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Protection from P and D Workwear

Protection from P and D Workwear
Risk assessment remains at the heart of staff safety. Workwear protection saves lives and is available on demand at the most affordable cost.
30th November 2009

Free Laser and IPL Safety Eyewear Guide Available from ES Technology Limited

Free Laser and IPL Safety Eyewear Guide Available from ES Technology Limited
ES Technology Limited now have available a 62 page colour catalogue detailing the comprehensive new range of laser safety eyewear and filtered windows, produced by leading European manufacturer UNIVET srl.
10th November 2009

Elesa address machinery directive ahead of December deadline

Elesa address machinery directive ahead of December deadline
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC becomes effective on 29th December this year and section 1.4.2.2 covers movable guards which must be associated with an interlocking device that prevents the start of hazardous machinery functions until they are closed by giving a command whenever they are no longer closed. Fortunately for engineers seeking to ensure compliance – Elesa’s CFS hinge could well be exactly what they need.
5th November 2009


“Be Safe and Save” Trade-in Discount with UNIVET Laser Safety Eyewear from ES Technology Limited

“Be Safe and Save” Trade-in Discount with UNIVET Laser Safety Eyewear from ES Technology Limited
Just like all items which are used every day, Laser Safety Eyewear eventually suffers from the rigours of constant use. Frames may be loose, damaged or uncomfortable and lenses become scratched, impairing the performance and vision of these safety critical items.
2nd October 2009

New multifunction safety device from Euchner

New multifunction safety device from Euchner
A new concept in safety engineering has been developed by Euchner which combines several elements of their equipment range into a single multi-featured safety device. Called the MGB (Multifunctional Gate Box) system, it incorporates a safety switch, bolt and door-locking mechanism into a cohesive package ideal for machine builders, safety engineers and process system designers.
2nd June 2009

Blind holes kept clean with Ringler machine

Blind holes kept clean with Ringler machine
The Ringler suction extraction devices, available in the UK from M Buttkereit Ltd, can be supplied to cover a wide range of machine-shop and production engineering requirements. The product development has very much been based upon user-related feedback, with a wide range of product models complemented by an even more extensive range of accessories which have been geared to application specific requirements.
15th May 2009

Accidents won’t happen with WASP’s new ‘pull to turn’ rotary switches

Accidents won’t happen with WASP’s new ‘pull to turn’ rotary switches
The potential for serious accident or data loss has been ruled out with the introduction of a new ‘Pull to Turn’ facility which can be added to any of the rotary switches made by WASP.
12th March 2009

Machinery safety and the need to save money

Machinery safety and the need to save money
Given the state of the economy, it is understandable that everyone has to be more careful with their budgets than ever before. But engineers should beware of trying to save money by buying cheaper safety-related products, as it could cost them dear in the long run.
9th March 2009

Power alert now available with low profile mounting

Power alert now available with low profile mounting
The Universal Power Alert (UPA) device from Marsh Bellofram Europe Ltd provides a highly visual external indication of live power or stored energy conditions existing within an electrical enclosure. This inexpensive safety device helps prevent arc flash and possible electrocution for operating and maintenance personnel, by pre-verifying that full electrical isolation conditions exist before the access door or cover is opened to any enclosure containing electrical power devices.
2nd March 2009

Safety switches prevent trapping for machinery directive compliance

Safety switches prevent trapping for machinery directive compliance
The TP and STP range of safety switches manufactured by Euchner enable machine builders and both production and process engineers to ensure compliance of individual machines and production installations with the latest European Machinery Directive regarding ‘risk of being trapped in a machine (code 1.5.14)’. The new Directive (2006/42/EC) is due to become effective on 29th December 2009 and states ‘machinery must be designed, constructed or fitted with a means of preventing an exposed person from being enclosed within it or, if that is impossible, with a means of summoning help’.
2nd March 2009


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