Skirt solution avoids barriers to 'confined spaces'

CONVEYOR equipment maker Kinder Australia has launched the K-Conlock Clamp System, a device designed to remove the maintenance issues and occupational health and safety risks associated with working in confined spaces.
Skirt solution avoids barriers to 'confined spaces' Skirt solution avoids barriers to 'confined spaces' Skirt solution avoids barriers to 'confined spaces' Skirt solution avoids barriers to 'confined spaces' Skirt solution avoids barriers to 'confined spaces'

Kinder's K-Conlock Clamping System.

The K-Conlock Clamp System is designed to be easily installed and effectively accessed from outside the transfer point.

This eliminates the OH&S issues and the need for maintenance staff to put their hands in often hard to reach, unexposed confined areas.

Skirting seals such as Kinder's K-Containment Seal can be clamped between the chute wall and the K-Conlock Clamp System locking plate.

Adjustments to the assembly can be made quickly and easily from the outside without any need for complete disassembly.

This saves operational maintenance time and resources.

Various types of soft skirting can be interchanged and retained using this clamp system, to further reduce maintenance costs.