Sifting and screening machines are frequently used in industrial settings to remove materials from a mixture, such as coal, sand, and grain. They are also used in manufacturing to remove impurities from products. Some of the most common types of sifting and screening machines include Raymond mill, ball mill, vibrating screen, and classifier.
Injuries can occur when operating a sifting or screening machine. The most common injuries are musculoskeletal injuries, such as strain or contusion, bruises, and lacerations. Other injuries that can occur include head injuries, eye injuries, and amputations. When these machines are used improperly, they can also cause damage to property.
To reduce the risk of injury, operators should wear appropriate safety equipment, including gloves, eye protection, and a respirator. Proper training is also essential to reduce the risk of injury.
If you’re injured by an industrial sifting and screening machine, don’t hesitate to seek legal counsel.