Machine safeguarding and combustion safety showcased at expo
September 9, 2019
Rockford Systems, LLC. today announced it is attending the National Safety Council (NSC) Congress & Expo where it will demonstrate how its growing portfolio of machine safeguarding and combustion safety equipment is serving as building blocks for protecting the American worker.
Beginning today and running until September 12 at the San Diego Convention Center, the NSC Congress & Expo is the world’s largest annual event dedicated to workplace safety. By participating, it enables attendees to see, first-hand the solutions from more than 1,100 of the industry’s leading solution providers.
Rockford Systems is located in NSC booth #4551 and is the only machine safeguarding company at the show. Among its pioneering developments is the next generation of Detect-A-Finger drop-probe devices used on riveters, eyeletters, stakers, staplers, crimpers and fastening machines. Innovations like the Detect-A-Finger are being driven by changing OSHA/ANSI codes and a growing recognition in the C-suite that safety offers a solid return-on-investment.
In addition, for the first time at an NSC Congress & Expo, Rockford Systems is displaying its differentiated, faster-to-market and cost-effective combustion safety solutions, also known as valve safety trains. This equipment controls the flow of gasses for heat-treating equipment, such as industrial furnaces, ovens, dryers and boilers, making it a crucial component in assuring operational safety and energy efficiency.
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