Industrial Equipment

Industrial and Manufacturing Equipment

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Complex and / or Hazardous Equipment

High technology OEM complex equipment manufacturers; you need extensive product safety support from high tech design safety to manage risks complexity, machine to machine interlocking and complex equipment EMO systems. We understand complex high hazard equipment and the requirements from NFPA and CE marking to achieve conformity, and safety. Complex equipment requires that conformity, and safety be designed in from the beginning of the process. Once we have supported you to identified the energies, risks, hazards and requirements for complex and/or hazardous equipment. You will reduce costs and speed time to market. By utilizing high tech design safety to meet your CE marking, NFPA, UL field labeling, electrical field labeling, code compliance, and other requirements for complex equipment and hazardous equipment.

Heating Equipment; we provide NFPA, UL, and CE marking evaluation and certification services for heating equipment. Industrial heaters, and process heating requires particular safety requirements for implementation in manufacturing facilities with safety and environmental concerns. We support your design of heating equipment for approval and testing to NFPA and Listing and recognition for UL marking. Further we support your risk assessment for heating systems and heating equipment. Heaters and heating equipment fire risk assessment and safety evaluation can be completed on-site or during manufacturing or design.

Furnaces; industrial furnaces and industrial ovens require electrical code compliance, NFPA compliance and UL field labeling. Industrial furnaces and ovens requiring UL listing are our specialty. We have supported numerous industrial furnaces for design, manufacturing, quality testing, and UL listing. Furnaces used in semiconductor manufacturing should be designed evaluated, tested to SEMI S2 and SEMI S8, and other required standards including the low voltage directive and, the machinery directive.

Product Approvals

Here are the different approvals we assist with for industrial and manufacturing equipment.

  • UL
  • NFPA
  • CE

Process

We help walk our clients through the process to design based on the standards that it will be tested to and need to comply with in order to enter your desired market.

Timeline

We can offer a basic timeline to get your product through the process and steps that you can take that will help to expedite the process. Each piece of equipment is different and we can quote your specific equipment.

Cost

$22-30K for most equipment. There are factors that you can anticipate will add to the cost and can be planned for in your budget.

Conformance

We will test, evaluate and validate your product to using the required standards to get the necessary approvals for your markets. Here is a list of testing that may be required for industrial machinery and manufacturing equipment.

  • EMC EMI Testing
  • Hazardous Chemicals
  • Explosion

Product Standards

These are the standards that may apply to your industrial and manufacturing equipment. We can help you to determine the best standard to meet your specific needs. And designing to the standard is going to be the best practice.

  • UL508A
  • IEC 60204 and IEC 61010
  • NFPA 79 and NEC NFPA 70

Resources From The Field

CE Marking

Top Misses on UL, SEMI S2 and CE Marking

Today our CEO, Steve Barcik Amstel, is going to run through a presentation that he created and has shared with many of our clients about how to get your product certified. And more specifically how to include those things that others have missed and design those in now so that you have a product that

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NRTL UL Listing

From The Field #3 with High Tech Design Safety

Here at High Tech Design Safety we work with a variety of clients in multiple industries. And despite the differences, there are certain commonalities in the projects, one of which is that they must be certified or approved to meet required standards for that industry and use. Our CEO, Steve Barcik Amstel shares some of

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