When we started, in 1987, to translate our ideas into products like safety edge PU foam, we did not have a clue as to where our entrepreneurial trip would end. At the time, production, design, and sales of safety edge PU foam took place in our parents’ garage! Since our founding, several product groups like safety edge PU foam have been designed and successfully launched in the machine safety devices market. We also welcome your comments and any criticism, as this will help us to improve and to create new solutions like safety edge PU foam
safety edge PU foamThe sensor part of the safety edge or safety edge PU foam is positioned directly behind the front portion of the rubber profile. Separation of the contact position does not rely on a bending of the contact chain, but on the re-direction of the external radial forces to internal axial forces.
safety edge PU foam: Actuation will commence at low actuating forces and after a very short response travel, providing a fast response time. The full remaining height of the rubber profile is available as an over-travel. In particular with regard to the prevention of injuries, large over-travels are of enormous importance for a safety sensitive edge, safety edge PU foam.
Because of the rotationally symmetrical design of the contact chain, our safety edge PU foam, edges can theoretically be operated from any direction, that is, their sensitive range covers 360°.
safety edge PU foamautomation + automotive + warehouse + machines + industry + plant facility + hall + mechanical + engineering + outdoors outside + plant + engineering + car manufacturing + indoors inside + indoor use + outdoor use + assembly shop + factory building + storage room storage place
water resistant + categorie 3 + NBR oil resistant + UV resistant + dense + categorie 4 + base resistant + coolant resistant + ozone resistant + short response travel + large over-travel + opening break contacts + secure safe + soft
machine guards + lifting tables + theatre stages + sliding doors + carriages + rotating doors + lifting stages + automatically guided vehicles (AGV) + mechanical engineering + conveyors (conveyor technology) + plant engineering + automation + automotive + automobile + lifts + rotation
The Machinery Directive states that dangerous machines may only be put into operation, if comprehensive safety measures have been taken to protect the personnel working with these machines.