Guards for machines and equipment, Biology

Guards for Machines and Equipment

Various machines and equipment used for manufacturing require guards for protecting the operator from any injury. These machines include: Wood working machinery, abrasive wheel machinery, mills in the rubber and plastic industry, mechanical power presses, forging machines, mechanical power transmission apparatus. Various portable tools like drills and grinders also need to be protected. The personal safety or protecting devices have to be employed in all welding and metal cutting operations wherein gas flame or electric arc is used. Use of goggles, guards and gloves is highly suggested.

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