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„Extreme“ switchgear and sensors for the handling of bulk goods / steute at the Powtech

They are abrasive, like cement dust and sand; they are corrosive, like fertilisers; or they are explosive, like all organic dusts. The characteristics of dusts often make high demands on the design of any switchgear they come...


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For temperatures down to -60°C / Explosion-protected, robust and resistant to cold: new series of Ex position switches

Offshore industry knows no fewer than four factors which make extreme demands on switchgear. There is a risk of explosions; switches are exposed to high levels of mechanical wear and tear; the environment is corrosive; and it can...


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A look back at the SPS IPC Drives / A successful end to the exhibition year

In 2016, steute exhibited at over 30 different fairs around the world. Once again, the end of the exhibition year was marked by a real highlight: the SPS IPC Drives in Nuremberg. Here the steute business unit Wireless...


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Non-contact active principle for Extreme applications / Ex magnetic sensor withstands temperatures of down to -60°C

Especially in subzero applications, many users prefer non-contact sensors because, unlike electromechanical switchgear such as position switches, they do not run the danger of malfunctioning due to freezing moisture. For this –...


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For "Extreme" ambient conditions – dimensions to DIN EN 50041 / New Ex position switches with or without safety function

With the Ex 99, the steute business unit "Extreme" will be presenting a new series of position switches developed especially for "Extreme" applications and conforming to DIN EN 50041 dimensions. "Extreme" conditions include use...


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