April 2015

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IMI Sensors offers a data leaflet on its new series of mechanical vibration switches, models 685A09, 685A19, 685A29 and 685A39. The switches feature a unique, patent-pending design that is said to provide a better sensitivity adjustment than traditional designs.

Meche, Helen, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Mechanical vibration switches with remote reset options     IMI Sensors offers a data leaflet on its new series of mechanical vibration switches, models 685A09, 685A19, 685A29 and 685A39. The switches feature a unique, patent-pending design that is said to provide a better sensitivity adjustment than traditional designs. These new linear-adjust mechanical vibration switches are suitable for applications such as cooling towers, fin fans, and large exhaust and vent fans, as well as HVAC systems, blowers and motors. The switch’s unique design enables users to better control the trip level in the switch and to improve equipment protection. Additionally, due to the design and manu

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