The 5000 gripper family from Zimmer Group offers you maximum performance and flexibility in production.

This range includes both electric and pneumatic grippers that have sealed steel-in-steel guides compliant with IP64 and are the best on the market. Not only do they feature outstanding performance data, they also have an award-winning design.

The 5000 gripper family from Zimmer Group offers you maximum performance and flexibility in production. This range includes both electric and pneumatic grippers that have sealed steel-in-steel guides compliant with IP64 and are the best on the market. Not only do they feature outstanding performance data, they also have an award-winning design.


ZIMMER GROUP'S EXPERTISE - YOUR ADVANTAGES
► Up to 30 % more gripping force than the Benchmark
► 10 % higher static forces and torques than the Benchmark
► Gripper fingers up to 10 % longer than the Benchmark
► Gripper finger weight up to 15 % higher than the Benchmark
► Sealed IP64 guide / IP67 protector version (with sealing air)
► Protected against corrosion
► Up to 30 million cycles without maintenance


DURABLE
Zimmer Group's product portfolio is coordinated to the needs of their customers and provides the perfect solution for any application. The 5000 series provides you with a comprehensive worry-free package - including corrosion protection, IP67 and 30 million cycles without maintenance.


UNIVERSAL
Mechatronic grippers make any type of production more flexible. Since 1992, they have been an established part of Zimmer Group's supply product range, as they combine maximum performance with simple operation. The 5000 series combines features from pneumatics, electrical systems and hybrid technology.


PRECISE
Zimmer Group have been continually developing and improving their grippers since 1980. These years of experience are reflected in each gripper, and especially in the premium GPP5000 universal grippers.

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