OUR LATEST SAFETY CONTROLS MEET OSHA 1910 SECTION 217 REQUIREMENTS
Our two handed safety systems reduce risk.
Our two hand safety control systems are designed to be used in applications that require both the operators hands to be engaged in order for a pneumatic signal to be delivered to an automation system. This important safety feature ensures that Pneumatic signals are only generated only if both push buttons are activated. This reduces the risk of damage to the operator and give a maintained output signal when both buttons are pressed within .3 seconds and held.
Safety lock out valves protects employees.
ur Safety lock out valves satisfies OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910-Control Hazardous EnergySources. Protects employees performing service, maintenance or repairs of equipment powered by pneumatic, hydraulic or electrical energy. Valves can be locked in Normally Closed position to prevent accidental operation. Protects employees performing service, maintenance or repairs to equipment powered by pneumatic, hydraulic or electrical energy.