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Control & Signaling Devices
Control & Signaling Devices

Designed to improve functionality of the machines already on the market, Pizzato Elettrica’s  EROUND line of control and signaling devices are protected to IP 67 specifications. Almost all of the devices have successfully passed the test for protection degree IP 69K, according to standard DIN 40050. They are suitable for use in environment subjected to intense washing with high pressure and high temperature water jets and where a particular attention for cleanness and hygiene is required. So far as mechanical endurance is concerned, the pushbuttons pass 15 million cycles, the emergency pushbuttons 300.000 cycles, the contact blocks 20 million cycles, double and triple pushbuttons and the selectors 1 million cycles.

Edited by: Teoman Tugsuz

Posted on March 7, 2011 - (2247 views)
Pizzato Elettrica Srl
Via Torino, 1
36063 Marostica - Italy
+39-0424 470930
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