Industrial ammunition and explosives loading machinery is a type of machinery used to load ammunition and explosives into vehicles or other containers. They may include a magazine follower mechanism, a feeder roller, an arm, and a clip arm. The machine may be pneumatically operated or manually operated. One common type of loading machine is the stripper-loader, which strips rounds from their casings.
This type of machinery is typically used in industrial settings, such as factories, warehouses, and military bases. The machinery is designed to be able to handle large quantities of ammunition and explosives, and it must be able to operate safely and efficiently, however, anything involving the production of ammunition and explosives can be considered a hazardous occupation.
The machines are often very large and heavy, which can cause injuries if they malfunction or there is a user error. Injuries can also be caused by the chemicals used in the manufacturing process, as well as by the explosions that occur during production.
Injuries sustained in ammunition and explosives loading machines can be serious, and often result in long-term disability. If you are injured in an accident at work, you may be entitled to benefits from your employer or government programs such as workers’ compensation. You should contact an experienced attorney to discuss your legal rights and options.