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The requirements of this Standard apply to any source of hazard to people from the operation of mechanical power transmission apparatus on machines, equipment, or systems that are stationary in their use, other thant the point of operation.

This Standard applies to the sources of mechanical power, and also to pulleys, gears, and other mechanical components used to transmit power to the point of operation. Where other standards take precedence by specific reference to power transmission apparatus, this B Browse Publishers.

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Improvements in safety and recent innovations that minimize the rate of faulty production have enhanced the significance of IMM technology. The main difference between these two IMM types is the orientation of the clamping mechanism to the molds, but the safety considerations for identifying and addressing hazards are identical. According to the standard, there are several parties responsible for identifying and addressing risk in IMMs, depending on the state of the machines. For existing IMMs, the user is responsible for addressing operation hazards associated with installation, set-up, operation, and maintenance. For those being manufactured, repaired, or modified, the responsibility is either shared or split between the user and the supplier.


ANSI/PLASTICS B151.1-2017 – Safety Requirements for Injection Molding Machines


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