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Delu Luftkissen Transportgeraetetechnik- Transport without frontiers 14.12.09 08.28 Introducing video (7,7 MB) Modular
Delu Luftkissen Transportgeraetetechnik- Transport without frontiers
14.12.09 08.28
Introducing
video (7,7 MB)
Modular Air Cushions -Specifications
See use requirements
General Info
How to reach us
4 Air Cushion Modules
Worldwide
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Jobs
Load
Air
Operating
Lift Height
Dimension
Height
Supply hose
No.
Type
Capacity
Consumption
Pressure *
(mm)**
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)***
(kg)
(l/min)
1
4LTM-200-1
2 Bar (28 psi)
2 500
720
12
200
25
19
Technical info
2
4LTM-300-1
2 Bar (28 psi)
5 000
800
15
300
45
19
Floor Requirements
Synthetic mats
3
4LTM-380-1
2 Bar (28 psi)
7 500
1 300
20
380
50
25
Lifting Cushions
4
4LTM-450-1
2 Bar (28 psi)
10 000
1 500
22
450
50
25
Modules:
Requirements
5
4LTM-530-1
2 Bar (28 psi)
15 000
1 600
25
530
55
25
Modules:
6
4LTM-680-1
2 Bar (28 psi)
30 000
1 800
30
680
55
25
Specifications
7
4LTM-910-1
2 Bar (28 psi)
44 000
2 200
35
910
60
38
Legal notice
Disclaimer
8
4LTM-1220-1
2 Bar (28 psi)
80 000
2 400
40
1220
60
38
9
4LTM-450-2
4 Bar (57 psi)
20 000
2 600
22
450
50
38
10
4LTM-530-2
4 Bar (57 psi)
28 000
2 800
25
530
55
38
11
4LTM-680-2
4 Bar (57 psi)
48 000
3 640
30
680
55
38
12
4LTM-910-2
4 Bar (57 psi)
88 000
4 200
35
910
60
51
13
4LTM-1220-2
4 Bar (57 psi)
160 000
4 540
40
1220
60
51
14
4LTM-1400-2
4 Bar (57 psi)
240 000
6 300
50
1400
65
76
15
4LTM-2000-2
4 Bar (57 psi)
400 000
12 500
60
2000
70
76
16
6LTM-200-1
2 Bar (28 psi)
3 750
1 100
12
200
25
25
17
6LTM-300-1
2 Bar (28 psi)
7 500
1 200
15
300
45
25
18
6LTM-380-1
2 Bar (28 psi)
11 250
1 950
20
380
50
25
19
6LTM-450-1
2 Bar (28 psi)
15 000
2 250
22
450
50
38
20
6LTM-530-1
2 Bar (28 psi)
22 500
2 400
25
530
55
38
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21 6LTM-680-1

2 Bar (28 psi)

45 000

2 700

30

680

55

38

22 6LTM-910-1

2 Bar (28 psi)

66 000

3 300

35

910

60

38

23 6LTM-1220-1

2 Bar (28 psi)

120 000

3 600

40

1220

60

38

24 6LTM-450-2

4 Bar (57 psi)

30 000

3 900

22

450

50

38

25 6LTM-530-2

4 Bar (57 psi)

42 000

4 200

25

530

55

51

26 6LTM-680-2

4 Bar (57 psi)

72 000

5 450

30

680

55

51

27 6LTM-910-2

4 Bar (57 psi)

132 000

6 300

35

910

60

51

28 6LTM-1220-2

4 Bar (57 psi)

240 000

6 800

40

1 220

60

76

29 6LTM-1400-2

4 Bar (57 psi)

360 000

9 500

50

1 400

65

76

30 6LTM-2000-2

4 Bar (57 psi)

600 000

18 750

60

2 000

70

76

* Air pressure in the air-cushion module at maximum load

** Nominal lift at full load

*** The length of the supply hose is 30m

lift at full load *** The length of the supply hose is 30m 1- Air-cushion bellow

1- Air-cushion

bellow

2- Bearing plate made of aluminium profil

3- Landing pads

4- Air inlet

5- Supply hose

6- Shutoff valvel

7- Control desk for 4 or 6 air-cushion modules

8- Connecting

hose

9- 4 or 6 air cushion modules

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Transport without frontiers 14.12.09 08.28 Introducing video (7,7 MB) General Info How to reach
Transport without frontiers 14.12.09 08.28 Introducing video (7,7 MB) General Info How to reach
Transport without frontiers 14.12.09 08.28 Introducing video (7,7 MB) General Info How to reach

Introducing video (7,7 MB)

General Info

How to reach us

Worldwide

representatives

Jobs

Technical info

Floor Requirements

Synthetic mats

Lifting Cushions

Modules:

Requirements

Modules:

Specifications

Legal notice

Disclaimer

Modules: Specifications Legal notice Disclaimer Demands on the floor surface 1. Why special requirements on
Modules: Specifications Legal notice Disclaimer Demands on the floor surface 1. Why special requirements on
Modules: Specifications Legal notice Disclaimer Demands on the floor surface 1. Why special requirements on

Demands on the floor surface

Legal notice Disclaimer Demands on the floor surface 1. Why special requirements on the floor surface?
Legal notice Disclaimer Demands on the floor surface 1. Why special requirements on the floor surface?
Legal notice Disclaimer Demands on the floor surface 1. Why special requirements on the floor surface?

1. Why special requirements on the floor surface?

surface 1. Why special requirements on the floor surface? The picture below shows the function of
surface 1. Why special requirements on the floor surface? The picture below shows the function of
surface 1. Why special requirements on the floor surface? The picture below shows the function of

The picture below shows the function of an air-cushion. Inside of the lifting chamber with the load area “A” the overpressure has to be kept constantly higher than the load. For that reason there are no joints, gaps or cracks allowed, which could cause a deaeration of the lifting chamber.

The gap between the bellow of the air-cushion and the floor is very thin. Due to this fact the quality of the floor surface is very important for the use of the air-cushion technique, because it affects on the one hand directly the air-consumption and on the other hand it decides about the possibility to get an overpressure inside of the lifting chamber.

to get an overpressure inside of the lifting chamber. 2. Demands on the covered floor surface

2. Demands on the covered floor surface and the covering material

-Material

-Maximum

surface

pressure

wheel/floor

-

Minimum of

static friction

shoe

sole/floor

- Even- and

waveness

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Demands Smooth, polished and sealed concrete floor or smooth synthetic-resin coated floor (probably shock resistant through additional glass fibre layer)

P < 25 N/mm !

" = 0,4 (trocken/dry)

According to DIN 18202, part 5, line 4

Annotations The surface of the floor can affect the air-consumption and wear due to friction between the air-cushion bellow and the floor.n.

It is not allowed to detect any indentations on the floor-coating

According to VW-production facility specifications

The slope affects directly the necessary towing forces

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Surface

Rauhigkeit/roughness

roughness

Ra: 6,3 "m - 12,5 " m

- Joints, cracks

None

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Güteklasse 2, Rauhigkeitsgrößen nach DIN 4768, Teil 1, Oberfläche glatt wie Papier

Airtight Finish

and steps

 

Airtight, infinitly finish

-Material based on Polyurethane,

-

gap form: V-form (angle 90°)

shore-hardness circa 80, with very

Dehnungsfugen

high resilence capacity, without volume expansion during compression.

3. Evenness

The friction-coefficient of an active air-cushion is nearly zero. Therefore even the smallest slope causes a downward gliding of the load. This could create a dangerous situation, because especially heavy loads could get uncontrollable. The following table shows possible tolerances for the evenness of the floor.

Kind of execution

Standard execution according DIN 18202 part 5, line 3

Enhanced exactness according DIN 18202 part 5, line 4 Out levelled surface Out levelled surface with enhanced exactness

4. Steps

Evenness tolerance in [mm] depending on the distance between the measuring points

0,1m 1m

4m

10m

15m

2

4

10

12

15

1

3

9

12

15

1

3

6

6

6

1

1

3

5

5

Steps and sharp edges are "cutting" the pressure-cushion inside of the lifting chamber and the system breaks down (Fig. 4.1). The edge of the steps have to be chamfered to a ramp (Fig. 4.2). When designing a ramp the resulting descending forces should be taken into account. These have to be eliminated through securing the system with winches (manual systems) or by means of inbuilt drives (automatic systems) .

systems) or by means of inbuilt drives (automatic systems) . Fig. 4.1:In case of steps or

Fig. 4.1:In case of steps or sharp edges the pressure cushion inside of the lifting chamber is breaking down.

5. Cracks

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down. 5. Cracks http://www.delu-gmbh.de/Floor_req.htm Fig to drive over steps without disturbing the air-film or

Fig

to drive over steps without disturbing the

air-film or damaging the air-cushion bellow.

4.2: By means of a ramp it is easy

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The most available floor is polished concrete. This kind of floor has one important disadvantage. It gets very often cracks. Due to this fact it could happen that the air below the air-cushion, inside of the lifting chamber, flows away through the crack. The air-cushion breaks down and it isn't possible to continue with the transport. Cracks have to be filled with synthetic resin or something similar (Fig. 5.1). If the height difference between both sides of a crack is more than 0.5mm it has to be levelled out (Fig. 5.2).

is more than 0.5mm it has to be levelled out (Fig. 5.2). Fig. 5.1: Airtight sealing

Fig. 5.1: Airtight sealing of a crack with synthetic resin. Height difference less than 0.5 mm.

6. Expansion Gaps

resin. Height difference less than 0.5 mm. 6. Expansion Gaps Fig. 5.2: Height difference more than

Fig. 5.2: Height difference more than 0.5mm, both sides have to be levelled out.

Very often, it is not possible to avoid expansion gaps in the floor, because of structural demands. The filling material should be based on Polyurethane with a shore-hardness of approx. 80. To avoid damages to the edges of the floor and to be sure that the expansion gap will be rigid enough for the pressure, it should be executed in an angle of 90°. To keep the loss of air at a minimum, the surface of the filling should be cambered (Fig. 6.1). A concave surface curvature is not allowed, because the air-cushion can’t affect to the surface and to much air gets lost (Fig. 6.2).

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(Fig. 6.2). about us http://www.delu-gmbh.de/Floor_req.htm Fig. 6.1: Correct gap form, with gentle convex curvature.

Fig. 6.1: Correct gap form, with gentle convex curvature.

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