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STAINLESS-STEEL SAFETY SWITCH SURVIVES AGGRESSIVE WASHDOWNS

07-05-2018
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Safety switches for the packaging and food industries are frequently exposed to harsh conditions, with aggressive solvents and high-pressure washdowns shortening the life of many devices.

The latest Euchner CTP series safety switch from Treotham Automation features extensive use of high-quality stainless steel to help it survive these aggressive environments for longer.

Like all safety switches from the CTP series, the stainless-steel CTP achieves category 4/PLe in accordance with EN ISO 13849-1, with no additional fault exclusion. It also complies with all the requirements of EN ISO 14119.

With its ingress ratings of IP67 and IP69K and a locking force of 3900N, the CTP is an all-round performer for demanding machine environments.

Treotham Automation
1300 65 75 64
www.treotham.com.au

 

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