Are you active?

We’re encouraging those with operations in Zone 2 / adjacent to potentially explosive atmospheres to consider their approach to keeping people safe. 

Find out why below.

“In Zone 2 hazardous areas (and designated “safe areas”) a gas or vapour release is not usually expected unless there is an accidental spillage or release. Operators should be made aware of any risk.”

Are you active?

Without active gas detection (and shutdown) on your lift trucks, operators can be ‘blind’ to the presence of potentially explosive gas or vapour, putting people, the company’s reputation and the supply chain at risk*. 

So, next time you are in the warehouse or yard, ask yourself, are you actively protected?

*This applies to Zone 2 and safe areas (not Zone 1, 21 & 21).

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Zone 2 areas are commonly found in transport or storage operations in the chemical, pharmaceutical, coatings, beverage, waste and logistics industries, among many others.

Get Active in Zone 2

Pyroban’s system6000™ is the materials handling equipment conversion which combines active gas detection with other specialist protection technologies to help keep people safe in Zone 2 hazardous areas. It can be applied to most makes and types of diesel or electric equipment, such as lift trucks making them ATEX 2014/34/EU compliant. Get Active.

Get Active in “Safe Areas”

We’re also making designated “safe areas” even safer with Gascheka™, which monitors the surrounding area of any type of electric, diesel or LPG vehicle or equipment and alert people to risk. Fitted on site to equipment such as forklifts, cranes, shutters and shrink wrap machines, Gascheka can get users active in less than one day.

Get Active support

Our “best in class” service actively supports customers worldwide with parts, engineer training, technical support and Annual Safety Audits (Ex-ASA).  Our solutions not only help protect people but also keep lifetime equipment costs low.

Pyroban also helps those with Zone 1 operations and applications where dust and powders pose an explosion risk.

Pyroban has been actively protecting millions of workers in potentially explosive atmospheres for five generations.