Lathe safety shield is constructed with heavy duty steel frame and laminated glass windows.
Guard opens up for easy chuck access. Lathe safety guard can be adjusted to stay mid way up.
Electrically interlocked with positive action mechanism and contacts.
Ample wiring is included with this safety guard. Wire is shielded in plastic conduit.
Available in multiple sizes and configurations to suit your application.
Easy installation – Can usually be mounted in an hour with only 2 bolts!
Screen Sizing Information
To find what screen size you need, take down the diameter of the largest chuck you use on your lathe. Multiply the diameter you measured by 1.5 and choose the screen size in A that is closest to your answer. Using this formula will guarantee that you will have room under the guard even though the jaws are open beyond the diameter of the chuck.
|POL/VT300CM||300mm (11 3/4″)||240mm (9.5″)|
|POL/VT350CM||350mm (13 3/4″)||240mm (9.5″)|
|POL/VT400CM||400mm (15 3/4″)||240mm (9.5″)|
|POL/VT450CM||450mm (17 3/4″)||240mm (9.5″)|
|POL/VT500CM||500mm (19 1/2″)||240mm (9.5″)|
|POL/VT600CM||600mm (23 1/2″)||240mm (9.5″)|
Example: You measure the chuck to be 12″ in diameter by 9″ in width. Twelve inches, multiplied by 1.5 gives you a result of 18″. The closest measurement for the A dimension is 17 3/4″. Select 17 3/4″ from the “A” dimension drop down box above. Select 9.5″ from the “B” dimension drop down box as it’s the closest to the width you measured.
Installation hardware and tools not included. We offer a separate installation kit that includes tools and hardware necessary for installation of this safety product.
You can buy the installation kit by clicking on the following link: Click here for the installation kit for this guard.
Why Have Safety Interlocking?
An electrical safety interlock prevents the machine from operating when the shield is opened. This safety guard features an electric switch that disables the machine’s motor. The switch is made in such a way as to prevents easy bypass of the interlock switch.
When we do on-site visits, we often see safety shields moved to the side and never put back on the machine. An interlock is a simple solution to prevention of safety guard misuse or removal.