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Stainless steel push-button enclosures now available through Powell Electronics

16 December 2021

Powell Electronics now has the new HYPB range of IP69/IP69K stainless steel push-button enclosures for hygienic applications from Hammond Manufacturing in stock.

Ideal for applications where maintaining hygiene standards and avoiding contamination are of high importance (e.g. in food processing and pharmaceutical manufacturing), HYPB range enclosures have been designed for use with hygienic pushbuttons and withstand regular high temperatures as well as regular high pressure wash-downs. They also have no areas (like slotted screw heads, quarter turn latches or welded mounting brackets) where contaminants can gather and all sides slope to ensure any water quickly drains off.

Available with 22.5mm and 30.5mm holes with either a single row of one, two, three or four mounting holes, two rows with four holes arranged in two rows of two or two rows with six holes arranged in two rows of three, HYPB series push-button enclosures benefit from a rectangular design enabling the units to be surface mounted either vertically or horizontally to suit most applications. The cover is secured to the body with crevice-free hex head bolts fitted with a silicone washer to eliminate potential dirt traps. The blue "hygiene" coloured silicone gasket makes any contaminants more visible and is fitted beyond the door edges, so that there are no crevices in which dirt can collect.

For further information please visit: https://www.powell.com/content/Hammond-Manufacturing-3100042592


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