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    Anti-automatic restart equipment

    October 1, 2011

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    The Sensing-Saf-Start Model 1996 is an easy solution to the OSHA anti-automatic restart requirement and does not involve the high cost of motor starters. This device upgrades small machines to the latest safety requirements, permits the use of machine “on/off” switches, and replaces old and dangerous power cords.

    JDS Products Inc.    

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