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Mounting option for signal towers

17 September 2009

The Foldaway Base from Werma provides customers with flexible mounting options as well as solutions for the signal tower series KombiSIGN 50, 70 and 71. The signal towers are deployed with high-quality industrial equipment, fulfilling important monitoring and control functions, especially within the fields of mechanical and plant engineering. Please read on

Mounting option for signal towers
Mounting option for signal towers

The Foldaway Base enables signal towers to be folded down completely, even when connected. This is especially important when machines with pre-mounted signal towers need to be dispatched. Before packaging, the signal tower can be folded down through 90º in a few simple steps. The tower can be restored to the upright position once the machine has reached its destination – all without having to remove the electrical connections.

It is possible to align signal towers vertically, even on sloping surfaces. Fix the tube element onto the Foldaway Base at the required angle. The two parts can be adjusted in 7.5º steps.

Solid leads and cables with a diameter of up to 14 mm can be effortlessly fed through the Foldaway Base. The Base is pro-tected to IP 65, enabling it to be deployed both indoors and outdoors.

The Foldaway Base can be mounted in a few simple steps: Simply place the lower part of the Base in the desired position and insert the connection cable. Attach the upper part of the Foldaway Base directly to the signal tower tube and then place to-gether the upper and lower parts of the base at the required angle, securing them with the screws provided.

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