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Low power outdoor handle: Intelligent system solution for control cabinets


Fast Internet and interference-free telephony: that is the purpose of outdoor control cabinets or telecommunications enclosures. Their outdoor installation at the roadside sometimes makes them a target for saboteurs and hackers. In order to protect the sensitive electronics and only allow access to authorised persons, EMKA Benelux has developed an outdoor…

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KUKA industrial robots are used in the automotive, electronics, and medical technology sectors and much more.

EMKA ensures that KUKA robot technology is secure


Precision-fit closure technology with maximum assembly convenience: For decades, the Robotics and Automation group KUKA has relied on EMKA’s closures and hinges. So far, a total of several tens of thousands of items are used each year in control cabinets that serve to control intelligent industrial robots. EMKA fittings also play a vital role in the secure…

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New retractable handle: EMKA‘s breakthrough in terms of closing comfort and modern design


Retractable handles have long been standard and proven in the field of transport locks for flaps and doors. Especially on the American market, they achieve high sales figures, as they are often installed in pickup trucks or vans, e.g. in storage compartments and boxes. While handles have been distinguished over decades mainly by their flush-fitting…

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Dometic and EMKA: This cooperation works well for both partners


High-quality caravanning meets sophisticated locking technology; flexible handling and reliable technology form a single unit. When experts such as Dometic and EMKA meet, extraordinary cooperation is created. And this has already proven to be a real success model in the past with the Dometic 10-series absorption and compressor refrigerators. A model that –…

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Rittal relies on EMKA


Flexible design and reliable application: In order to set up control and switchgear systems as quickly as possible and to operate them safely, system engineers need a wide range of electro-technical components that must meet a variety of requirements in order to interact. This includes the locking technology, which should not only be easy to operate but must…

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Tecnolimit and EMKA make data traffic safe in the Netherlands


Fast internet for everyone. While German politicians are still discussing the feasibility, surfing the fibre optic network in the Netherlands is almost a fundamental right. Since 2018, the area-wide high-speed connection has been operating under the motto "fibre to the home/fibre to the desk". The necessary infrastructure has long been under construction and…

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200,000 EMKA hinges secure hygienic protective walls for cash desks


Compliance with hygiene measures is a top priority in the Corona pandemic - especially in the retail sector, where flexible hygiene protective walls have been protecting customers and employees in the checkout area since the beginning of the pandemic. The manufacturer of checkout counters, ITAB Harr, has now retrofitted acrylic glass systems for hygiene…

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Twist-clamp closure as a system: one handle, multiple locking


Users of twist-clamp closures know: As soon as the door or fl ap is to be closed at several closing points, several manual operations are necessary when closing it. With the new adaptive EMKA turn-clamp-lock system this usually tedious procedure is a thing of the past. EMKA has significantly increased the closing comfort by means of an innovative multipoint…

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Siemens Mobility drives with EMKA hybrid closure


Innovative design, market-relevant certifications and extraordinary know-how: Siemens Mobility and EMKA are two experts in their respective field, in this case train technology. The two companies have already successfully implemented many projects together. Whether in the Munich’s subway, the Bangkok metro or, in the not-so-distant future, in the London…

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On dry feet in the right light


Every caravan owner knows the problem: If it rains when entering and leaving the vehicle, the water constantly runs in through the door. So a rain gutter above the door frame would be practical – though that place is usually reserved for lighting. But why not combine the two? EMKA shows how!

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