Standard parts made of rustproof stainless steel have been designed for use in the food sector, in the chemical industry, for aggressive ambient conditions or for outdoor use.
Standard Parts in Hygienic Design combine high surface quality, freedom from dead spaces, non-scooped outer surfaces, and sealed bolting areas. A sealing concept based on FEM calculations ensures reliable contact pressure after installation.
Ergostyle standard parts combine functional and ergonomic operation with attractive appearance. Numerous design awards are proof of the high quality claim. The hallmark of Ergostyle products are five small dots.
Softline standard parts feature a soft and slip-proof surface and provide better force transfer between hand and operating element – especially in moist, oily, hot or cold ambient conditions.
Sanline standard parts made of antimicrobial synthetic materials or coatings prevent microbes or bacteria from settling and growing on operating elements. The technology based on silver ions is absolutely harmless for the user and also remains effective after many cleaning cycles.
ATEX standard parts have been developed for explosion hazard conditions in hydraulics or gear construction. Every product includes a documentation showing the underlying European explosion protection directive (ATEX).
ESD standard parts are made of conductive materials which help to eliminate static charges. They are used in applications where components sensitive to static charges are handled.
Standard elements in this product family are compatible with the most common aluminum profile systems. Using matching assembly sets, the JW Winco standard elements are easily and cost-effectively connected with the profiles without the time-consuming compiling of individual parts in the order.
Visually detectable standard parts are made of a blue plastic. The striking color makes them particularly visible to the human eye and, perhaps more importantly, to optical monitoring systems.
Metal detectable standard parts are made of blue plastics that contain additives such as iron oxide. Thus, metal detectors respond from a particle volume of 0.125 cm³ and can also detect hidden plastic splinters, for example.
All detectable plastic standard parts are made of FDA compliant plastic granulates according to FDA CFR.21 and EU 10/2011.