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Tapeswitch Corporation
Services: Tapeswitch Corp. manufactures and offers gp/contact detection switches, machine and equipment safety guarding, emergency switches, mats, edges, bumpers, light curtains, laser scanners, safety relays, programmable logic control units, non-contact safety switches, and trapped key interlocks (power isolation/lock-out). Tapeswitch also offers automation including lift, (overhead, boom, scissor, etc.), conveyors, palletizers, packaging, robotics, mezzanines, docks equipment, door control, ergonomics.

100 Schmitt Boulevard
Farmingdale, New York 11735
United States
1 (631) 630-0442
1 (800) 234-8273
www.tapeswitch.com




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