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Machine Guarding (2)

Machine Guarding (2)

SKU: Machine & Equipment

Introduction: Machine guarding protects workers from mechanical hazards. Hazards occur where machines cut, shape, bore, punch, or form stock. Machine parts that transmit energy such as flywheels, pulley, belts, connecting rods, couplings, cams, spindles, chains, cranks, and gears are also hazards. Reciprocating, rotating, transverse moving parts, and feed mechanisms also require guards.


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Category: Machine & Equipment Safety

Language: English

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