Adjustable feets and standard elements

Feet and standard elements to be used in alsmost every industry...
Other applications such as conveyors, palletizers, robotic arms, appliances, shelving, scales, presses, electrical cabinets and many more, find in the adjustable feet the ideal component.

The foot, is a technical industrial product composed of a spindle/screw and a base/plate for levelling and supporting structures of different nature. The leveling foot, especially in the last 30 years, has become an integral part of the package needed to assemble almost any machine: if combined with other technical articles of undoubted synergy can indeed provide great satisfaction to those who want to actively offer it to their customers.

Among the most common applications surely we can cite the machinery, any type of machine so to say, in fact installed on wheels or adjustable leveling feets:

From the most recent ones, such as:

  • Numerical control lathes
  • Milling machines
  • Machining centers
  • Water-, laser-, plasmacutting
  • Wood working industry
  • Textile industry
  • Glass or ceramic industry
  • Pulp & paper industry
  • and so on..

Even more demanding in terms of hygiene standards are:

  • Chemical industry
  • Cosmetic industry
  • Food & Beverage industry
  • Military applications
  • Packaging industry
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Solar and renewable energy
  • Tobacco industry
  • and so on.. 

The foot is a relatively simple artifact, technically speaking, but the modern industry’s requirements for high performing materials that must satisfy REACH and RoHS regulations, but also USDA and 3A Sanitary Standards, make it harder to handle it.

A foot not reliable 100% could compromise the entire machine performance.
The difficulties of finding quality items at an affordable price with an immediate availability on the market may discourage anyone. The almost infinite variations of a single item in fact make it difficult to keep this product in stock without a strong economical commitment. 

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Source: ihb