A container manufacturer uses a modified forklift, fitted with two sets of forks, for unloading bulk cargo.
To monitor the speed of industrial composting machines, robust and reliable FULL INOX sensors operate continuously inside the rotor, withstanding dust, humidity and high temperatures.
A German manufacturer of cold-forming tools for joining sheet metal uses position sensing to control the operation of a manual punch-riveting tool.
Modern wind turbines operate continuously in remote, highly demanding environments.
The new C23 Full Inox series of flat, full-metal inductive sensors is ideal for applications where the environment is harsh and space is scarce, but long operating distances are still indispensable.
During semi-automated heat staking of assemblies for domestic white goods, manufacturers use light curtains to preserve operator safety without compromising production throughput.
The new Safetinex catalog presents all the latest, high-quality safeguarding solutions from Contrinex.
Modern machine builders design systems that put personal safety first. With this clear vision in mind, Contrinex has developed a new light curtain that brings the absolute safety of a machine stop to moderate risk applications in a cost-effective way.
Builders of low frequency RFID systems can now enjoy the practical advantages offered by read/write modules with USB connection, which were previously only available with high frequency systems.
The C23 Series of photoelectric sensors includes diffuse, reflex, through-beam and background suppression types.
During manufacture of mechanical assemblies for automotive production, an operator uses a manually operated machine to weld metal parts together.
Whatever the sensor type, for fast field checks and demonstrations the new Contrinex sensor tester is an essential addition to any toolbox.
When a trolley bus reaches a road junction, wire-switches, installed on the overhead conductor cables, control its direction of travel. Switches may be in the default “straight-through” position or in “turnout” position.
A manufacturer of bulk material-handling equipment uses Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to sense the position of a large rail-mounted reclamation-conveyor operating in a hot, dusty environment.
Modern road bridges typically utilize beam construction, in which mobile cranes lift prefabricated bridge sections onto pairs of support columns.