The upgrading of an installation often takes place after a regular check. It involves carrying out a diagnosis, an expertise on your installation. An upgrade ensures that the installation is working properly, identifies any defective parts that need to be replaced and carries out various operations to optimise the performance of your equipment and restore its original characteristics.
- Optimising its operation (suction and collection of sawdust, shavings and wood dust)
- Bringing it into compliance with the standards and regulations to which it is subject (wood dust, ATEX, discharge rates, etc.) and avoiding occupational risks
- Increase its life span
- Avoiding breakdowns which can stop production
- Recover its original characteristics: mechanical and aeraulic
After an expertise of your installation, we identify the improvements to be undertaken and carry out the various operations: balancing, control, replacement of parts.
Your installation will recover its mechanical and aeraulic characteristics
This operation consists of completely revamping your installation.
Your installation will recover its original mechanical and aeraulic characteristics while improving its aesthetic aspect (refurbishment with sandblasting and painting).
These upgrading and revamping operations can be carried out at any time of the year.
We have turnkey solutions for the revamping of your installation. We manage all aspects: mechanical, aeraulic, electrical and aesthetic.
1. Definition of your needs and the scope of the work, after carrying out an expertise on your equipment
2. Dismantling of the parts to be replaced
3. Erection of scaffolding and containment of the installation to protect the surrounding area
4. Sandblasting the installation
6. Replacement of the parts that need to be changed with original parts to guarantee the durability of the installation
7. Verification and control of the installation
In order to ensure the safety of your operators and your workshop, an EXplosive ATmospheres (ATEX) regulation defines the rules and safety standards for areas with an explosion risk, particularly with wood dust.
In accordance with the European economic directive 2014/34/EU and the European social directive 1999/92/EC, the employer must identify and analyse explosion risks, delimit explosion zones and ensure that the necessary measures are taken to avoid these risks.
To ensure that your installation is ATEX-compliant, we offer you individually designed ATEX retrofit solutions to optimise the compliance possibilities of your equipment or to offer you new ATEX equipment.
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