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A stainless steel connector adapted to the constraints of the cosmetics industry

Harting's rectangular connector is now available in a stainless steel version. The housing dimensions are the same as those of the standard connectors in the Han B range, hence the name "Han-Inox B". 

Made from high-grade stainless steel resistant to chemicals and corrosion, these enclosures are ideal for use in harsh environments.

The Han-Inox B is made exclusively of stainless steel, including the locking lever, ensuring sturdy, reliable operation.

Harting guarantees the use of the Han-Inox B range with a plethora of existing solutions. In particular, all 10 A and 16 A inserts can be used, as well as all special inserts for connecting high currents and voltages. Han-Modular solutions combining modules in a single connector are also compatible.

The possibilities are endless, allowing power, signals and data to be connected together or separately.

Resistant to detergents and cleaning products, Han-Inox B is particularly recommended for the food, pharmaceutical and cosmetics industries.

Adapted to the constraints of the saline environment, it can also be used in coastal areas. Its DNV certification extends it to maritime and offshore applications. UL 50 : Nema Type 4/4x/12 guarantees corrosion resistance for indoor and outdoor use, with watertightness against wind-blown dust and rain, and protection against damage caused by ice formation.

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