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self-cleaning contact[self ′klēn·iŋ ′kän‚takt]
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The self-cleaning contact
design that is standard for all 605 Switches means they are never susceptible to contact point corrosion or degradation assuring exceptional service life.
During the pneumatic clamping process the self-cleaning contact
surfaces with the compressed air.
The self-cleaning contacts
are insensitive to dust and dirt.