Corp. TOC.1
  30. 30. K'Qpi4/44I... Systems Materials Handling Products Tab Page Baggage Handling Systems Baggage Slope Plate Claim and Makeup Device SPC.1 Flat Plate (Type A) Claim/Makeup Device FPC.1 High Speed Low-Impact 2000 Pusher System Pusher.1 Slider Bed, 45 Degree Merge and Power Belt Curves SB.1 Warranty (Baggage Conveyors) : Warranty.4 Distribution Conveyor Systems Conveyors 100 Gravity Wheel (2 pages) 100.1 200 Gravity Roller 1.4" Diameter Galvanized Steel. 200.1 Gravity Roller 1.9" Diameter Galvanized-1/4" Round Axle 200.2 Gravity Roller 1.9" Diameter Galvanized-7/16" Hex Axle 200.3 Gravity Roller Tapered Gravity Roller Curve 200.4 300 Gravity Conveyor Accessories Stops (Fixed Angle and Hand Case) 300.1 Inline Work Station Plate 300.2 Neutral Converging Spu r and "V" Cu rves 300.2 Spur and "V" Curve Switches 300.3 6-Way Combination "V" and Spur Switch 300.3 Spur Curves and "V" Curves 300.4 Beds Punched on 5-foot Centers 300.5 Plastic Coated Roller. 300.5 Case Counter and Guard Rails 300.5 Gate Sections : 300.6 Ball Transfers (Table, Plate and Strip) 300.7 Extendable Gravity Conveyor 300.8 TOC.2 Copyright © 1999 Mannesmann Dematic Rapistan Corp. 8/5/99
  31. 31. Materials Handling Products Tab Page Distribution Conveyor Systems 400 Belt Conveyor 405 Slider Bed (2 pages) 405.1 406 Walk Pick (2 pages) 406.1 407 Bulk Package Belt Conveyor (2 pages) 407.1 410 Belt-On-Roller (2 pages) 41 0.1 460 Empty Carton (2 pages) 460.1 900 Curves and Junctions 960 180 Degree Tapered Live Roller Curve 960.1 973 V-Belt Live Roller Junction (2 pages) 973.1 975 Flat Belt Turn 975.1 976 Spiral Belt Turn 976.1 977 Flat Belt Turn (2 pages) 977.1 985 V-Belt Live Roller Curve 985.1 996 Round Belt Live Roller Curve and Junction (3 pages) 996.1 1100 Live Roller 1102 Live Roller. 1102.1 1110 Continuous Chain Live Roller 1110.1 1176 Padded Chain Live Roller 1176.1 1200 Accumulation 1211, 1221, 1230 V-Bottom Belt Wheel APC® (3 pages) 1200.1 1254 Lineshaft Conveyor (2 pages) 1254.1 1256 Lineshaft Conveyor (3 page~ 1256.1 1265 Narrow Belt Liv~ Roller APC ~ pages) 1265.1 1274 V-Bottom Belt live Roller APC (2 pages) 1274.1 1276 Padded Chain Live Roller APC® (2 pages) ..· 1276.1 1277 V-Bottom Belt Live Roller APC® (2 pages) 1277.1 1278 Narrow Belt Live Roller APC® (2 pages) 1278.1 8/5/99 Copyright © 1999 Mannesmann Dematic Rapistan Corp. TOC.3
  32. 32. K'alti4.1441- Systems Materials Handling Products Tab Page Distribution Conveyor Systems 1800 Accessories Guard Rails and Roller ActivatorBelt.. 1800.1 45 Degree Wheel Sweep Plate 1800.2 Sweep Rail 1800.2 Guide Drums and Guide Wheels 1800.2 Traffic Controllers (LD, MD and HD) 1800.3 Hold Down Strips and Counterbalanced Wheel Gate 1800.3 Return Belt Roller Assemblies 180004 Product (Case) Stops 1800.4 2000 Sortation 2305 Meter Belt (2 pages) 2305.1 2310 Single Line Induction 231 OSLI.1 2310 Single Line Dual Servo Induction 231 OSLDSI.1 '--.-/ 2310 Multiple Line Induction (2 pages) 231 OMLI.1 2311 Multiple Line Induction (2 pages) 2311.1 2420 RS200 PLUS ™High Rate Sorter (2 pages) 2420.1 2421 RS200E PLUS™ High Rate Sorter (2 pages) 2421.1 2422 RS200T PLUS ™High Rate Sorter (2 pages) 2422.1 2450 Pusher Diverter (2 pages) 2450.1 2455 PS-140 Positive Sorter (2 pages) 2455.1 2459 Pop-Up-Wheel Belt Sorter (2 pages) 2459.1 2460 SR 150 Steerable Roller Belt Sorter (2 pages) 2460.1 2462 Crossbelt Sortation System (3 pages) 2462.1 2472 Tilt Tray Sortation System (4 pages) 2472.1 2475 Pneumatic (Bullfrog) Tilt Tray Sorter (2 pages) 2475.1 3000 Ancillary Products 3010 Flow Track and Flow Rack ( 2 pages) 3010.1 3020 Fixed Trailer Loader (2 pages) 3020.1 3021 Retractable Trailer Loader (2 pages) 3021.1 3025 Trailer Unloader 3025.1 3050 Cantilevered Extendable Conveyor (3 pages) 3050.1 3055 Gravity Extendable Loader (2 pages 3055.1 TOCA Copyright © 1999 Mannesmann Dematic Rapistan Corp. 8/5/99
  33. 33. K'ap.i41a«- Systems Materials Handling Products Tab Page Distribution Conveyor Systems 3500 Supports Trussing and Spacing Kits 3500.1 Supports (R1400, RCL, R200 Short, Multi-level and Ceiling Hangers) 3500.2 R3000 HD Supports 3500.3 Portable Supports (S-Stand and Straight) 3500.4 Connector Angles and Plates, Splice Plates 3500.5 3600 Controls Photoelectric Controls 3600.1 Mounting Brackets and Scanner Support 3600.2 RapidVI EW2 Reports Option 3600RRO.1 3640 RapidSORT™ Controller-Crossbelt (2 pages) 3640.1 3640 Sorter Control System-Crossbelt (3 pages) 3640SCS.1 3645 Sorter Control System-Tilt Tray (3 pages) 3645.1 Heavy Unit Load Conveyors 4000 Gravity Roller Gravity Roller Conveyor. 4000.1 4200 Live Roller 4215 Padded Chain Live Roller Conveyor 4215.1 4222 Roller-to-Roller Chain Live Roller Conveyor 4222.1 4223 Roller-to-Roller CDLR 4223.1 4300 Chain 4310 Chain Transportation (2 pages) 431 0.1 4320 Chain Transportation 4320.1 8/5/99 Copyright © 1999 Mannesmann Dematic Rapistan Corp. TOC.5
  34. 34. K'api4kut... Systems Materials Handling Products Tab Page Heavy Unit Load Conveyors 4400 Accumulation 4415 Padded Chain Live Roller APC® 4414.1 4456 Lineshaft Conveyor (2 pages) 4456.1 In-Process Conveyor Systems 4500 Demag Transfer System (DTS) Modular Assembly Conveyor Systems (MACS) Engineering Brochure Distribution Conveyor Systems Appendix Appendix Common Equipment Information Belts (2 pages) BEL TS.1 Chutes (4 pages) , CHUTES.1 Horsepower, Motors and Reducers (5 pages) HP.1 Rollers and Wheels (2 pages) RLRS.1 Safety (8 pages) SAFETY.1 Warranty Warranty.5 Automated Electrified Monorail Systems Monorails Overhead Automated Electrified Monorail-DSB Track Track. 1 Overhead Automated Electrified Monorail-DSB Two-Way Track Switch Switch. 1 Overhead Automated Electrified Monorail-DSB Vehicle Vehicle.1 Inverted Automated Electrified Monorail IMS.1 Warranty (Monorails) Warranty.6 Paperless Order Fulfillment Paperless Picking . RapidPICK2 Table of Contents RP.1 ~ TOC.6 Copyright © 1999 Mannesmann Dematic Rapistan Corp. 8/5/99
  35. 35. Materials Handling Products • 200 Cartons Per Minute • Up to 540 FPM Sorter Speed • Four Variable Speed Belts Per Line • One Fixed Speed Belt Per Line 3-Belt Unit Model 2311 Multiple Line Induct (MLI) includes two parallel induct lines joined with a belt merge. The MLI allows low speed, economical conveyor to feed a high speed sorter with the required spacing. Model 2311 operates with the RS200 PLUS sorter. Automatic Pressure Conveyors (APC) with dynamic accumulation feed both induct lines. Next, the packages enter the first pair and then the second pair of induct belt sections. Each pair of belt sections has variable speed belts mechanically coupled to maintain a constant speed ratio between belts. Then the fifth belt, which runs at a constant speed equal to the sorter, feeds packages onto a belt merge. The merge shifts packages into single file and feeds the sorter. SPEED BELT APC RUNNING CONSTANT ~I MASTER SECTION SlA VE SECTION 2 TO 1 BELT MERGE IN DYNAMIC (FINAL GAPPING) (PREGAPPING) (SLAT OR VERTIBEl T) ACCUMULATION MODE BelT ~O.4 6 MASTER SECTION DRIVE (AC SERVOMOTOR) MECHANICAL (1 PER l~EI DlSC-2 CABINETS c:!::J ~ COUPLING SlA VE SECTION (FIXED BELT RATIO) DRIVE (AC SERVOMOTOR) ELECTRICAllY CONTROllED VARIABLE SPEED RATIO BETWEEN BEL T 2 AND 3 6500B26A.CGM 11/20/98 Copyright © 1998 Mannesmann Dematic Rapistan Corp. 2311 .1
  36. 36. K'D~i4lac..Systems Materials Handling Products Maximum Rate: Drives: 200 cartons per minute (16" cartons, 1-way First Four Belts: One AC Servo-Motor per pair divert). controlled by a Dual Servo Controller. 160 cartons per minute (16" cartons, 2-way Fifth Belt: Electric motor, sized per job. divert). Merge Bed: 7-1/2 hp and 2 hp electric motors. Widths Available: 24", 30", 36". Package Stability: Must tolerate .4g acceleration. Quantity Variable Speed Belts: Four (belts 1, 2, 3, and 4) in each induct line. Control: Programmable Sort Controller. Quantity Fixed Speed Belts: One (belt 5) in each Safety Pull Cord: Provided along entire length of induct line. the induction conveyor for emergency shutdown. Maximum Sorter Speed: 540 fpm Maximum Package Weight: 50 Ib per foot, 100 Ib per package Lengths: 28' total for belt units 1-4. 4' for belt unit 5. 27' for belt merge. Minimum Package Weight: 2 lb. Conveyable Package Widths: From 6" to 34" wide. Conveyable Package Lengths: From 9" to 42" long. Conveyable Package Heights: From 1" to 30" high. J :*B_L ~ - BELT SERVO ~ rBELT 3-3/4- -I r 39-112- J ~ 20' ~ INDUCT 4TH A FLOW --. •... CL 'SORTER 6500639A D4'3°1" 2-5/8 4'4'9-3/4"C B (in.) Side 2-1/8 1-3/4 1-1/2 9-1/8" 4'8" 4' 5'6-1/2" 1° 4'8" Side 10-3/8" 11-114" A (ft.) Servo 2311 .2 Copyright © 1998 Mannesmann Dematic Rapistan Corp. 11/20/98

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