Binar Handling’s flexible NEO 30 rope balancer now available in Schmalz’s web store

The NEO 30 rope balancer responds directly to the worker’s hand movement, thus supporting the lifting and lowering of loads weighing up to 30 kilograms.

(PRESS RELEASE) GLATTEN, Germany, 21-Nov-2022 — /EuropaWire/ — J. Schmalz GmbH, the market leader in vacuum automation and ergonomic handling solutions, has announced the addition of Binar Handling’s NEO 30 rope balancer to its web store. The NEO 30 rope balancer comes with a rechargeable battery, which makes it mobile and independent of power or compressed air connections. The operator can adapt it ideally to his application with the help of various mechanical load handling devices.

J. Schmalz GmbH launches the NEO 30, the flexible rope balancer from Binar Handling AB, which has been part of the Schmalz family since March 2022. With the NEO 30, Schmalz also offers smaller industrial and craft businesses an ergonomic handling solution at an attractive price. The battery-powered rope lifting device does not require a separate power or compressed air connection and is quickly mounted on a crane boom or the trolley of a rail system. One battery charge is enough for 200 to 500 strokes – ideal for a day’s work. Operation is intuitive: sensors detect the manual forces of the person operating the machine and translate these into a speed and direction pulse. With its drive, the NEO 30 thus directly supports the lifting and lowering of loads up to a maximum of 30 kilograms.

As a load handling attachment, Schmalz optionally supplies a mechanical magnetic gripper, a load hook with spring catch, a scissor-type gripper or a flat hook gripper. This allows the customer to optimally adapt the NEO 30 to his application – whether for machine loading, for other logistical processes in the metal and electrical industry or for handling tires and rims in the automotive workshop.

For further information and interview requests, please contact our press team at any time (

SOURCE: Schmalz


Comments are closed.