The new Elesa range of angled bridge handles provide a safe and ergonomic grip close to the edge of a door, ensuring safe and easy operation
Traditionally, bridge handles are used on machines featuring sliding doors, access panels, drawers, and cases. According to Elesa, the angled feature distances and also translates forces at a more aligned angle, so reducing the perceived effort involved in closing sliding doors or lifting equipment.
Elesa ESP, MSP and GN 430 angled handles are designed with safety in mind and the company’s M.743 inclined handle offers protection due to its distancing from the machine. To some machine designers, the angular style and variety of colour options on Elesa’s ESP range can be an effective and important aesthetic consideration in the presentation of their finished product. Wherever they are used the convenient labelling capability of the GN 430 series ensures clear identification of function or contents in all situations.
Other applications highlighted by Elesa include include print and processing lines, textile machines, commercial furniture, storage solutions, and packaging equipment.