Friday, 27 February 2015
Mil-tek has updated its range of balers with key changes and improvements in accordance with EN16500, a new set of safety standards from the British Standards Institute...
EN16500:2014 are a new set of safety standards published by the British Standards Institution in conjunction with CEN (the European Committee for Standardization), which are designed to rigorously protect users through all operational aspects of a vertical baler. These standards cover all aspects of use including but not exclusive to the bale chamber, the bale ejection area, the controls actuators and devices, emergency stop systems, noise reduction, instruction manuals and labels and any other potential hazards a user could face. The design of the machine is entirely committed to ergonomic and safe use.
In accordance with these new standards Mil-tek has updated its range of balers with key changes and improvements.
Kristian Skannerup, Founder & CEO:
"For any employer, the health and safety of their workforce in tantamount. For us as an organisation, it's another testament to our ongoing commitment to safety. We have spent over 22 years ensuring that our machines are completely safe and user friendly and we are delighted to reaffirm this commitment. We are proud to be at the heart of this initiative, making clean and green solutions that help organisations minimize waste."
For more information please visit www.mil-tek.com/EN16500
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EN16500 Balers: Improved Safety Standards