The Crucial Importance of Torque Control in Threaded Joints in the Aerospace Industry

The aerospace industry is one of the most demanding in terms of safety and performance. Every component of an aircraft, from engines to navigation systems, must operate accurately and reliably at all times. In this context, torque control in threaded joints rises to a position of critical importance in all phases of the aerospace industry value chain.

Maintenance and Repair Operations on FPSO Vessels: Mitigating Risks in Explosive Atmospheres and Ensuring Safety

FPSO (Floating Production Storage and Offloading) vessels have revolutionized the oil and gas industry by providing an efficient and versatile solution for offshore hydrocarbon production, storage and transfer. However, like any infrastructure in harsh marine environments, FPSOs face constant challenges in terms of maintenance and repair.

The importance of hygiene protocols and the use of stainless-steel tools in the food and beverage industry

In this article, we will explore the importance of cleaning in the facilities of companies in the food and beverage sector and highlight why stainless-steel tools are ideal to ensure hygiene, when making technical stops in facilities of this kind. Want to know why? Read on!

Why customizing tool kits with foam trays can increase safety and efficiency

In the most demanding industries, where efficiency and safety are fundamental, having a proper organization system for industrial tools can make the difference between success and failure. In this article, we will explore the significant advantages of customizing tool sets with foam trays. Do you want to know what are the advantages of customizing tool sets with foam trays? Keep reading!

What is ESD and what risks does it pose to industries

Electrostatic discharges (ESD) are electrostatic phenomena that allow the circulation of electric current and occur suddenly and momentarily when two objects with different electrical charges come into contact or rub against each other. Do you want to know what risks they entail for industrial operators and how to prevent them? read on!

What is the IEC 60900 standard and why it is important in the use of industrial tools in environments with electrical voltage

The IEC 60900 standard is an international standard that establishes the requirements that isolated hand tools must meet for work in voltage up to 1,000 V in alternating current and 1,500 V in direct current.

RFID: How it works and its applications

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology has experienced exponential growth in recent years. As technology has evolved, so have RFID applications. Today we will analyze the fundamental aspects of RFID technology, its operation, practical applications, especially in the use of industrial tools, and its future potential. Keep reading.

Ohio train derailment, or how a lack of safety means caused a major environmental disaster

In a small town called East Palestine, 40 kilometers from Pittsburgh, a freight train with 141 cars is preparing to transport a series of goods to Conway (Pennsylvania). What they probably didn't expect is that the train departing from Madison, Illinois, would suddenly disrupt their lives.

EGA Group Solutions for Safe Tool Use

As promised in the previous post, we finish this saga on the "Safe use of tools", with the solutions that we have developed in EGA Group for some of the mentioned cases. Do you want to know them? Keep reading!

How to prevent the most common risks and accidents in the use of hand tools?

In previous posts, we have been analyzing the basic safety rules to be followed when using industrial tools. We also looked at the most common accidents and their causes. Today, let's take a look at some measures that can be taken to prevent, or reduce, these risks. Read on to find out more!