Quick-release snap shackle TEPSS T8 / T20 / T30
multi-purposesensor/actuatorwith load cell

quick-release snap shackle
quick-release snap shackle
quick-release snap shackle
quick-release snap shackle
quick-release snap shackle
quick-release snap shackle
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Characteristics

Type
quick-release
Applications
multi-purpose, sensor/actuator
Other characteristics
with load cell

Description

TEPSS A COMPLETE RANGE OF SNAP SHACKLES WITH REMOTE OPENING AND LOAD SENSOR Description The TEPSS range declines the following three functions on three different sizes of snap shackles, to offer a wide choice of load measurements and remote release: Quick release snap shackle Remote release Strength measurement The remote release of the models R and RLC, is activated by a electropneumatic system and requires a pneumatique distributor. The models RLC, MLC, LC integrates a load sensor allowing to measure the strain on a held rope. The TEPSS are designed from the Tylaska models T8, T20, T30. Other models available on request. Features TEPSS T8 - Working Load : 1 818kg - Breaking Strength: 3 636kg - Max release load with 10 bars pressure (indicative): 1 500kg - Dimensions (T8R): 134x40x39mm TEPSS T20 - Strength measurement range (T20RLC,LC,MLC): 4.5kN - 4.6T - Output signal(T20RLC,LC,MLC): 0-10vdc, 0-5vdc, 4-20mA, mV/V - Working Load : 4 545kg - Breaking Strength: 9 091kg - Max release load with 10 bars pressure (indicative): 2 500kg - Dimensions (T20R): 188x62x47mm - Weight: 720g TEPSS T30 - Strength measurement range (T30RLC,LC,MLC): 6.7kN - 6.8T - Output signal(T30RLC,LC,MLC): 0-10vdc, 0-5vdc, 4-20mA, mV/V - Working Load : 6 816kg - Breaking Strength: 13 636kg - Max release load with 10 bars pressure (indicative): 3 500kg - Dimensions (T30R): 244x80x54mm

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