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Fitting safety switches to machine guarding

05 June 2017

Configuring a mounting plate for an interlock is easy with Fortress Interlock's new Eazi-fit mounting system, which allows any amGardpro interlock safety switch to be easily fitted to machine guarding. 

Suitable for both hinged and sliding guards, the robust Eazi-fit is easy to select using Fortress' unique online configurator, which provides 2D and 3D images and models, together with part numbers to simplify ordering.

There are two configuration options:
1. Need to configure a new interlock – If you configure a new amGardpro interlock switch using the online configurator and choose to add a mounting plate, the configurator will automatically select the appropriate plate, which is then pre-fitted to the interlock for easy installation.

2.  Already have an interlock but need a mounting plate – If you already have an amGardpro interlock switch but need a mounting plate, it is easy to select one using the online configurator, which will automatically select the appropriate Eazi-fit combination.

The die cast mounting plates are extremely robust and can withstand a force of 10KN. They can accommodate all amGardpro configurations and are ideal for indoor or outdoor use. Available in a choice of colours, the plates are pre-fitted to the interlock when ordered together, or can be ordered separately.


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