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Taking a measurement on a magnetic point machine in a grooved-rail point
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Taking a measurement on a hydraulic point machine in a flat-bottom point
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An analogue gauge displays the measurement reading

Assessing the operating safety of point machines.

Have you have always wanted to know whether your point-setting systems are operationally safe? With HANNING & KAHL’s new Lock Inspector you can objectively assess the safety of your point machines of the 61 and 61.1 series. Our Lock Inspector measures wear on the locking component, enabling you to take any steps which may be necessary.

The delocking path actually required by the locking device during a trailing procedure is measured. The result is displayed by an analog gauge.

The measuring device does not require any other tools or intervention in the point-setting system.