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Mini-sized framing profiles and components for smaller machines

29 May 2015

MiniTec has introduced the Profile Series 30 range of aluminium profiles with matching modular elements and fittings based on a nominal sectional size of 30 x 30mm.

Suitable for smaller machine frames, consoles, panels, fixtures, and safety guards, application areas targeted are lightweight structural frames for equipment used in the food and medical industries where strict hygiene standards are important, and for organising component or tool storage in confined areas such as vehicle fit-outs. The new range also lowers the cost base for light-duty machine applications.

The range includes eight new profiles with sectional sizes of 23 x 16, 23 x 30, 30 x 30 and 30 x 60 – with combinations of smooth sides and T slot profiles that maximises flexibility and aesthetic appearance.

A new 30mm version of MiniTec’s Powerlock rapid one-piece fastening system is part of the component range along with angle and adapter brackets, door hinges, panel sealing strips and many other modular construction pieces.

An innovative multi-connector allows angled frames to be built in increments of 22.5 degrees whilst a modular roller-strip element provides a manual product conveying base that is suitable for smaller assembly and test workstations.

Profile System 30 is supported with a new 28-page product brochure, available in PDF or hard copy, and Minitec’s online and offline CAD systems also includes all of the new extrusions and components - making design and parts listing straightforward.


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