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TWO HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE FOR ACCESS DOORS

TWO HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE FOR ACCESS DOORS
The latest developments from the safety specialists Euchner include twin-headed switches designed for use with two adjacent machine access or cell enclosure guards. Previously, it would have been necessary to use two separate switches for this purpose, involving not only additional material costs, but also extra control circuitry and monitoring facilities.
5th December 2007

NON-CONTACT SWITCHES PROVIDE CAT.4 SAFETY FOR MULTIPLE MACHINE GUARDS

NON-CONTACT SWITCHES PROVIDE CAT.4 SAFETY FOR MULTIPLE MACHINE GUARDS
Non-contact switching in series – the new CES-AR-C from Euchner makes it possible to monitor several safety guards at once. Up to 20 devices can be included in one switch chain.
7th November 2007

Complete kit of machinery safety guides and utilities

Complete kit of machinery safety guides and utilities
Procter Machine Guarding is offering a free kit comprising the latest editions of the company's hugely popular machinery safety guides and software utilities. Three of these are designed to help designers, builders and users of machinery comply with current Regulations and standards, while the fourth is for prudent managers who want to prepare themselves for all eventualities.
28th September 2007


New slipping clutches from Geeplus protect against overlead

New slipping clutches from Geeplus protect against overlead
A new range of slipping clutches from Geeplus are designed to protect clutches and other rotating components against overload in order to limit the maximum torque applied to the primary drive. These devices incorporate a spring mechanism which transmits power without slipping, up to the point where the torque is sufficient to release the spring, at which stage the device slips with constant friction torque.
25th September 2007

Security plus safety in Euchner EKS FSA access system

Security plus safety in Euchner EKS FSA access system
The innovative EKS (Electronic Key System) supplied by Euchner, has been further developed to incorporate FSA (For Safety Applications). This ensures that all aspects of both safety and security can be accommodated, where access is required to machine functions or even complex production processing installations.
17th September 2007


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