Visitors to IMHX can expect to receive an “explosion proof experience” at the Pyroban stand, number 18M140, in Hall 18 at the NEC in March 2013.
“We will engage with new customers with a dynamic and lively demonstration involving hazards and will demonstrate how to overcome the science of an explosion,” says Malcolm Davis, Business Manager – Industrial Division. “Most importantly, we would like to take the opportunity to listen and learn from companies and people that we have worked with for many years to discuss existing and new projects.”
Pyroban converts forklift trucks and mobile equipment so that they can be used safely and legally within hazardous areas.
“Superior safety is critical where the risks are high for industries such as chemical, paint, food, drink, waste, coatings, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, bottled gas and logistics,” adds Malcolm. “The explosion proof experience at IMHX will clearly communicate what we do, how and why we do it, and for who.”
The international group of companies is trusted to provide a range of safety critical solutions to some of the most well known global consumer and industrial brands. Leading forklift truck manufacturers authorise Pyroban to convert their latest models for use in manufacturing and storage areas where an explosive atmosphere could occur.
system6000 “Active” Zone 2 protection, which continues to be most popular explosion prevention system in the warehouse and logistics sector, will be on display alongside the new “Gascheka duo” system for enhanced safety areas.
Pyroban remains independent of forklift truck brand, providing end users with the opportunity to choose their preferred supplier to help reduce lifetime cost, improve efficiency and above all operate safely. Pyroban also provides a complete service support structure across Europe and offers an annual safety audit Ex-ASA to help companies achieve continued compliance with ATEX/DSEAR.
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