Press Release Summary:
Designed to meet OSHA standards, TempCovers(TM) provide safe access to electrical panel that is being serviced by qualified worker. Units also provide necessary signage that indicates dangerous high voltage risk. Featuring non-conductive, shock-reducing magnets, UL-classified covers can be attached by electrician in seconds.
Original Press Release:
TempCovers(TM): The New UL Classified Temporary Panel Cover from Grace Engineered Products
The innovators of GracePort® convenience interfaces are continuing to come through on the challenge to provide the best products that increase electrical safety and employee productivity. Grace Engineered Products launched TempCovers(TM), one of the latest and most unique safety devices that will increase productivity, at IEEE Safety Conference in Dallas, Rockwell Automation's Complete Automation on the Move (CAOTM) in Cleveland, and at the St. Louis Electrical Expo in Missouri last week. These temporary panel covers called TempCovers(TM) meet OSHA standards and provide easy and safe access to an electrical panel that is being serviced by a qualified worker. TempCovers(TM) not only cover and uncover the electrical access to a panel in seconds, but they also provide necessary signage that indicates dangerous high voltage risk. In addition to the safety features TempCovers(TM) offer, they also have huge time and money saving benefits. Going to retrieve a part or tool from the electrician's truck has never been easier. No longer will electricians need to prolong service times (thereby increasing costs) by removing and reattaching a panel door. Instead, with TempCovers(TM) and their non-conductive, shock-reducing magnets, electricians can attach their TempCover(TM) in a matter of seconds. Grace Engineered Products is proud to provide unique and reliable electrical safety devices that make jobs simpler and more secure. They have quick order processing and a fast shipping record. They believe that the quicker their products reach their customers, the safer their maintenance people will be.