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Internal release adaptor safeguards personnel

Safety specialist Fortress Interlocks has introduced an Internal Release (IR) adaptor for the company’s amGard range of modular safety gate switches. It provides an internal release function for safety and access key installations. The IR adaptor is compatible with a Fortress Stop, a non-solenoid gate switch that will switch off the safety circuits.

The amGard range combines both trapped key and gate switch technology to control access to equipment protected by safety guarding. The IR adaptor provides a means of escaping potentially dangerous areas such as robot cells, cold stores and warehouse bays. If an operative becomes trapped inside an area they can use the IR adaptor to unlock the door from the inside.
When pressed, the button on the rear of the unit releases the tongue from the actuator head, unlocking the area and allowing the operator to exit. If required, the IR adaptor can also be used to cut the power to any dangerous machinery. Combined with a Stop unit, the IR adaptor will break the safety circuits, shutting off power to machinery inside the area.

The amGard range consists of modular units, providing maximum flexibility. Customised interlock systems can be created to individual specifications using standard products. The modular functionality means amGard can easily be configured to accommodate the latest safety standards and be updated in the future.

Enquiries to:
Louise Guest
Fortress Interlocks Ltd
148-150 Birmingham New Road
Wolverhampton. WV4 6NT
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)1902 499 600
Fax: +44 (0)1902 499 610
E-mail: sales@fortress-interlocks.co.uk
Website: www.fortressinterlocks.com

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