Optimise Your Use Of Lubricants With Professional Products!
The innovative OIL SAFE system optimises lubrication works and makes them easier and safer.
The fully sealing units prevent dirt and moisture from getting into the fluid and maintain the performance characteristics of the lubricants. The high-quality and colour-coded lid system in combination with the durable HDPE containers ensures a practical, fast and safe handling.
The different lid types suit each application, from transferring the lubricant to its precise dosing, in an optimal way and are available with appropriate accessories. Thanks to the clear labelling of the lubricants, the risk of misapplication and cross contamination with consequent high costs is avoided and the work process is considerably simplified.
Accessories Oil Safe Labelling – Labelling With System
Almost all lubricants are substances hazardous to water and are subject to strict labelling requirements.
Label Safe Labelling System is integrated in the oil can system and enables an identification of the different materials assigning these, in a clear way, to the whole lubrication workflow process, from storage to disposal.
Combined with the oil can system, Oil Safe Labelling offers unique safety and efficiency benefits. The right lubricant is quick at hand and is applied at the right lubrication point.
Proper Handling Of Lubricants
Lubricants are everywhere. Proper handling of many different oils and greases plays an important role. Contaminated or wrong lubricants cause machine failures, high downtime costs and cost-intensive repairs. Contamination due to overdosage, filthy handling or leaking containers pose safety risks and involve undesired costs for clean-up operations and disposal.
Key Point Law
Key Point Law
An extract from the TRGS (Technical Rules for Hazardous Substances) 201, par. 3 General Information for Activities involving Hazardous Substances
…(2) The employer may only commence an activity involving hazardous substances after a risk assessment has been conducted
and the requisite protective measures have been taken. Within the framework of these obligations, the employer must ensure that according to § 8 par. 2 of the German Hazardous Substances Ordinance (GefStoffV)
1. all substances and mixtures used, including waste products, are identified and
2. all hazardous substances and mixtures used must bear a label with sufficient information on the classification and the risks resulting from handling them and where the protective measures that have to be observed can be identified or deduced.
(Source: Technical Rules for Hazardous Substances, Classification and Labelling for Activities involving Hazardous Substances, TRGS 201)