Jan. 12, 2022
Having a comprehensive, proactive safety and health management system, especially in industries with a high risk of explosion or fire, is one of the most important factors in reducing workplace hazards and injuries caused primarily by unsafe acts or conditions.Read More
Dec. 29, 2021
Non-sparking tools are made from materials that do not contain iron (non-ferrous metals), so there is less risk of sparking when using the tools. Non-sparking tools prevent fires and explosions in environments that may contain flammable liquids, vapors, dust, or residues.Read More
Dec. 16, 2021
"Non-sparking", "spark-reducing", "fire-resistant" or "fireproof" tools are the names given to tools made from metals such as brass, bronze, Monel metal (copper-nickel alloy), copper-aluminum alloy (aluminum bronze), or a copper-beryllium alloy (beryllium bronze).Read More
Non-sparking tool material is made of beryllium bronze and aluminum bronze. Beryllium bronze alloy and aluminum bronze alloy do not spark when impacted or rubbed, which are very suitable for making safety tools used in explosive, flammable, strong magnetic and corrosive occasions.
According to Directive 1999/92/EC, steel tools are considered to be a source of ignition and are therefore unsafe for use in the presence of explosive atmospheres. In such environments, non-sparking tools must be used.