Type Approval

Safety conforming to standards and legal requirements.

Com­pres­sed air sys­tems usual­ly ope­ra­te with a pres­su­re of 300 bar.

This pres­su­re re­qui­res a sys­tem con­for­ming to the hig­hest safe­ty stan­dards. Even faul­ty ope­ra­ti­on must not end­an­ger the health of the ope­ra­tor of a con­struc­tion ma­chi­ne. Tha­t’s why the com­pres­sed air sys­tems from SEKA con­form to the hig­hest in­ter­na­tio­nal safe­ty re­qui­re­ments.

Hazard analysis:
Effectively avoiding dangers

SEKA has many ye­ars of ex­pe­ri­ence with com­pres­sed air sys­tems. This is evi­dent es­pe­cial­ly with the la­test tech­no­lo­gy ge­ne­ra­ti­on. On the ba­sis of a com­pre­hen­si­ve ha­zard ana­ly­sis a com­ple­te ran­ge of spe­ci­fic mea­su­res was de­ve­l­o­ped in or­der to avo­id pos­si­ble dan­gers. The­se mea­su­res were rea­li­zed in clo­se co­ope­ra­ti­on with the ex­perts of the Ger­man In­sti­tu­te of Oc­cupa­tio­nal Safe­ty (IFA) and the Ger­man Con­struc­tion Tra­de As­so­cia­ti­on.

Innovative:
Patented safety conforming to standards

Not only the me­cha­ni­cal com­po­n­ents of the new com­pres­sed air sys­tems from SEKA con­form to the hig­hest safe­ty stan­dards. The re­la­ted new elec­tro­nic con­trol sys­tem was also de­si­gned ac­cor­ding to EN 13849 (stan­dard for the safe­ty of ma­chi­ne con­trol sys­tems). This was achie­ved by nu­merous pa­ten­ted so­lu­ti­ons that se­cu­re SEKA a uni­que po­si­ti­on in this tech­no­lo­gy field.

Zertifikat

Aprovals:
Compatible with all standards

Be­si­des their ap­pro­val by the Ger­man Con­struc­tion Tra­de As­so­cia­ti­on (BG Bau) the new com­pres­sed air sys­tems from SEKA also con­form to more than two do­zen ad­di­tio­nal na­tio­nal and Eu­ro­pean stan­dards, as well as tech­ni­cal and le­gal re­qui­re­ments. SEKA is the only ven­dor on the Eu­ro­pean mar­ket with a va­lid ap­pro­val of its com­pres­sed air sys­tems for con­struc­tion ma­chi­nes.

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BG RCI magazine 5/6 2020
Measurements in practical applications

After an occupational safety measure has been carried out, the work is not yet done. The employer must also measure the effectiveness of the measure in practice.

On-site measurements have confirmed the reliability and effectiveness of our system.

Find a practical example here.

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