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Safety inspections

MEETING LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

At Fronius, safety is paramount. An important factor in this respect is the protection of personnel by means of an annual safety inspection in line with EN 60974-4 (applicable in Europe) or IEC 60974-4 (applicable in countries outside Europe). In Austria and Germany these inspections are a legal requirement and must be carried out regularly. Fronius recommends they should be performed annually.

We always perform safety inspections on the customer’s premises in compliance with the latest regulations.

THE SERVICE IN DETAIL

  • Visual inspection
  • Electrical test
  • Function test
  • Documentation and test sticker

Visual inspection

  • General conditions
  • Welding torch/electrode holder/earth leads
  • Mains supply and welding current circuit
  • Housing, adjustment and display devices

Electrical test

  • Inspection of all relevant safety functions
  • Mains switch, contactor, circuit-breakers
  • Voltage reduction devices (VRD)
  • Gas solenoid valve
  • Indicators and controls
  • Test welding

Function test

  • Visual inspection
  • PE conductor resistance and insulation resistance
  • Leakage current – primary and secondary
  • Open circuit voltage 
     

In addition

  • Checking and guaranteeing safety in the workplace environment
  • Issue of test record with measured values

Once the safety inspection is complete, a test label is affixed to the system

THE ADVANTAGES AT A GLANCE 

  • Avoidance of production stoppages and downtimes
  • Guarantee of safety in the workplace environment
  • Adherence to legal requirements and standards

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