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  • Locks and Locking Systems-Image
    Locks and Locking Systems - (529 companies)
    Locks and locking systems are mechanical fastening devices designed to close and control access to doors, drawers, or containers. Common types of locks include cam locks, combination locks, deadbolts, padlocks, and key-operated locks. Description...
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    Noncontact Safety Interlock Switches - (90 companies)
    Noncontact safety interlock switches couple a moveable guard door with the power source of the hazard. For noncontact actuating interlock switches, the guard door is linked to the control circuit contacts via a magnetic or electronic field. How...
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    Mechanical Safety Interlock Switches - (131 companies)
    How to Select Mechanical Safety Interlock Switches. Image Credits: IDEM | EUCHNER. Mechanical safety interlock switches couple a moveable guard door with the power source of the hazard. When the guard door is opened, the power is isolated, ensuring...
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    Door Operators - (174 companies)
    Door operators are devices used to open and close all types of doors or gates. These operators can be powered by a variety of power sources such as electric, hydraulic or pneumatic devices. Door operators are used to open and close all types...
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    Door Closers - (86 companies)
    ...the surrounding environment. Backcheck is available on some models. This option also acts as a door stop to prevent the door from swinging too far or too fast and damaging the nearby areas. Delayed action closers provide a delay period from when the door...
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    Elevator Buckets - (35 companies)
    Elevator buckets are containers for the collection and transport of powder or granular materials. They attach to belts on a conveyor system. Elevator buckets, or conveyor buckets as they are sometimes known, are usually bolted to a vertical conveyor...
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    Door Frames - (46 companies)
    Door Frames are assemblies that are used to hang doors within. These frames include swing door frames of various materials and sizes as well as pocket door frames. Swing door frames. Image Credit: Ceco Door. Door Frames are assemblies that are used...
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    Door Viewers - (23 companies)
    Door viewers are security devices that allow the user visual access to the other side of the door. They are optical devices, also known as peepholes, which fit through a door. Traditional peepholes have several disadvantages including a limited...
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    Door Strikes - (35 companies)
    Door strikes are metal plate devices that are installed within a door jamb to stop and retain a door when closed. Multiple operational configurations are available for differing door bolt options as well as the action of the clasp mechanism...
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    Door Stays and Lid Stays - (21 companies)
    Door and lid stays are devices connected to a lid or a door that prevent it from opening further than a specified amount, typically 90 degrees. Typically this is known as lid support, lid stay, or door stay. Similar to hinges in laptops...
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  • The Vertical Transportation Handbook 4th Edition
    … induce large cable and/or rope displacements, resulting in a variety of damaging conditions to the elevator equipment. Once large building sway – induced rope or cable motions in the hoistway are induced, the cables will swing out into doors , interlocks , a nd hoistway s witches, snag on rail brackets, and twist around one another, thus becoming entangled.