Guyson to launch new ATEX blast cabinet systems

September 10, 2018

Guyson to launch new ATEX blast cabinet systems

Guyson Euroblast® Ex 8SF ATEX blast cabinet (Courtesy Guyson International)

 

Industrial finishing equipment manufacturer Guyson International, Skipton, UK, will showcase its new Euroblast® Ex range of blast systems at TCT Show 2018, Birmingham, UK, September 25-27, 2018. Designed for use with potentially explosive powders and certified to the directive ATEX 2014/34/EU, the systems are coded; ATEX II 2/3 D Ex h T135°C Db/Dc.

These systems are particularly relevant in Additive Manufacturing applications where the use of fine powders, such as aluminium, titanium and Inconel powder, can create potentially explosive atmospheres. Mark Viner, Guyson’s Managing Director, stated, “As the AM market continues to evolve and encompass more and more mainstream production, it is essential that appropriate legislation and risk awareness keeps pace.”

“Guyson is leading the way in the operational health and safety of blast cabinets and have invested heavily in ensuring that our new range of Euroblast Ex blast cabinets are fully compliant and certified to current ATEX legislation,” he continued. “Anyone choosing Guyson can rest assured that they have done the best for their operators, minimised all operational risks and purchased a product at the forefront of this technology.”

The Euroblast Ex range features four sizes of blast cabinet, a cyclone reclamator and Guyson C600 dust collector. An optional rotating basket is available on select models.

www.guyson.co.uk

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