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Safeguard Hazardous Areas with Industrial Safety Systems from SICK

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A specialist sensor manufacture, SICK develop pioneering products for safeguarding hazardous zones and for access protection.

Highly efficient Safexpert Software
  • Be guided through the conformity assessment
  • Safely and effectively attain CE certification
  • Simplify the work and save time

Self-monitoring Opto Electronic Protective Devices

  • Intelligent, opto electronic safety devices like industrial sensors, laser scanners, light grids and light curtains
  • Can be used for safeguarding dangerous points, hazardous areas and access control, both vertically and horizontally
  • These non contact devices can be tested and they correspond with worldwide safety standards

Stop and start machines safely with Safety Command Devices

  • Safety command devices are of major importance as man machine interface in industrial applications
  • Dangerous movements can be stopped safely and machine functions can be started safely whilst the protective device is open
There is a growing importance put on integrating intelligent safety systems in automated environments. SICK's range of industrial safety systems ensures that workplace areas can be accessed safely and hazardous zones are safeguarded. SICK Pty Ltd information and contact details

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23/04/12 - V180-2 Radial cylindrical photoelectric sensors from SICK boast a large sensing range, and they are available with state of the art radial and axial optics
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09/09/11 - SICK introduces the IN3000 Direct to its portfolio of inductive safety switches.
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21/07/10 - Reflex array sensors can detect all kinds of pallets and reduces the investment of sensors in comparison to a small light grid.
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03/08/09 - Safety strategies cannot be developed just at the drawing board. After a walk through the plant with a safety expert, many clients are grateful for concrete proposals toward improving machine safety.
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13/07/09 - SICK is presenting a new WL27-3 photoelectric switch, the Reflex Array Sensor, with a 50 mm light array.
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5 Helen Street
Heidelberg West
VIC 3081
Tel: 1800 334802
Fax: 03 9457 2023

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