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Tectra Automation turns to COVID-19 protection screens

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Creating a safe environment in the back-to-work scenario prompted Rexroth to offer aluminium profiles from its sister company, Tectra Automation, to safeguard personnel across a range of industries with numerous applications. The durable composition of these profiles and their adaptability to suit any application makes them ideal to help prevent the transmission of the Covid-19 from air-borne particles. This is done by using the profile and screen as a barrier between customers and shop personnel or between colleagues in a work environment.

As these profiles are assembled with T-slotted joining grooves, and do not require welding. They can be fixed or mobile, U- or L-shaped and are not limited to size. The system’s modularity and adaptability allow for an easy upgrade from an L-shaped to a U-shaped enclosure in minimal time.

Constructed of acrylic, toughened glass or polycarbonate material, the screens ensure durability and provide a reliable protective barrier to keep people from getting too close. Screens are additionally anodised treated, which creates a high resistance to chemicals that are used to clean and sanitise surfaces. Tectra Automation is a Bosch Rexroth Company.

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