Hoffman’s SYSPEND 180-MAX Offers One-Person Installation and Clean Aesthetics

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April 12, 2016 at 9:51 am  •  Posted in Machine Builder  •  0 Comments

The SYSPEND 180-MAX is a new pendant arm  suspension system designed to provide sleek and modular ergonomic support for light duty HMI applications supporting up to 180 lbs. Based on the same design as Hoffman’s popular SYSPEND 281-MAX, the new SYSPEND 180-MAX has the same modern aesthetics and simple installation. It features clean lines and smooth transitions between tubes and components provide modern aesthetics. Couplings are available in two colors, RAL7035 (light gray) or RAL9005 (black), allowing for more options to customize your solution.

Easy to Assemble

The SYSPEND 180-MAX is quick and easy to assemble with just one worker, without any additional tool or kits.   With only six small set screws connecting tubes to couplings, building a system is easy to install, but also easy to level and adjust, even when fully assembled. Each coupling has a special shape and design where the tube fits over the top. This gives visual confirmation that the tubes have been installed correctly and ensure alignment of the. The pendant arm tubes for this solution come in six lengths, from 250mm to 1,500mm, meaning more standard options to choose from and less need to cut tubes down to length.

Complete Custom Solution

SYSPEND 180-MAX  has 11 different coupling options for multiple component combinations. It even features two new Panel Couplings with standard VESA mounting patterns and a Reduction Elbow which allows you to use the horizontal strength of the SYSPEND 281-MAX and reduce it down to the SYSPEND 180-MAX. These allow you to get the unique configuration you need for your specific application. For a complete solution, the SYSPEND 180-MAX can be used with CONCEPT HMI, CC2000 or CC4000, as well as a full line of accessories including handles and keyboard trays, to create an optimal HMI system.


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