Video: Frommelt Safety has introduced the industry’s most sophisticated automated barrier door

June 29, 2012
Designed to guard machinery, contain processes and protect employees, the new door boasts patent-pending upgrades to its non-contact safety switch configuration, control systems and interlocking capabilities.

Frommelt Safety has introduced the industry’s most sophisticated automated barrier door, the Guardian Defender. Designed to guard machinery, contain processes and protect employees, the new door boasts patent-pending upgrades to its non-contact safety switch configuration, control systems and interlocking capabilities. The Guardian Defender features a new, more resilient curtain material and offers optional variable frequency drive to control curtain speed. Additionally, it utilizes new quick-disconnect cables, which allow for easier installation than comparable barrier doors.

Visibly safer than light curtains, theGuardian Defender combines safety interlock switches/controls capable of achieving up to PLe, Category 4 level safety with a movable physical barrier restricting access to dangerous machine movement while at the same time containing process driving hazards such as weld flash/sparks, flying debris, mist, spray and other containment and exposures.

Visit www.frommeltsafety.com for more information or contact

Eric Esson
National Sales and Marketing Manager
8900 N. Arbon Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53223
Work: 262-574-1126
Fax: 262-574-1128

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