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  I© 2006 Inductotherm Corp.  Induction Heating & Melting Safety Fundamentals Guide STOP Molten metal is inherently dangerous. The infor-mation provided in this guide must be followed. Failure to do so could result in injury or death. Equipment should only be operated by or maintained by properly trained personnel who have read and understand all equipment manuals, company procedures and applicable safety information. II© 2006 Inductotherm Corp.  ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1 ____________________________________________________ 1 ___________________________________________________________________ 1 _______________________________________________________________________________ 1 __________________________________________________ 2 _______________________________________________________________ 2__________________________________________________________________________ 3 _______________________________________________________________ 3 ___________________________________________________________________________ 3 ______________________________________________________________ 4 ____________________________________________________________________________ 4 ____________________________________________________________________________ 4 ____________________________________________________________________________ 4 _________________________________________________________________________ 5____________________________________________________ 6 ___________________________________________________________________ 7 _________________________________________________________________ 8 ____________________________________________________ 8 __________________________________________________________________________ 9 ___________________________________________________________________ 9____________________________________________________ 10 _______________________________________________________________________ 10 __________________________________________________________________________ 10 _____________________________________________________________________________ 11 _________________________________________________________________ 11 ____________________________________________________________________________ 12 _________________________________________________ 12 __________________________________________________ 13 ____________________________________________________________________ 13 ______________________________________________________________________ 13 _____________________________________________ 14 ____________________________________________________________________ 15 ___________________________________________________________ 15 ________________________________________________________ 16 ________________________________________________________________________ 17 _________________________________________________________ 17Induction Heating & Melting Safety Fundamentals Guide III© 2006 Inductotherm Corp. Foreword About This Guide Equipment Manuals Must Be Your Primary Safety Source Safety Must Be a Key Corporate Value Hazard Intensity Levels Consult Your Governing Agencies & Industry Organizations Inductotherm Heating & Melting Safety Kit Induction Heating & Melting Basics Induction Heating & Melting Induction Electrical System Configurations Safety Implications Induction Furnaces Come In Many Varieties Coreless Furnaces Channel Furnaces Induction Heating Be Aware of Induction Hazards Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Can Save Your Life Primary Protective Equipment Secondary Protective Equipment Lower Temperature, Higher Risk of Metal Splash Masks & Respirators Three Keys to Personal Safety Furnace Equipment Operation & Safety Precautions Molten Metal Splash: The Most Visible Foundry Hazard Eliminating Wet Scrap Sealed Containers Other Hazards Centrifugally-Cast Scrap Rolls Furnace Cooling Open Water Systems Require Careful Maintenance Bridging Situations Require Immediate Emergency Action Warning Signs of Bridging In the Event of a Bridge Spill Pits May Keep You from Being Knee-Deep in Molten Metal Ground & Leak Detection Systems Ground Leak Probe Key to Protection Ground Detector Module Turns Off Power System Maintenance Independent Molten Metal Leak Detector
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