Are you active? That’s the question Pyroban® is asking at this year’s IMHX show.
Pyroban has a stand at IMHX from 24th – 27th September 2019 at the NEC, Birmingham, UK, and will be encouraging visitors to think differently about how they keep people safe in hazardous areas.
See active gas detection in action at IMHX
On Stand 20E25 Pyroban will be giving visitors a chance to get hands on with two of its active gas detection systems which protect people in potentially explosive atmospheres. There will be the opportunity to activate the system6000™ gas detection console and the Gascheka system, to see how both can visually and audibly alert drivers of potential danger.
Gas detection for Zone 2 hazardous areas
system6000 is Pyroban’s solution combining active gas detection for Zone 2 with other specialist protection technologies to help keep people safe. It can be applied to most makes and types of diesel or electric equipment, such as reach, pallet, stacker and counterbalance trucks, VNA and picking equipment. It is designed to help businesses get active in the chemical, pharmaceutical, coatings, beverage, waste and logistics industries, among many others, without compromising on safety.
Added safety solutions
Gascheka is also an active gas detection system which is ideal for designated “safe areas”. When handling potentially hazardous materials in Zone 2, gases can easily cross into nearby ‘safe’ areas and put people in danger. So, Gascheka can be used with any equipment of any age for protection, including LPG powered machines. The system can be fitted on site in less than one day to equipment such as forklifts, cranes, shutters or shrink wrap machines.
Get active support anywhere
At IMHX, visitors can also learn more about Pyroban’s best in class service, with active support for customers worldwide with parts, engineer training, technical support and Annual Safety Audits (ASA). These solutions not only help protect people but also keep lifetime equipment costs low.
50 years of Project Pyroban on show at IMHX
Pyroban has been actively protecting millions of workers in potentially explosive atmospheres for five generations. As this year marks 50 years since the start of the original ‘Project Pyroban’, this will also be celebrated at IMHX.
Meet Pyroban at IMHX
Register to attend IMHX now and make sure you drop by to see Pyroban at Stand 20E25 to find out more about how you can actively improve safety in hazardous areas and protect your people, your reputation and the supply chain.
Are you active?