Our range of Electromagnetic locks
Linked to the safety of goods and people,electromagnetic locks are used in locking functions such as :
How do electromagnetic locks work?
Electromagnetic locks are described as true safety function products, the bolt of which is designed to resist radial forces, characteristic of the locking principle.
They can be integrated into position sensors relaying the locking status.
There are two types of locking :
What are your requirements in terms of electromagnetic locks?
Download the questionnaire to help you define your electromagnetic lock requirements and send it to us by e-mail at contact@Mecalectro.com
Our electromagnetic locks comply with the standards and regulations currently in force
Our electromagnetic locks comply with the specifications required in accordance with the regulations currently in force for locking and interlocking dangerous machines.
Some of our fail-secure locks comply with machine safety standard EN 1088.
Our Mecalectro rotary bolt locks meet the requirements of standard NF S 61937 (fire protection). They work by automatic locking in the following two modes:
Main characteristics of Mecalectro electromagnetic locks
Options (for some models) :
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Mecalectro electromagnetic lock applications
A few examples of locking applications :
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How do electromagnetic suction cups work?
The lock is a linear action electromagnet comprising a coil, a mobile core, a magnetic circuit and an integrated return spring (bolt). The mobile core or bolt guide allows for withstanding radial force.
Machine safety locks are used to lock guards on dangerous machines, elevator systems or access to risk zones in order to protect goods and people.
In this case, the fail-secure lock is used.
Locks for general use are employed for a wide range of applications: locking sliding doors, garage doors, inspection hatches, protective covers, various mechanisms, etc.
Here, both locking modes (fail-secure and fail-safe) are used.
Depending on its purpose, the lock may have to meet certain technical, physical or standardized stresses.
In your requirements questionnaire, you can tell us whether your application is subject to one or more of the following stresses:
- Technical: operating methods, stroke, dimensions, etc.
- Physical: temperature, dust, atmosphere, etc.
- Standardized: EN 1088, ATEX, etc.
For the user interface, please attach a sketch or plan to your request.