Compressed air doors for use in the milking parlor, of Irish origin, which does not meet the current legislation setting out the essential safety and health requirements, has been marketed in the European Union, according to the Department of Labor Inspection, Ministry of Labor, Welfare and Social Insurance.
Specifically, the Department of Labor Inspection states that according to data entered in the Rapid Information Exchange System (RAPEX) this product is dangerous.
This is a machine with doors that operate with compressed air for use in the milking parlor, of Irish origin.
RAPEX Report: Report 6, No. Notification A12 / 00176/21
According to the Department of Labor Inspection, there are gaps in the construction of the door that is activated with compressed air, where the user can trap parts of his body. Note that the product does not comply with the requirements of the Machinery Directive.