- Operate the seamer only if you have been trained and authorized
to do so.
- Keep the Operator's Manual easily accessible to the operator.
- Do not wear loose or frayed clothing, long hair, rings, etc.,
near machinery and other sources of entanglement.
- Never put your hands or other part of the body (or any living
thing) under the welding press while the machine is activated.
- Always use a minimum of two people to operate the seamer - and
communicate your intended moves to all those working in the
- Beware of cords and the metal braces at the end of the table,
they could pose a trip hazard.
- Keep the workplace free of foreign or loose objects.
- PERSONS WITH PACEMAKERS OR IMPLANTED METAL OBJECTS MUST NOT
COME NEAR THE MACHINE WHILE IT IS ACTIVATED.
- ewelry or other metallic objects such as tools, etc. must not
be handled or brought near the welding machine while it is in
- Beware of arcing - keep hands away while lowering the press
or you could be ZAPPED.
- WARNING! Even if the machine is inoperative, it may still carry
a voltage, so shut down power and pneumatics before carrying
out any cleaning procedures.
- Maintenance and repairs are to be performed by a qualified third
- Electrodes used in welding must be at a height of 75mm(+/- 1mm)
to avoid risk of injury to the operator.
- WARNING: the laser on the machine is of Class 3A,
which means that the maximum limit for permitted exposure to
the eyes should not be exceeded.
If the blinking reflex is suppressed or the eye repeatedly
exposed to radiation, damage to the retina may result.
- Use the EMERGENCY STOP to
shut down the machine immediately if there is any danger to
you or anyone else.