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Wherever access or danger areas need to be reliably and cost-effectively protected, SICK safety systems are in demand. State-of-the-art sensor technology, modular design, compact dimensions and a broad range of applications form the basis for safe and efficient manufacturing processes. SICK's comprehensive expertise in the planning, implementation and operation of safety systems has made them number one in this sector.

SICK Articles
Hygienic sensor solutions: Immune to germs and bacteria

Hygienic sensor solutions: Immune to germs and bacteria

Hygiene-compliant sensors 'shine' not only on account of their stainless-steel housing but also as a result of numerous other measures.

Sponsored 05 July, 2019
SICK Products
SICK microScan3 Pro safety laser scanner

SICK microScan3 Pro safety laser scanner

The microScan3 Pro safety laser scanner is...

SICK HIPERFACE DSL digital interface

SICK HIPERFACE DSL digital interface

SICK's HIPERFACE DSL is a digital...

SICK CLV6 series laser barcode scanners

SICK CLV6 series laser barcode scanners

SICK's CLV6 series laser barcode...

SICK DOSIC ultrasonic sensor

SICK DOSIC ultrasonic sensor

The DOSIC ultrasonic sensor operates...

SICK W16 and W26 photoelectric sensors

SICK W16 and W26 photoelectric sensors

SICK has streamlined its W16 and W26...

SICK PGT-12-Pro programming tool

SICK PGT-12-Pro programming tool

The SICK PGT-12-Pro programming tool is a...

SICK encoders and inclination sensors

SICK encoders and inclination sensors

SICK encoders monitor and secure motion...

SICK TriSpector1000 3D vision sensor

SICK TriSpector1000 3D vision sensor

The TriSpector1000 from SICK is a 3D...

SICK News

SICK Australia & New Zealand's new Managing Director

SICK Australia & New Zealand has appointed David Crossley as its new Managing Director.

Business solutions 03 September, 2018

SICK White Papers

How smart manufacturing can optimise productivity in the F&B industry

Supplied by SICK Pty Ltd on 09 December, 2016

We know how busy you are, and the pressures you face to deliver more with less each year. To save you time, we have put together a selection of our best recent articles. Articles that we know will help your business make better manufacturing decisions.

The new machine vision systems optimising food production — an eBook

Supplied by Westwick-Farrow Pty Ltd on 25 August, 2016

Good vision systems can automate your inspection processes and improve product quality, plant efficiency, safety and reliability. To futureproof your investment, ensuring flexibility and ease of change within the system is crucial.

Technology optimising the production line: an eBook

Supplied by Sick Pty Ltd on 23 May, 2014

Only now is technology good enough that production lines can start to think for themselves. This development is based on modern sensor and communication technologies. This eBook will give you insight into some of the advances that are already a reality.
 
   

SICK Case Studies

It's what's on the inside that counts

To ensure that every pack really does have on the inside what it states on the outside, 2D vision sensors from SICK visually inspect every product that leaves the belt at...

Packaging, labelling & coding 11 November, 2015

Sensor intelligence replaces mechanical singulation

In the production plant of a well-known fruit juice manufacturer, the fruit juices are pressed, decanted into a huge range of Tetra Pak cartons and then packaged again in...

Packaging, labelling & coding 04 November, 2015

Clean and safe: the real packaging challenge

The L29 single-beam photoelectric safety switch, developed by SICK for the packaging manufacturer MULTIVAC, stops dangerous movements safely if someone reaches into the...


SICK's W8 Inox sensor declared 'slaughter-proof'

Pork processor Danish Crown teamed up with the Danish Meat Research Institute to put W8 Inox photoelectric sensors from SICK through a series of practical tests spanning...

Processing 30 September, 2015

RFID streamlines automated tomato harvesting

RFID technology from SICK allows tomato processor Kagome to ensure product traceability, leading to increasing efficiency in the production process.


Quality control for baked goods

Manufacturers of baked goods are looking to make detailed improvements to the pre-packing quality control process to enable the rejection of items which lack the proper...

Processing 08 October, 2014

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