New Lightweight Hinge From Southco Delivers Doubls the Torque to Hold Heavy Doors and Panels
Southco, Inc., a global leader in engineered access solutions, has recently introduced the E6-600 Constant Torque Position Control Hinge, which features increased torque and lightweight aluminum construction. The E6-600 Constant Torque Position Control Hinge allows the user to hold a door or panel securely at any desired angle, and delivers twice as much torque to support larger, heavier items.
Southco's E6 class positioning hinges provide constant resistance throughout the entire range of motion and deliver reliable positioning and consistent operating efforts. Southco's positioning hinges are preset during the manufacturing process and are guaranteed performance without adjustment for the lifetime of the application. Available in multiple sizes, materials and torque ranges, Southco's positioning hinges provide the options to satisfy a wide range of application needs.
Product Manager Jim Ford adds, "Southco's E6-600 Constant Torque Position Control Hinge delivers reliable positioning with consistent operating efforts in applications where larger and heavier items must be held securely.”
Southco is the leading and trusted global source for engineered access hardware solutions, including a variety of latches, locks, captive fasteners, quick access fasteners, hinges, handles, inserts, electronic access solutions, and other accessories for applications in the networking, telecommunications, computer, automotive, aerospace, medical, mass transit, off-highway/construction, RV/caravan, industrial machinery, marine and HVAC industries.
Southco is passionately focused on delivering customized engineering solutions and global support for its customers. The company aspires to be a virtual engineering center for its customers' engineered access solutions and is committed to providing outstanding quality and overall satisfaction. Southco's promise to its customers is to connect, create and innovate to provide the best solution for every access engineering problem.
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