Safety mats

The UMQ series of safety mats features a patented IP67 quick-disconnect cable connector that facilitates cable length changes in the field and is designed for backward compatibility with the mat cable location. Black safety mats in the series are available in standard sizes, with a standardized cable location.

03/15/2008


The UMQ series of safety mats features a patented IP67 quick-disconnect cable connector that facilitates cable length changes in the field and is designed for backward compatibility with the mat cable location. Black safety mats in the series are available in standard sizes, with a standardized cable location. Variations include metric sizes, angular and cut-out configurations and yellow-colored mats for visibility. Mat cables come in 5- and 10-meter lengths. The mats satisfy ANSI/RIA R15.06-1999, ISO 13856-1:2001, ANSI B11.19-2003, CSE Z432-04 and EN1760-1:1998 standards.

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