Safety rope switches for conveyor and machine applications

The Omega GLHD Series of safety rope switches are designed for applications such as chemical, water, electronics, automotive, and warehousing/shipping.

08/14/2016


The Omega GLHD Series of safety rope switches are designed for applications such as chemical, water, electronics, automotive, and warehousing/shipping. Courtesy: Omega EngineeringThe Omega GLHD Series of safety rope switches are designed to mount on machines and sections of conveyors which cannot be protected by guards. They are designed for applications such as chemical, water, electronics, automotive, and warehousing/shipping. These stainless steel heavy-duty switches will protect long conveyor lengths up to 250 m. The GLHD Series of safety rope switches can initiate the emergency command from any point along the installed rope length and provide robust emergency stop, rope pull protection for exposed conveyors or machines. All GLHD switches conform to ISO13850 and EN60947-5-5 and can survive indoor or outdoor use including washdown NEMA 6 (IP67) rating. 

Omega Engineering

www.omega.com 

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