SCHUNK SRM Universal Rotary Unit

Compact and cost-effective

The SCHUNK SRM universal rotary unit ensures high performance for production automation. It significantly stands out when compared to existing rotary modules on the market.


Compact and cost-effective, the SRM features up to 25% higher torque and internal performance shock absorbers to provide impressively higher moment of inertia capacity, as well as faster swivel times compared to the current, top-rated SCHUNK SRU-plus.

The standard SRM offers a large and robust load mounting surface and large center bore for feeding through items like cables and hoses. Modular air feed-though and electrical feed-though versions are available.

The SCHUNK SRM is available in sizes 16, 32 and 40. Other sizes and options to follow.

About SCHUNK:
SCHUNK is the worldwide competence leader for clamping technology and gripping systems. Totaling more than 60 years of experience, SCHUNK is a family owned operation and a global player in one. For more information, visit www.schunk.com

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