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Scaglia Indeva to demo Liftronic solutions at Advanced Engineering

Posted 5 October 2018 · Add Comment

Chesterfield based Scaglia Indeva will be providing demonstrations of the Liftronic Easy, Liftronic Air and Liftronic Pro manipulators later this month at Advanced Engineering, being held in the NEC, Birmingham, 31st October – 1st November.

For almost 50 years Scaglia Indeva has been providing highly innovative intelligent handling solutions to major manufacturers throughout the world.  These solutions are the result of continued investment in skilled people, design, research and development and a modern manufacturing facility in Brembrilla, Italy.

Indeva is a specialist in the design and manufacture of industrial manipulators with a range of advanced manipulators that are combined with bespoke gripping devices designed for specific and sometimes complex lifting requirements.  Compatible with lean manufacturing principles, this range of lifting equipment enables increased productivity with enhanced flow of production lines, which in turn is proven to optimise limited space, eliminate waste and reduce costs.

From the beginning, ergonomics and safety have been at the core of Indeva’s design function and all manipulators are designed to reduce operator strain and injury in either heavy or repetitive lifting situations.  This increases employee wellbeing and can have a dramatic effect on reducing absenteeism and lost operational hours through illness or injury. Indeva’s lifting devices feature intelligent electronic control which provides faster, more reactive control combined with enhanced sensitivity to even the smallest movement of the controls by the operator, giving him or her far greater direction and a high level of safety.  The hardware and software architecture, together with the ergonomic design of the end effectors and gripping tools significantly improves operator wellbeing and reduces the risk of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMSDs).

As well as a range of advanced electronic manipulators, Indeva also manufactures a range of pneumatic devices, various components and Industry 4.0-ready products to offer customers the most complete range of material handling equipment on the market.

Since the late 1990s, Scaglia Indeva has been supplying modular structures and loose components designed to suit the lean manufacturing philosophy.  The Indeva Lean System  comprises a wide range of components that enables manufacturing plants to build a variety of structures to suit specific needs within the production process.

Scaglia Indeva works worldwide with many leading manufacturers in the aerospace sector.

Indeva in the UK is based at Coney Green, Chesterfield, Derbyshire where its sales, engineering and administration teams service customers throughout the UK. 


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