What make a Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) so valuable?
I recently attended a successful Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) for the electromechanical ADE actuators that we supply during the renovation of the...
Sluice Leidschendam is a lock with point doors in the Rijn-Schie-Canal in the municipality Leidschendam-Voorburg. The waterway is CEMT Class IIa. The current gate was built between 1886 and 1888. The entire lock complex with two bridges is on the dutch monumental list since 1998. The lock was manual operated. In 2006 the sluice was completely renovated and modificated to an electrical operating system. In 2016 the lock paddles are equipped with ADE electromechanical actuators while maintaining its authentic look.
ADE actuator Type MS-20, stroke 1150 mm
Maximal tractive power 4,5kN
Supplied with SEW drives