Proximity Sensors for Food & Beverage

April 7, 2010
Allen-Bradley Bulletin 871TS inductive proximity sensors are designed to address the most demanding applications in the food and beverage industry. 
These sensors are designed to withstand high-pressure and high-temperature washdowns while offering resistance to corrosion and damage caused by harsh-cleansing agents. They have been subjected to rigorous chemical compatibility testing by Ecolab and have been certified compatible with some of the most commonly used caustic cleaning agents and disinfectants.Rockwell Automation Inc.www.rockwellautomation.com440.646.3434

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