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With a very high holding force of at least 1,600 N and shock resistance up to 100 g, Kendrion now offers a solenoid door lock focused on safety.
With a very high holding force of at least 1,600 N and shock resistance up to 100 g, Kendrion now offers a solenoid door lock focused on safety.

Locking laboratory centrifuges with 1,600N

With a very high holding force of at least 1,600 N and shock resistance up to 100 g, Kendrion now offers a solenoid door lock, focusing on safety. Therefore, this door lock is suitable for locking applications in the laboratory centrifuges.

An integrated solenoid allows easy control and combines quiet operation with a quick release. The patented locking mechanism allows the operator to unlock doors when they are under load. Microswitch feedback for the locked position is available and a mechanical emergency release for the event of power failure.

The solenoid door lock has two locking options: It is available in SL (self-locked) and AL (active locked). Besides, integrated micro switches allow position monitoring of the lock.

Our customer Remi uses the SL variant in its latest generation of laboratory centrifuges.
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Product Features

  • High maximum static locking forceof at least 1,600 N

  • Shock resistance from 100 g

  • Long life span

  • Emergency release and monitoring of the closed position

  • Easy control

  • Compact design

Downloads

Datasheet | Solenoid door lock
pdf - 276 KB
Application Report | Locking laboratory centrifuges with the solenoid lock
pdf - 189 KB
Step File | Solenoid Door Lock
zip - 576 KB
KENDRION Solenoid Technology

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