Though many types of safety equipment exist, one of the most effective and economical approaches is preventing collisions with special industrial safety mirrors and domes that are shatter resistant, weatherproof and can be customized to fit the unique needs of the industrial environment.
VAC-U-MAX material test facility incorporates pneumatic and mechanical conveying equipment and automated systems tailored to bulk material characteristics, ensuring proper handling and processing of bulk materials. With application expertise in the handling of over 10,000 bulk materials including powders, flakes, granules, pellets, fibers, capsules, gel caps, tablets, and various other bulk materials, careful consideration is given in reviewing flow properties, product segregation, pneumatic conveying behavior, particle attrition and other particle properties like shape, size, and density.
The new HemiPleat® Synthetic dust collector filter from Camfil Air Pollution Control (APC) combines a high efficiency synthetic media with proprietary open-pleat technology for exceptional performance and long life in harsh, humid environments.
Floor marking tapes and accessories used in industrial workforce
January 26, 2015
PathFinder, a new line of wayfinding products from Graphic Products, helps facilities organize workflow and create barriers between workers and potential hazards. The wide variety of tapes offer visual communication solutions to designate forklift zones, add traction to slippery steps, light darkened hallways, and convey safety messages when and where workers need it most.
Master Lock has introduced Professional Lockout Services, a group of dedicated experts who provide customized assessment, development, written procedures and training for a Lockout program that can be tailored for any specific facility.
The award winning Collision Sentry collision warning system has upped its game - recently undergoing an upgrade to enhance its performance and efficiency. This upgraded product will be featured in the Sentry Protection Product booth at MODEX, March 17 - 20.
The safety rumour mill is buzzing about the probability that governments are about to target a hazard that many of us really haven’t given much thought to: dust. I can’t tell you how many times I have been on audits where the merest mention of poor housekeeping send eyes rolling and smirks crackling like lightning strikes across the faces of both leadership and the rank-and-file alike.