Modular, flexible & individual for hot cells:
A100 telescope master-slave manipulator
Finding the perfect match for your individual requirements is no problem thanks to the modularity of the A100 Series and its multiple accessories.
Optimised for hot cells: The telescope A100 master-slave manipulator has many advantages
Three-part system – rapid, safe separation
Working arm, operating arm and wall bushing can be separated from one another quickly and easily. This means the wall bushing can be left in the screening wall for maintenance purposes, retaining its radiation protection properties and gas-proof closure.
Versatility through modularity.
Operating arm, working arm and wall bushing are compatible with A100 manipulators in all cases. This means that you can exchange the operating arm or working arm with other versions (e.g. other lengths) as required. The wall bushing is not affected by this. This enables us to provide maximum flexibility with maximum safety.
The A100 is available as a basic or double-telescopic manipulator. You can now reach more remote working areas.
The A100 components in the hot cell, such as gripper tongs, gripper jaws or additional tools can be changed remotely. Even when using protective covers (bootings).
Your advantages in all this:
- You save time changing and/or repairing components, resulting in increased efficiency
- Minimised spare parts storage means reduced cost/outlay
- Faster handling, resulting in minimal loss of time and increased productivity
Evolution – Expertise – Success
The telescopic master-slave manipulator A100 has been on the market since 1963. The basic principle - dividing the system into three parts; "cold" arm (master), implementation and "hot" arm (slave) - was a ground-breaking development at the time. Our A100 has quickly become the standard and since then been refined by HWM and is therefore still today one of the best handling systems on the market.
Get in touch with our contact person. He will be happy to answer all your questions competently and reliably.