Willow technology reduces accidents and damage costs

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Willow is helping prevent equipment rollover with an intuitive new product, the Durakool TD4PO series of tilt switches, which has been developed to avoid injury to workers on-site and the damage of expensive equipment.

The series of omnidirectional electronic tilt switches can help prevent a rollover from occurring or, alternatively, can detect the incident and shut down the engine automatically to limit further damage and expensive warranty claims should the operator attempt to re-start the engine.

The products include up to two programmable trigger angles to alert the user to staged levels of risk that the machine is in. The products include up to two programmable trigger angles to alert the user to staged levels of risk that the machine is in.

John Merrill, relays product manager at Willow, said, “With a wide range of outputs and factory programmable tilt angles, we can customize a solution tailored to meet your application specific requirements.

“Willow offers customers Durakool TD4PO Electronic Tilt Switches with industry standard M12 Male connectors, or wire ended leads, to meet the customer’s requirements. We are able to offer advice and assist with custom design, utilizing our in-house engineering capability and production facility for rapid prototyping of custom parts.”

September 29, 2017

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Tom Stone is Editor of the iVT brand – which includes digital and print editions of a quarterly magazine and the Advanced Lift-truck supplement, as well as ivtinternational.com, which is updated daily. Tom has met and interviewed some of the world's leading industrial vehicle OEM presidents, CEOs and MDs, and takes great pride in cementing iVT's place as the leading forum for debate within the industry, a reputation that his been built up over the brand's 25-year history.

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