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Otto Ganter GmbH & Co. KG

Triberger Str. 3, 78120 Furtwangen
Germany
Telephone +49 7723 65070
Fax +49 7723 4659
info@ganternorm.com

Hall map

components hall map (Hall 18): stand B20

Fairground map

components fairground map: Hall 18

Contact

Berthold Ganter

Abteilungsleiter Vertrieb Deutschland

Phone
+49 7723 6507-0

Email
info@ganternorm.com

Dirk Amann

Sales Manager International

Phone
+49 7723 6507-0

Email
info@ganternorm.com

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 05  Handling technology
  • 05.02  Handling systems

Handling systems

  • 07  Machine parts, components, accessories
  • 07.04  Handles, feets
  • 07  Machine parts, components, accessories
  • 07.07  Switches

Switches

  • 07  Machine parts, components, accessories
  • 07.08  Others

Others

Our products

Product category: Handles, feets

Gripping trays – for a streamlined grip

Elegantly covered or visibly bolted, available in a variety of surfaces and colors: The gripping trays GN 7330 and GN 7332 are new additions to the extensive standard parts selection of Ganter.

In contrast to typical handles, gripping trays offer the advantage that they are flush to the surface, making them ideal for applications that require saving space, such as in vehicle assembly or in the production of flightcases for event equipment.
Ganter, the standard parts specialist in the Black Forest, now offers customers the two new gripping trays GN 7330 and GN 7332 with two different standard mounting options: The gripping trays can be mounted either from the operator‘s side with countersunk screws or from the back with grub screws. In addition, Ganter offers both gripping trays with or without sealing.

With the sealed front mounting versions, countersunk sealing screws together with the housing sealing prevent the entry of any fluids or dust into the housing interior. This solid construction has been tested to verify optimal compliance with the protection class IP 66 “Protection from total dust ingress” and “Protected from high pressure water jets from any direction”.
The gripping trays GN 7330 are made of die-cast zinc and sup- plied with a powder coating in the standard colors black or silver. Coating in a different color is also possible on request. In addition, Ganter customers can choose between the two different housing lengths of 127 and 155 mm.
The Stainless Steel-Gripping trays GN 7332 are available with a length of 155 mm and are made of high-quality deep-drawn, rust- free stainless steel sheet with a surface blasted to a fine matte finish. The grub screws used to mount the tray from the back are not visible from the front, ensuring a dignified mounting to match the refined appearance of these gripping elements.

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Product category: Handles, feets

Standing strong

Machine feet, articulated feet, levelling feet, corrosion resistant stainless steel and elegant forms: The range of levelling feet available in the Ganter portfolio is extensive. And it continues to grow because the requirements only appear simple until you take a deeper look.

There is no doubt: At the start of an engineering process, developers pay hardly any attention to the levelling feet. And yet hardly any construction can be completed without levelling feet that support the entire load of everything above them. What must levelling feet offer to stand up to the harsh conditions of industrial applications?

Above all stability, the secure acceptance of any loads, precise adjustability and long service life. And finally, they must also visually express all of these qualities.

The latter aspect is particularly exemplified by the levelling foot GN 21 just added to the Ganter assortment. It consists entirely of stainless steel, its plate is machined from solid material and exhibits a refined surface. With mounting holes in the plate, the levelling foot bears the designation GN 23.

With levelling feet GN 445 / GN 445.5, the spindle ends in a ball which moves freely in the foot, allowing differences in incline between the ground and the machine to be easily compensated. The support surface is a droplet-shaped foot of fiber-reinforced polyamide. Two holes for mounting the levelling foot are prepared and only have to be punched out. The spindles are made either of steel or nonrusting stainless steel.

Also new are the “duckfoot” types GN 42 and GN 43. Their strange name comes from the half round, half rectangular shape. These levelling feet are suitable for universal use and have tolerance-friendly slots, while ribs reinforce the plate under heavy loads. Depending on the standard, either galvanized steel or stainless steel of quality A2 is used; a vulcanized layer on the underside of the plate is optionally available.

The two feet GN 44 and GN 45 are designed for applications in highly corrosive environments, which is why they are made of A4 stainless steel 1.4404. These have either a droplet-shaped support surface with fastening hole or they use a proven round plate shape; both variants are also optionally available with rubber underlay.
With these additions, Ganter has once again expanded its levelling feet selection with special elements – the range of options leaves hardly any wish unfulfilled. Alongside a variety of plate shapes, the spindles are available with or without locknuts, with adjustment sleeves for covering the thread as well as a variety of drive types or with internal thread – and all this in various material qualities.

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Product category: Handles, feets

GN 3664 Torque limiting tristar knobs

Torque limiting tristar knobs GN 3664 are used when the torque applied by hand must be set or limited.

When turned clockwise, the torque mechanism of the tristar knob triggers a “slipping” effect after the specified torque is reached. When turned anti-clockwise, the mechanism locks up to disable any torque limiting. This ensures that a maximum permissible torque is not exceeded, while the torque required for loosening is always transmitted reliably.

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About us

Company details

Standard Parts – for over 100 years.
Established in 1894 as a mechanical workshop, Ganter
released the first catalog for Standard Parts as early as
1912 – five years before the foundation of the Deutsche
Industrie Norm (DIN).
The idea of standardizing industrial products, manufacturing
them in economical lot sizes, storing and selling
them individually was entirely new at that time. Right to
this day, this principle has been the foundation of our actions
which, thanks to broad availability and the latest in
production engineering, guarantees ultimate benefits for
the customer.

Leading worldwide.
Ganter is at the leading edge in the development, production
and marketing of Standard Parts for the entire
industry. Quality and volume of production selection set
the standards across all industries. Ganter’s Standard
Parts are offered worldwide through an efficient sales
network. Quality, advice and availability are thus guaranteed
– wher ever you are located.

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