In Germany there is a saying, which when expressed in English means: “The bait is meant for the fish and not for the fisherman”. With this saying in mind, some of the errors made by engineers and product managers could have been avoided. Unfortunately products are too often developed with the approach, to create something new as an end in itself. Too few ask the right questions before they give the wrong answers: What kind of problem is a product supposed to solve? Whose problems shall be solved? And the most important question: Does the product solve this problem?
ASO Safety Solutions from Salzkotten can answer this last question with a determined YES. But let us first talk about the question for the what and the whose. The answer is quite simple. The assembly of safety contact edges is usually the task of door and gate system manufacturers as well as engineers responsible for the installation and maintenance of doors and gates.
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