Hoffman introduces SYSPEND Sanitary HMI System
The SYSPEND Sanitary HMI System meets NEMA Type 4X and IP69K requirements for high pressure, high temperature washdown applications. A flat-screen monitor-style enclosure and smooth design with no exterior bolts or set screws delivers modern aesthetics while minimizing bacterial catch points. The system features 304 stainless steel construction, providing excellent corrosion resistance and ease of cleaning. A unique reversible 20-degree sloped top and bottom on the enclosure facilitate water and cleaning solution runoff, and prohibit object placement on top of the enclosure. A slanted flange trough collar prevents fluids from pooling along the top edge of the enclosure opening, and an easily replaceable, one-piece closed-cell silicone gasket is fully concealed for complete washdown protection. SYSPEND-LOK fittings attach without set screws to minimize bacteria catch points, providing a secure design with leveling capability. The enclosure also features a flat area for installation of an optional Hoffman H2OMIT Vent Drain for condensation removal.
Applications: Hoffman brand SYSPEND Sanitary HMI System can be used to support and/or reposition an enclosure or HMI device up to 90 lbs. in sanitary process control environments, including:
Features of the SYSPEND Sanitary HMI System that make it particularly effective and convenient to use, include:
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