EIDE’s DBQ unlockable centrifugal brake has been shortlisted, among hundreds of submissions, inside the “Contribution to Safe Working at Height “category at the IAPA awards 2020, the most prestigious and respected awards in our industry.
The DBQ brake was launched in 2019, as an answer to a requested demand: the possibility to disable manually a centrifugal brake, in order to test other safety devices installed in the same machine. It operates without external power and it can be switched on/off quick and easily.
EIDE is a company with more than 65 years of experience improving the safety, efficiency and durability of industrial equipment. We design, manufacture and supply brakes for industrial machinery in sectors such as construction, building cleaning and renewable energy.
IPAF’s members are manufacturers, distributors, rental companies, training centres and users in the field of mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) and mast climbing work platforms (MCWPs).
This year, the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) summit will be held in London on April 23th. The International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs) and the IPAF Summit conference is a fantastic combined educational and networking event for the access industry.
At EIDE we value the candidacy in this category and we want to thank those who have made it possible, all the people who are part of our products and projects.
The IPAF Summit & IAPAs 2020 event, scheduled to be held in London, UK, on 23 April 2020, has been postponed and will now be held on 18 March 2021, owing to ongoing concerns and contingency planning in response to the worldwide coronavirus outbreak.
Event organisers the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) and KHL have announced they have jointly taken the decision to postpone the showcase event as a precaution against the backdrop of uncertainty around the spread of COVID-19. It will be held at the original venue, the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in Kensington, London