Industrial Flange Facing Machines are machines that are used to face the flanges of pipes. They are usually used in factories to make sure that the pipes are aligned properly. They use sensors to measure the angle of the pipe and then make necessary adjustments to ensure that it is facing the right direction.

Flange facing machines injuries can take many forms, but the most common are hand injuries. Flange facing machines use a rotating blade to cut metal. If the operator’s hand is close to the blade, they can be seriously injured. Another common injury is when the machine meets resistance and causes the flange to clash against the worker’s body. Other injuries can occur when parts of the machine come into contact with the worker’s skin or clothing which include:

– scrapes and cuts from metal against metal

– broken bones from objects being swung or falling

– eye injuries from flying sparks or pieces of metal

If you have been injured by a flange facing machine, contact an attorney. The machine can cause serious injuries if not used correctly. It is important to get legal help as soon as possible to protect your rights. An attorney can help you understand your legal options and navigate the complex legal system.