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Stainless-steel local control stations can be designed online

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Quintex

Quintex

After this company created the possibility to design GRP (glass-reinforced polymer) control stations for use in hazardous areas, it has now made this possible with stainless-steel local control stations with up to 15 modules (photo). The selection and placement follows the same procedure as for GRP control boxes. Users simply choose the maximum quantity of required modules on the company’s homepage. Based on the scheme chosen, users can then select the appropriate functions on a new definition page. By leaving out certain points, users can create special user-friendly stations that the operator can use intuitively. — Quintex GmbH, Lauda-Königshofen, Germany

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