Roxtec introduced an industrial safety study in Mexico, aiming to undertake a national campaign for all kinds of factories use pasamuros cortafuego sealed systems with certified technology to avoid accidents.
The study was fulfilled to 100 industrial companies, for 6 months and studies revealed that 84 % seal, 16 % do not seal, 74 % use materials called substitutes (those that seal, but do not provide suitable safeness,) and from that percentage, about 82 % has had a problem when using those substitutes and 64 % of manufacturing companies in Mexico do not know the industrial certifications about sealing and safety.
In addition, only 40 % of the companies that manage machinery fulfill the alignments from the Ministry of Labor and Social Security (STPS, by its Spanish initials.)
Karla Trejo, manager of Market Intelligence Marketing of Roxtec Mexico, noted that unlike other countries, Mexico has no regulations, that is why regarding critical infrastructure protection is fulfilled in an improvised manner; this means, in cables or piping they use substitute materials like foams, rags or rubber, which cannot guarantee protection against fires, floods, harmful fauna, explosives, electromagnetic discharges or even sabotage actions.
Roxtec seeks to improve the competitiveness of industrial safety, this is why Karla Trejo said that sealing solutions provided by the company are certified worldwide, with forefront technology, that is why they led to the best practices and a Multidiameter™ system, which adjusts to different sizes of cables and piping in scenarios such as cables for walls, floors, etc. to protect the infrastructure of critical equipment.
“Our solutions provide operative reliance, a continuity benefit of the operation and best practices applied to their business. And a technical level we provide high sealing quality, maximum airtightness, which could last up to 30 years, flexibility and is of easy installation,” said the Marketing Manager.
The company is also collaborating with STPS in the broadcasting and application of standards on the field, to prevent accidents; also, they are currently working on creating a standard for a smart sealing of critical infrastructure use that protects it against water, dust, fire, explosions, vibrations, electromagnetic interferences, etc.