Doosan Robotics has teamed up with automation solutions specialist Air-Oil Systems for a strategic distribution partnership. Doosan Robotics’ full lineup of both collaborative and service robots can now be distributed by Air-Oil to customers across Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Doosan’s collaboration with Air-Oil Systems will expand its customer reach and distribution potential within the U.S. Doosan recently opened its Plano, Texas headquarters and partnered with Industrial Automation Supply as a partner and reseller in the Northeast.
Doosan’s four M-SERIES cobot models are all equipped with six torque sensors – one in each joint. The models have a working radius of 900 to 1,700 millimeters and a payload capacity of 6 to 15 kilograms.
Introduced in 2019, the company’s A-SERIES offers four separate models (A0509, A0509s, A0912, and A0912s). The lineup offers payload capacities between 5-9 kg and reaches between 900-1200 mm.
The H-SERIES lineup boasts the highest payload of the company’s range of collaborative robot applications. The cobots in this series offer payload capacities of 20 kg and 25 kg with a reach of 1700 mm and 1500 mm, respectively.
“Air-Oil has evolved over their long history as a distributor,” said Alex Lee, GM at Doosan Robotics Americas. “As they continue to grow and expand their expertise in automation and robotics we are thrilled that Doosan Robotics will play a key role. I look forward to our partnership and future success together.”
Air-Oil Systems’ manufacturing and industry expertise dates back nearly 60 years. The company has become a leading distributor and solutions resource within automation technology and robotics (among other industries).
“We feel that Doosan Robotics is going to revolutionize the collaborative robot marketplace with its feature rich safety attributes, simplified programming, and quick deliveries all at an incredible price point for a quick ROI,” stated Dennis Plasha, President at Air-Oil Systems Inc. “We are excited and honored to be a Channel Partner for Doosan Robotics in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland.”