Suspend, position large HMIs

Hoffman Syspend 281-Max HMI Suspension System for supporting and/or repositioning human-machine interface (HMI) enclosures and devices handles a maximum load capacity of 281 lb. The newest addition to the Syspend line, the 281-Max, features a modular platform of aluminum tubes and die-cast aluminum components.

12/01/2009


 

Hoffman Syspend 281-Max HMI Suspension System for supporting and/or repositioning human-machine interface (HMI) enclosures and devices handles a maximum load capacity of 281 lb. The newest addition to the Syspend line, the 281-Max, features a modular platform of aluminum tubes and die-cast aluminum components. Clean lines and smooth transitions between tubes and components provide attractive aesthetics and easy cleaning. Tubing provides structural integrity and acts as a conduit for equipment wiring. Six-fold positive connections between tubes and components, along with recessed mounting areas, deliver a secure attachment. Tubes attach with set screws that grab into recesses in system components for increased safety; no additional safety drilling is required. Design facilitates user-friendly re-adjustment at any time, without disassembling the complete system or calibrating off-site. Gasketed components maintain the NEMA Type 12 enclosure rating.

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