Electronic lockout system by Ontario machine builder simplifies machine safety

P&PC Staff
June 13, 2019
By P&PC Staff
Pulp & Paper Canada
Electronic lockout system by Ontario machine builder simplifies machine safety
Pulp & Paper Canada
June 13, 2019 – Ionic Engineering, an Ontario-based machine building firm, has created an electronic lockout system that can be used in large-scale heavy industries including pulp and paper.

The Safe Box uses components from Pilz Canada and a module-based system to increase efficiency during safe lockout procedures. Lockout modules (shown at left) are distributed throughout the plant and controlled by a central monitor (shown at right).

Above, Andre Dumais, general manager of Ionic Engineering, gives a demonstration of how to use the system, using an example from the mining sector.
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