Industrial Mercerizing Machinery (IMM) is a type of machinery that helps manufacturers produce parts more quickly and efficiently. IMM helps reduce the amount of time it takes to produce a part, which can lead to faster production and a higher level of quality. Additionally, IMM can help reduce the amount of waste that is produced during manufacturing.
Mercerizing machinery is a process of passing a rotating shaft through a series of knives at a very high speed. The purpose of the process is to remove material by cutting, shaving, or shearing. The danger in this process comes from the high speed and the sharp blades.
Injuries stemming from Mercerizing machinery can be serious, and can often result in amputation. Injuries that occur frequently include lacerations, punctures, and cuts. Many times, these injuries are sustained while workers are attempting to move the machinery or when they are caught in the blade path.
Mercerizing machinery can be a very dangerous job, with injuries common due to the sharp blades and moving parts. Whiplash and other injuries from being tossed around during operation are also common.
If you have been injured by Mercerizing Machinery, you should contact an attorney. There are many laws that protect you from injuries caused by the misuse of machines. An attorney can help you understand your rights and get the compensation you deserve.