HANNOVER MESSE 2020,
20 - 24 April
Valve interlocks are used everywhere where a sequence of valves helps protect personnel and machinery.
These are mainly:
- offshore applications,
- chemical plants and refineries,
- or the gas industry
- as well as electricity and water suppliers.
Valves have a very important safety function in many industrial processes.
An operating error at a valve can have dramatic consequences personal injuries, damages to the plant, or even contamination of the environment can be a result. Thus, the safe operation of valves must be guaranteed.
By using the Haake Safety Valve interlocks you can be sure the correct sequence of operating procedures will always be adhered to.
Haake products can be installed at every lever-operated or hand-wheel valve, without damaging the mounting. The interlocks are robust, easily handled and clearly show every position of the valve (tOPen).
Before the installation of Haake Safety Valve interlock systems, the requirements and conditions of the operation are established in co-operation with our users / customers.
Hazardous machines and systems are frequently equipped with safety elements (safety doors) with a locking mechanism to protect the operator. Their function is:
The components shown in the safety edge catalogue have heights up to 150 mm. Further, they are
generally equipped with one Haake contact chain only.
In certain ...
To protect against risks at shearing and crushing edges, safety sensitive edges are employed.
Applications such as machine guards, lifting tables, theatre stages ...
To protect persons against risks of this kind, pressure sensitive safety mats are employed. At devices such as machines, machining centres, presses, robot cells, ...