Safety

AllHyd.com as a part of their Health & Safety Policy use this web site to publish all reported cases of failures and injuries reported to us which are directly attributed to M.O.E. equipment supplied by our company.


MK10 & MK11 Anti-barricade Jack Safety History (supplied by PowerPlus Systems Ltd):


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Inappropriate Modification:

There has been one reported case of an establishment changing a hydraulic fitting with a low pressure pneumatic fitting. This adaptor failed under pressure. Always use spare parts supplied by the original manufacturer.


Inappropriate Use:

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There has been one reported case of the plastic handle grips coming off when a single person attempted to pull a MK10 trolley upstairs. Trolleys are designed to be carried by 4 people. All trolleys have the facility to be carried by four people. Never attempt to take upstairs with less than four people.


Inappropriate Use:

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There has been one reported case of a jack leaving the door when being used on a metal door frame at lock height. The falling jack struck the operator on the knee. MK10 anti-barricade jacks are NOT designed for metal door frames.










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