ACCESSORY LINE catalogue - Kendrion Binder

kendrion.binder.at

ACCESSORY LINE catalogue - Kendrion Binder

BINDER

accessories

accessories

rectifiers

plug-in connectors

fork joints

electronic controllers

kec

group power of partnership and magnetism accessory

line


2

The KENDRION ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPONENTS Group

(KEC Group) sees itself as a centre of excellence in the field

of electromagnetism.

KENDRION MAGNETTECHNIK GmbH develops and

manufactures a wide range of electromagnetic products in

the most diverse variations and designs for countless

technical applications. The company grew out of the

traditional operations of Binder, Thoma and Neue Hahn

and is now Europe’s leading manufacturer of electromagnetic

components.

Project work is our focal point. We at KENDRION

MAGNETTECHNIK take this to mean the joint development

of devices together with our customers, taking into

account special operating conditions, special requirements

and high economic efficiency. Our objective is to provide

the market with the devices it needs. With optimised costsbenefits

ratios to secure the competitiveness of our

customers.

Our many years of experience in the development and

manufacture of electromagnetic devices plus the skills and

commitment of our employees enable us to recognise the

needs of the market. And we turn those needs into highquality

products in cooperation with our customers.

We at KENDRION MAGNETTECHNIK achieve customerfocused

solutions in all corporate divisions. Those solutions

bring maximum benefits for customers and hence

considerably strengthen their position in their markets.

• Customer-centred market management,

• innovative product developments,

• lean, flexible logistics,

• high quality standards,

• affordable prices,

• and the power of magnetism

guarantee the success of

KENDRION MAGNETTECHNIK.

www.kendrionmt.com

about us

kendrion magnettechnik -

your one-stop solution


Types 32 073

Types 32 173 / 33 433

contents

GDSB211

GD 311 page 7 GD 209

Snap-on fork pins page 7 Type 33 53501A00

page 7

page 8

GDSBV211

Fork joints

Types 33 43304B00

and 33 43303B00

page 4

page 5

page 6

page 7

page 10

www.kendrionmt.com 3


4

Types Half-wave and bridge rectifiers for

small connection boxes

Half-wave 32 07333H00

Bridge 32 07334H00

Voltage/ up to 400

VAC ± 10%

Current/ADC up to 2

Other • contacts for switching on DC side

features • moulded housing

Options • bridge version with lead wires and

available CE symbol 32 07334J01

Types Half-wave and bridge rectifiers with

CE symbol

Half-wave 32 07322A40

Bridge 32 07323A40

Voltage/ bridge: up to 415; half-wave: up to 500

VAC ± 10%

Current/ADC up to 2

Other • contacts for switching on DC side

features • CE symbol

www.kendrionmt.com

rectifiers

Half-wave and bridge rectifiers Half-wave and bridge rectifiers Half-wave and bridge rectifiers

32.5

50

43.6 22.5

50

145

30

22

Options • mounting rail set 32 07322A00103

available • adhesive pad 32 07322A00104

• mounting clip 32 07322A00101

• version with lead wires

• version for up to 575 VAC, 1 ADC,

half-wave

• universal version, bridge and

half-wave, with integral DC

switching circuit

Types Bridge rectifiers for heavy-duty

applications

Bridge 32 07350A00

55.5

Voltage/ up to 400

VAC ± 10%

Current/ADC up to 4

13

45.5

58.6

43

Other • contacts for switching on DC side

features • moulded housing


technische rectifiers erläuterungen

Overvolting rectifiers Overvolting rectifiers Overvolting rectifiers

Types Rectifiers with overvolting feature,

full-/half-wave switchover,

space-saving design

32 17320A..

50

145

30

Voltage/ ...Ax3 100...230

VAC±10% ...Ax0 220...415

Current/ADC ...Ax0 up to 2 / 1

...Ax3 up to 3 / 1.5

Over- ...A0x 0.3

volting ...A2x 1.3

time/s

42.5

32.2

Other • contacts for switching on DC side

features • CE symbol

• compatible upgrade for rectifier

32 0732xAxx

Options • mounting rail set 32 07322A00103

available • adhesive pad 32 07322A00104

• mounting clip 32 07322A00101

• version with lead wires

• version with integral DC switching

circuit

Types Rectifiers with overvolting feature,

full-/half-wave switchover,

universal usage

32 17350E.. (A)

32 17353E.. (B)

55.5 (A)

55.5

55.2 (B)

43

13

58.6 45.5

Voltage/ ...Ex4 48 ... 120

VAC±10% ...Ex0 220 ... 415

...Ex8 460 ... 525

Current/ADC all up to 6 / 3

Over- ...EOx 0.25 / 1

volting ...E2x 1.8 / 3

time/s

Other • contacts for switching on DC side

features • CE symbol

• moulded housing

• bridge allows selection of overvolting

time

• compatible upgrade for rectifier

32 07350A00

Options • version with PG-threaded cable gland

available • version for installation on mounting rail

www.kendrionmt.com

43

T

75

Types Overvolting rectifiers with adjustable

holding voltage, for heavy-duty

applications

B2

B1

33 43310A..

33 43311A..

33 43312A..

Dim./

mm

B1

B2

T

...10A03

...11A03

Voltage/ ...Ax3 100 ... 120, 220 ... 230

VAC±10% ...Ax0 380 ... 415

Current/ADC ...10A03 up to 4 / 2

...10A00 up to 6 / 3

...11A03 up to 8 / 4

...12A03 up to 18 / 9

Over- ...10Axx, 11Axx 0.15 ... 3

volting ...12Axx 0.2 ... 4

time/s

Other • contacts for switching on DC side

features • CE symbol

• de-energised switching possible

• overvolting time and holding

voltage adjustable with potentiometer

• integral fuse

Options • various default settings

available

...10A00

...12A03

45 62.5 62.5

45 62.5 102.5

105 105 107

5


6

27.5

35

7

GDSB211

27.5

52

M3

Ø 22.5

Type GDSB 211

plug-in connector DIN EN 175301-803 (DIN 43650-A)

with integral rectifier GDSB 211

max. 230 VAC ±10% / 2 ADC

order No: 314 1051

Plug-in connectors

2-pole plug-in connectors with PE line connection

Plug-in connectors are detachable connections specially

designed for electromagnetic devices. The 2-pole

versions are used to connect single-direction linear

solenoids and electromagnetic clamps. The cable

outlet can be rotated through 4 x 90° by inserting

the contact carrier accordingly.

The plug-in connector is secured with a machine

screw (supplied) after being plugged onto the device

pins. This guarantees an effective seal between the

plug-in connectors with rectifier

34

39

7

GDSBV211

34

18

M3

72

Type GDSBV 211

plug-in connector DIN EN 175301-803 (DIN 43650-A),

protective varistor with integral rectifier GDSBV 211

max. 230 VAC ±10% / 4 ADC

order No: 314 1049

two and prevents the connector from becoming

accidentally detached.

A screwed cable gland, thread size Pg 11 (GD209: Pg 9),

serves to seal the cable entry.

The contact elements are suitable for connecting wire

cross-sections up to max. 1.5 mm 2 .

Air clearance and leakage path to VDE 0110.

Insulation class C.

When plugged in and secured, the connection meets the

requirements of class of protection IP 65 to IEC 60529.

www.kendrionmt.com

CE

These components are not electronic or electrical

devices in the meaning of the Machinery

Directive 98/37/EC, but instead are merely

intended for incorporation in other machines or

systems, and are not for use by end-users. The user

must guarantee that his end product complies with

the appropriate directives.

Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC.

We declare compliance with the following standards:

HD625.1 S1 (1996)

IEC 60529 (1991

The products are components in the meaning of the

Machinery Directive 98/37/EC. According to

this directive, such products incorporated in a

machine may not be operated until said machine’s

conformity with the EC directive has been established.

A manufacturer’s declaration can be obtained on

request.

Permissible continuous maximum temperature

90°C; the connection can withstand temperatures of

up to 120°C briefly without suffering any damage.

When using the GDSB 211 or GDSBV 211 plug-in

connector with integral rectifier, the plug-in connector

can be used as a direct connecting element between

an AC mains system and a DC consumer.

Four silicon diodes form a bridge circuit. A varistor

connected in parallel on the AC side protects the

bridge rectifier against voltage spikes from the

mains.


connectors/fork joints/fork pins

GD 311 GD 209 Fork joints to DIN 71752

27.5

35

7

27.5

52

M3

Ø 22.5

GD 311 (3-pole) form A

order No. 314 1050

GD 209 (2-pole) form E

order No. 314 1046

Fork joints

Fork joints are used to connect all types of linear

solenoids to force-transfer components such as levers,

push bars, valve flaps, sliding dampers, etc. In many

cases they enable rapid assembly during installation

and also quick replacement of wear and spare parts.

The fork joint is threaded to enable it to be screwed

onto the pull or push bar of the linear solenoid, and is

secured with a locknut. This type of fastening also

represents an elegant and simple way of adjusting

strokes and overcoming differences in length.

Type

GK 0

GK 1

GK 2

GK 3

GK 4

GK 5

GK 6

Order No.

3142005

3142007

3142009

3142011

3142013

3142019

3142021

a

8

8

10

12

16

20

24

b

4

4

5

6

8

10

12

c

8

8

10

12

16

20

24

d 1

4

4

5

6

8

10

12

Snap-on fork pins to DIN 71752

On versions without a snap-on fork pin, the force

transfer between fork joint and actuating element is

by way of a cylindrical pin fitted with the customary

retaining components.

When using a fork joint with a snap-on fork pin,

this results in a quickly assembled and readily

detachable connection (no tools required) between the

linear solenoid and the actuating element. The spring

clip ensures that the fork pin remains securely in

position. The fork joints are electrogalvanised, the

fork pins phosphatised.

www.kendrionmt.com 7

d 2

M 3

M 4

M 5

M 6

M 8

M 10

M 12

d 3

8

8

9

10

14

18

20

l 1

21

21

26

31

42

52

62

l 2

16

16

20

24

32

40

48

l 3

6

6

8

9

12

15

18


8

Type 33 53501A00 Circuit diagram

Switching device with overvolting feature in

valve connector to

DIN EN 175301-803 (DIN 43650)

Example of order

Switching device with overvolting

33 53501A . .

00 Top 100 ms

UB 18 - 36 VDC

Switching device 33 53501A00

This switching device with overvolting

feature is used to increase the pull-in force

and shorten the response time of electromagnetic

devices. Depending on the design,

these switching devices can also be used in

economy mode circuits.

Supplying the electromagnetic devices with a

higher current for a limited time when

switching on and subsequently lowering the

voltage to the holding voltage results in a

number of operational advantages:

- increased pull-in force compared to a

normal circuit, and hence the possibility

of using smaller devices,

- faster switching time compared to

normal operation,

- lower energy consumption, smaller

temperature rise and higher life

expectancy when the total power

consumption lies below the rated power.

The holding voltage can be adjusted with a

potentiometer. The power supply to the electromagnetic

device is indicated by means of an

LED.

The device is protected against transient

surge voltages and polarity reversal. By

integrating this device in a valve connector, it

is possible to connect this type of device to

all electromagnetic systems with plugs to

DIN EN 175301-803 (DIN 43650).

CE

The products comply with the EMC Directive

89/336/EEC.

We declare compliance with the following standards:

EN 55011 (VDE 0875, part 11, 1992)

Group 1, class A conducted interference

Group 1, class B radiated interference

DIN EN 61000-4-3 (1997) severity level 3

DIN EN 61000-4-4 (1996) severity level 3

DIN EN 61000-4-5 (1996) severity level 3

Technical specification

Type 33 53501A00

Input voltage Uin 18...36 VDC

Residual ripple

Output voltage:

< 10%

overvolting mode Uin – 1.5 VDC

holding voltage, adjustable

Max. output current:

20 ...50 %

overvolting 2 ADC

holding 0.8 ADC

Overvolting time 100 ms ± 20 ms

Min. making time 150 ms

Recovery time >100 ms

Max. switching frequency 4 Hz

Temperature range -20...+70 °C

switching devices

www.kendrionmt.com

The products comply with the

Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC.

We declare compliance with the following standards:

HD625.1 S1 (1996)

IEC 60529 (1991)

The products are components in the meaning of the

Machinery Directive 98/37/EC.

According to this directive, such products incorporated

in a machine may not be operated until said machine’s

conformity with the EC directive has been established.

Housing to DIN EN 175301-803

(DIN 43650)/ISO 4400

Contact pitch 18 mm

Max. wire cross-section 1.5 mm 2

Cable gland M20 x 1.5

Cable diameter 8...10 mm

Class of protection (installed) IP 65 to IEC 60529

Housing material PA(+G)

Basic setting

Holding voltage 40% of input voltage


switching devices

Dimensions (mm) Ambient temperature range

cable

integral seal insert can be rotated through

4 x 90° as required

Notes for connection and operation

During the overvolting time the operating voltage (minus approx. 1.5 V) is

applied to the electromagnetic device, and afterwards it is switched according to

the holding voltage. Make sure that the total power consumption does not

exceed the rated power of the device connected.

Remove the switching device from the electromagnetic system only after the

power supply has been disconnected.

Operate the device only within the limits shown in diagram 1 to avoid

overloading.

Switching off the power supply during the overvolting time (after less than

100 ms) is not permissible as a regular, long-term solution because this may

lead to an overload.

Warning!

The device must be set and operated in such a way that the values for maximum

overvolting current, maximum holding current and maximum switching

frequency, as given in the technical specification, are not exceeded, and the

minimum recovery time is maintained.

If a PE line is available, this must be connected prior to putting the device into

operation.

Diagram 1: max. current load in relation to ambient temperature

Setting:

Use a screwdriver (blade 2.5 x 0.5 mm) to set the holding voltage.

The holding voltage can be measured by connecting a multimeter between

connection 1 and 2.

Recommended electromagnetic devices:

rated voltage: 24 VDC

max. rated power: 48 W

min. rated resistance: 12 Ω

www.kendrionmt.com 9


Example of order

phase-shift controller

33 43304B00 / 33 43303B00

10

phase-shift controllers

Types 33 43304B00 + 33 43303B00 Function diagrams 33 43303B00 33 43304B00

CE

The products comply with the EMC

Directive 89/336/EEC.

We declare compliance with the following

standards:

EN 55011 (VDE 0875, part 11, 1992)

Group 1, class A conducted interference

Group 1, class B radiated interference

DIN EN 61000-4-3 (1995) severity level 3

DIN EN 61000-4-4 (1995) severity level 2

Severity level 3:

Short-term, minor voltage increases can

occur, but these do not result in any

operational malfunctions.

DIN EN 61000-4-5 (1995) severity level 3

The products comply with the

Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC.

We declare compliance with the following

standards:

HD625.1 S1 (1996)

IEC 60529 (1991)

The products are components in the meaning

of the Machinery Directive 98/37/EC.

According to this directive, such products

incorporated in a machine may not be

operated until said machine’s conformity

with the EC directive has been established.

We reserve the right to make changes to the

product design.

Please note ordering data!

Mains

ext. poti.

ext. control

signal

Mains V

Mains U

Fine-wire fuse

5x20mm

2.5A/slo-blo

Ammeter for measuring operating current when

P1 ... Adjustment potentiometer

adjusting load with trimmer

P2 ... Trimmer

S1 ... Short-circuit bridge for external potentiometer

S2 ... Short-circuit bridge for external control

S3 ... Short-circuit bridge for internal half-wave rectification

Phase-shift controllers

for installation on mounting rails

Control

These devices are suitable for controlling loads via an integral

half-wave rectifier, both with variable AC and variable DC

voltages. They are especially recommended for

operating the KENDRION vibrators and vibrating solenoids

of the OMV, OLV, OSR, OAB and OAC series as well as the

WS3.. to WS9 series.

Depending on the type, these devices can be controlled

remotely via external potentiometers or PLC signals. They

are protected against overloads by an internal fine-wire

fuse.

The vibration amplitude of the vibrators can be adjusted

during operation by means of a potentiometer or (type

04B00 only) also by means of a PLC signal.

www.kendrionmt.com

Load ~

Load

Load ~

Ramp

generator

Target value input

4-20 mADC /

2-10 VDC

Electrical isolation

Phase-shift

controller

Control input

0-28 VDC

The type 04B00 has ramp functions and can compensate

for input voltage fluctuations.

The devices are fitted in space-saving plastic housings to

facilitate easy mounting on top-hat rails in electrical

cabinets.


phase-shift controllers

33 43303B00 components 33 43304B00

Technical specification

Input voltage UI 100 - 240 V AC

Frequency

Adjustable output voltage (at 50 Hz):

40 - 60 Hz

UOAC 0.2 - 0.95 x UI UODC 0.2 - 0.42 x UI Max. output current 2 AAC / 2 ADC

Fuse fine-wire fuse, 5x20 T2.5E to

DIN 41571

External potentiometer

External control input:

500 kΩ / 0.5 W linear

control voltage 24 V DC ± 10%

max. control current 15 mA

insulation voltage up to 2000 V

polarity reversal protection included

Ambient temperature range 0...50°C

Connections 8-pole plug-in screw terminal

Cross-section max. 1.5 mm 2 fine wire strands

Mounting on 35 mm mounting rail to

EN 50022

Short-circuiting bridges:

DC voltage output S3 open

external control input S2 open

external potentiometer S1 open

default setting all bridges short-circuited

Class of protection to IEC 60529 IP 00

Control poti

Mains

We reserve the right to make changes to the product design.

Please note ordering data!

Cover

www.kendrionmt.com

L1 N N N AC AC L- L-

I + P int IN Pext Vss IN EN GND

Technical specification

Input voltage UI 200 - 245 V AC

Frequency

Adjustable output voltage (at 50 Hz):

40 - 60 Hz

UOAC (terminals N...AC) 0.2 - 0.95 x UI UODC (terminals N...L-)

Output voltage stability

0.2 - 0.42 x UI in UI range ± 5%

Max. output current 3 AAC / 2.5 ADC

Fuse fine-wire, 5x20 M3, 15E to DIN 41571

External potentiometer 10kΩ / 1W

Target value input 4-20 mADC / 2-10 VDC

Control input max. 28 VDC

Adjustable soft start and soft stop 80 ms to 1.2 s

Ambient temperature -15...50°C

Connection 2 plug-in screw terminals, each 8-pole

Cross-section up to 2.5 mm2 fine wire strands

Mounting on 35 mm mounting rail to EN 50022

Class of protection to IEC 60529 IP 00

We reserve the right to make changes to the product design.

Please note ordering data!

11


Kendrion Magnettechnik GmbH

August-Fischbach-Strasse 1

78166 Donaueschingen

Germany

Tel. +49 (0) 77 1 80 09-0

Fax +49 (0) 77 1 80 09-63 4

www.kendrionmt.com

info@kendrionmt.com

Engelswies Works

Fred-Hahn-Strasse 33

72514 Inzigkofen-Engelswies, Germany

Tel. +49 (0) 75 75 20 8-0

Fax +49 (0) 75 75 20 8-1 90

www.kendrionmt.com

info@kendrionmt.com

Kendrion Binder Magnete

Ges.m.b.H.

8552 Eibiswald 269, Austria

Tel. +43 (0) 34 66 42 32 2-0

Fax +43 (0) 34 66 42 72 2

office@kendrion.com

Kendrion Binder Componentes,

S.L.

Parque Industrial “El Poligono”

c/.Rio Arba, 25

50410 Cuarte de Huerva /

Zaragoza, Spain

Tel. +34 9 76 46 30 40

Fax +34 9 76 46 30 42

guadalupe.cabrera@kendrion.com

Technical offices (Germany)

Kendrion Magnettechnik GmbH

Technisches Büro West

Bottroper Strasse 15

46244 Bottrop

Tel. +49 (0) 20 45 41 34 34

Fax +49 (0) 20 45 40 64 26

www.kendrionmt.com

wilhelm.martin@kendrion.com

Kendrion Magnettechnik GmbH

Technisches Büro Nord

Delmer Bogen 71

21614 Buxtehude

Tel. +49 (0) 41 61 73 37 77

Fax +49 (0) 41 61 60 07 39 3

www.kendrionmt.com

reinhard.lenser@kendrion.com

Representatives (Germany)

VOR-Steuerungstechnik

Friedrich Rudolph GmbH

Wichernstrasse 9

50389 Wesseling

Tel. +49 (0) 22 36 94 27 88

Fax +49 (0) 22 36 84 27 86

info@vor.de

www.vor.de

Claus Kähne

Industrievertretungen GmbH

Kurmainzer Str. 199a

65936 Frankfurt

Tel. +49 (0) 69 34 05 90 20

Fax +49 (0) 69 34 05 90 27

kaehne.gmbh@t-online.de

RUG

Regler- und Gerätebau GmbH

Karl-Ehmann-Str. 50

73037 Göppingen

Tel. +49 (0) 71 61 85 70

Fax +49 (0) 71 61 85 72 9

jurenka@r-u-g.de

kendrion magnettechnik worldwide

Antriebstechnik Laipple GmbH

Burgstrasse 84

73614 Schorndorf

Tel. +49 (0) 71 81 97 94 92

Fax +49 (0) 71 81 97 94 93

antriebstechnik-laipple@t-online.de

Winfried Kerner GmbH

Ingenieurbüro

Kiebitzweg 11

85375 Neufahrn

Tel. +49 (0) 81 65 52 45

Fax +49 (0) 81 65 62 12 8

www.kerner-gmbh.de

kerner-gmbh@t-online.de

Hans-Christian Pilder

Wirtschaftsingenieur

Ablers 119

88175 Scheidegg

Tel. +49 (0) 17 17 23 13 31

Fax +49 (0) 83 81 94 87 62

www.kendrionmt.com

kendrion@pilder.de

Representatives (worldwide)

Austria

Kendrion Binder Magnete

Vertriebs. GmbH

Estermannstrasse 27

4020 Linz

Tel. +43 (0) 7 32 77 63 83

Fax +43 (0) 7 32 78 35 58

www.kendrion-binder.at

office@kendrion-binder.at

Belgium, Luxembourg

Bintz technics N.V.

Brixtonlaan 25

1930 Zaventem

Tel. +32 (0) 2 7 20 49 16

Fax +32 (0) 2 7 20 37 50

www.bintz-technics.be

info@bintz.be

Canada

VL Motion Systems Inc.

1105 Goodson Cres.

Oakville, Ontario L6H4A7

Tel. +01 905 842 0244

Fax +01 905 844 1293

vince@vlmotion.com

Denmark

Lind Jacobsen & Co. A / S

Blokken 62

3460 Birkerød

Tel. +45 (0) 45 81 82 22

Fax +45 (0) 45 82 10 22

www.lind-jacobsen.dk

strong@lind-jacobsen.dk

Desim Elektronik APS

Tasingevej 15

9500 Hobro

Tel. +45 (0) 70 22 00 66

Fax +45 (0) 70 22 22 20

www.desim.dk

desim@desim.dk

Farstrup & Benzon A/S

Engholmvej 1, Saunte

3100 Hombaek

Tel. +45 (0) 49 70 40 33

Fax +45 (0) 49 70 40 32

www.safeline.dk

f&b@safeline.dk

www.kendrionmt.com

Finland

SKS-mekaniikka Oy

Martinkyläntie 50

P.O. Box 122

01721 Vantaa

Tel. +358 (0) 98 52 66 1

Fax +358 (0) 98 52 68 20

www.sks.fi

mekaniikka@sks.fi

Moeller Electric Oy

Sahaajankatu 24

00811 Helsinki

Tel. +358 (0) 9 25 25 21 00

Fax +358 (0) 9 25 25 21 77

www.moeller.fi

info.fin@moeller.net

France

Binder Magnetic

1, Allée des Barbanniers

92632 Gennevilliers Cedex

Tel. +33 (0) 1 46 13 80 80

Fax +33 (0) 1 46 13 80 99

info@binder-magnetic.fr

Italy

SPII S.p.A

Via Don Volpi 37

21047 Saronno (VA)

Tel. +39 (0) 2 96 22 921

Fax +39 (0) 2 96 09 611

www.spii.it

info@spii.it

Netherlands

Solar Electro B. V.

Effect 5

6921 RG Duiven

Tel. +31 (0) 26 3 65 29 11

Fax +31 (0) 26 3 65 23 90

www.solarelektro.nl

algemeen@solarelektro.nl

GTI Electroproject B.V.

Grote Tocht 102

1507 CE-Zaandam

Tel. +31 (0) 75 68 11 11 1

Fax +31 (0) 75 63 54 00 3

Norway

Industrielementer AS

Postboks 43

1556 Son

Tel. +47 (0) 64 95 81 32

Fax +47 (0) 64 98 29 29

www.industrielementer.no

post@industrielementer.no

siv. ing. J.F. Knudtzen A/S

Billingstadsletta 97

1396 Billingstad

Tel. +47 (0) 66 98 33 50

Fax +47 (0) 66 98 09 55

www.jfk.no

firmapost@jfk.no

South Africa

Magnete Service Binder

P.O. Box 44051

2104 Linden

Tel. +27 (0) 11 46 2-32 08

Fax +27 (0) 11 46 2-33 04

info@binder.co.za

Spain, Portugal

Binder Magnete Iberica S.L.

Apartado de Correos 116

Costa Zefir 99

43892 Miami-Playa (Tarragona)

Tel. +34 9 77 17 27 07

+34 9 77 81 04 29

Fax +34 9 77 17 01 82

www.binder-es.com

binder@binder-es.com

Sweden

Industrikomponenter AB

Industrivägen 12

17148 Solna

Tel. +46 (0) 8 51 48 44 00

Fax +46 (0) 8 51 48 44 01

www.inkom.se

info@inkom.se

Uno Gunnarsson / Höör AB

Box 64

24322 Höör

Tel. +46 (0) 4 13 24 54 0

Fax +46 (0) 4 13 23 18 3

Moeller Electric AB

Granitvägen 2

55303 Jönköping

Tel. +46 (0) 86 32 30 00

Fax +46 (0) 86 32 32 99

Switzerland

Kendrion Binder Magnet AG

Albisstrasse 26

8915 Hausen a/A

Tel. +41 (0) 17 64 80 60

Fax +41 (0) 17 64 80 69

www.kendrion.ch

binder.magnet@kendrion.com

United Kingdom

Kendrion Binder Magnete

(U.K.) Ltd.

Huddersfield Road, Low Moor

Bradford, West Yorkshire,

BD12 0TQ

Tel. +44 (0) 12 74 60 11 11

Fax +44 (0) 12 74 69 10 93

www.kendrion-binder.co.uk

sales@kendrion-binder.co.uk

USA

Gradframe Inc.

950 E. Baldwin Road

Palatine IL 60074

Tel. +01 847 991 1788

Fax +01 847 991 1788

gradframe@aol.com

This publication is for information

purposes only and should not be

regarded as a binding presentation of

the products, unless we expressly

confirm otherwise.

We reserve the right to make changes

to the specification, form, price and

availability of the products described

herein at any time without prior notice.

Each product may be used only for its

intended purpose.

We reserve to make changes to the

product design.

More magazines by this user
Similar magazines