The Safety Industry reduces the risk for both operator and machine in all automated processes. Altogether, the key phrases for safety systems include reliability and integrity. Reliable systems create a reassuring environment for team members in every industry. Additionally, these systems allow the employees to trust the company with their health and security – effectively increasing employee satisfaction in the process.
Moreover, investing in security controls also boosts cost-effectiveness by avoiding damages to equipment and personnel. By reducing mistakes, the focus returns to quality.
MIS Controls assembles control panels with safety components for every industry.
Relays work to reduce risk on control panels by implementing safety functions. They monitor emergency stops, dual hand controls, gates, and all additional safety components. All in all, these components are essential to detect the need for a quick response.
Two-hand control stations require a synchronous action by both of the operator's hands. Even more, machines with two-hand control stations de-energize when the operator removes one or both hands. This safety component is necessary for highly risky machines.
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) act as monitors for operators to oversee the complete machine process. Control panels include any of these components to add to the command of the procedure.
Detailed product design considerations must determine the proper components for specific custom designs. These considerations include looking at industry standards, distinct applications, and critical danger zones. MIS assists in the layout process with experienced tips for placement and function.
Industry standards include exact regulations noted in UL 508A, NEC, NEMA, and CSA certification practices. Explicitly, these certifications are available for custom control panel projects. Each one notes definitive characteristics in layout space, wiring techniques, and more. At length, these standards work as a checklist for controls and reliable operation. Using the certifications for guidelines ensures an inspected and tested procedure for any components on the control panels.
Distinct applications require protection that matches the machine’s critical danger zones. Critical danger zones include any specific area of a machine that requires extra attention for its heightened harm potential. For instance, a machine with a splicing ability should include guards for hands or dual palm stations. In other words, the safety component should pair with the most probable risk.
Overall, secure procedures need control systems and components that match their level of innovation to advance with the times. Whenever operating complex machinery, safety operations such as these are essential for employee security:
MIS Controls is your trusted industry partner for custom control panels and enclosure assembly. As shown above, we are a leading manufacturer in assembling Industrial Control Panels for Safety Applications.