sara Loading Bay Doors will be demonstrating its Rapid Protect 300 machinery protection door at this year's Southern Manufacturing Exhibition in Farnborough, 13th-14th February. Designed to offer protection from welding splatter and other potential hazards to personnel and equipment, the door is an ideal addition to automated production lines in any industry. The demo door, found on stand M24, will be fully operational with sales representative on hand to answer questions.
The Rapid Protect 300 forms part of the Rapid Protect, machinery protection range of doors available from sara LBS. The Rapid Protect range is the most effective safety measure to protect personnel from machinery. It enables a rapid switch from complete isolation of a production stage to easy access in a matter of seconds; providing protection from flying sparks, welding splatter etc. without impeding operations efficiency. RP doors have a failsafe Category 4 PLe – ISO 13849-1 switch which detects when the door is fully closed.
In addition to the Rapid Protect doors, sara LBS offers many other products which are ideally suited to manufacturing. Including bespoke loading bay systems, which are designed to individual requirements, and fast action roller shutter doors for seamless access between production areas and for external applications. On hand to answer questions about the company's product range and maintenance services will be Managing Director, Christopher Knollys, and sara's expert sales engineers.
Christopher Knollys comments: "Southern Manufacturing is an important show on the UK calendar, and the team and I are looking forward to catching up with existing customers and meeting new contacts. We are keen to speak to visitors about our comprehensive range of loading bay equipment and high-speed doors for internal and external applications; as well as our contracted maintenance and emergency repair services. I believe that we will be able to help anyone with an interest in improving the efficiency and safety of their manufacturing facilities."