Dynatect to Showcase JANUS Protective Machine Door Actuator at Automate 2017

Dynamic motion and protection company Dynatect will present the latest generation of protective door drives in booth # 1069 at Automate on April 3-6, 2017. Janus protective door drives allow safe, efficient, and cost-effective automation of machine doors.

NEW BERLIN, WI - Dynamic motion and protection company Dynatect will present the latest generation of protective door drives in booth # 1069 at Automate on April 3-6, 2017. Janus protective door drives allow safe, efficient, and cost-effective automation of machine doors. JANUS is a complete end-to-end solution consisting of a maintenance-free and gearless direct drive motor, a compact controller, and user-friendly auto-tuning software. Setup is quick and straight forward and its self-monitoring technology allows for long term worry-free operation. In addition to a simplified system, JANUS provides reliable safety in accordance with European guidelines. It implements safe force and speed limits for horizontal doors with weights up to 750kg. JANUS automatically reacts to obstacles and prevents damage and injury by immediately changing direction. More information on implementing safe and reliable door automation can be found online at http://www.Dynatect.com/JANUS. Dynatect is the exclusive North American supplier of JANUS protective machine door actuators by SERVAX. Dynatect is a custom manufacturer of dynamic protection for people and equipment.


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Dynatect delivers custom motion and protection for machines with deep application knowledge, diverse product offering, and a customer responsive sales philosophy. Dynatect provides engineering and manufacturing for custom applications which improve human-machine safety and machine uptime. Dynatect continues to build on its customer experience through improving service differentiation, expanding product portfolio, and reducing lead times. www.dynatect.com

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