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Balluff SteelFace Inductive Sensors Are Built Tougher

Balluff has developed its SteelFace sensors to survive longer in the most abusive applications, because for error-proofing and part-present applications in heavy manufacturing, inductive sensors are often placed directly in harm’s way.

Balluff (Florence, Ky.) has developed its SteelFace sensors to survive longer in the most abusive applications, because for error-proofing and part-present applications in heavy manufacturing, inductive sensors are often placed directly in harm’s way. And for applications that require something more compact than a tubular sensor, the company is now offering the new flatpack SteelFace sensor, which has a one-piece stainless still housing. And an all-new, weld-resistant coating makes them even more durable. Additional features of the flatpack sensors include:

  •  A 5mm operating distance.
  • A weld slag-resistant W51 coating.
  • Immunity to weld fields and a high switching frequency.
  • Rounded corner housing.

To get more details, visit www.balluff.com.

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