Stainless steel safety switches

British safety switch manufacturer, Mechan Controls, is expanding its range of IP67 stainless steel non-contact safety switches for industrial machinery. Engineers and equipment manufacturers can choose from an extensive array of standard magnetic or coded magnetic switches, all of which are now available in low-maintenance, 316 grade stainless steel.
“Stainless steel offers many obvious advantages to machinery designers and engineers,” said Mechan Controls Technical Director, Mabruk Farrah. “Its resistance to chemicals and corrosion make it well suited for processes involving potentially aggressive materials or those which are subject to very demanding cleaning regimes. The standard magnetic Magnasafe range and our high-security coded magnetic ISIS switches can all now be produced in stainless steel. This, together with their non-contact switching systems, which are tolerant to misalignment and the presence of moisture, enables customers to maintain effective and reliable safety controls, even in hygiene-critical areas that are regularly washed down”.

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