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DESIGNED TO BE DIFFERENT
BUILT TO BE BETTER

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Improving SAFETY

Increasing RELIABILITY

Maintaining ACCESSIBILITY

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The SafeTCase  explained
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WHY WE CREATED THE SAFETCASE

Having operated on DoD aviation facilities for the past 20 years, we observed that the method of supplying shore power to crafts requiring specific electrical current (such as 400hz or 270DC) was outdated, not in compliance with current UFC and electrical safety standards, and unnecessarily unsafe.

 

We have also been called to fix broken electrical cabinets when cords have torn the cabinet away from the wall and have seen, first hand, the impact this has on the operational environment that is so critical to our clients and Country’s mission of remaining ever-ready.

THE PROBLEM

CURRENT PROCESS

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✔ Exposes users to unnecessary risk of injury       or death by arc flash electrocution.

 Does not comply with UFC, and NEC, and           OSHA safety codes.

✔ Requires burdensome personal protection       equipment (PPE) for safe operation                       including a certified Arc Flash Suit.

✔ Cord Enclosure creates environmental               hazard when cords are torn from cabinet.

✔ Provides no visual feedback to users for             available power, or power delivery status.

 Cabinet access remains unprotected to in         untrained or unauthorized access.

✔ Replacement parts are not readily available OTS (Off the Shelf Items).

THE SOLUTION

 SIMPLE & SAFE OPERATION 

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✔ Simple operation - plug and push the start and stop button

✔ Training is streamlined to be efficient and effective

✔ Does not required Arc Flash PPE for operation

✔ Indicator light provides feedback of available power

✔ Optional LCD screen provides data reads for Volts, Hz, Amps

✔ Provides UFC compliant safety circuit (UFC 4-211-01 May 18,2020

Are You Meeting
Code & Safety Regulations?

Governing Agencies & Prevailing Codes 

for Arc Flash & Electrical Safety

National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) Section 70 & 70E​

 

Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 1584​

 

Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) 29 CFR 1910​

 

United Facilities Criteria (UFC) May 2020

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6 Pin Anderson Receptacle

Do your facilities and procedures meet current codes and safety regulations?
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BUY AMERICA / AMERICAN COMPLIANT

The SafeTCase is built to suit your VAC, VDC, and Hz requirements

 

Optional LCD screen is available for verifying exact voltage and frequency present.

Rigorously tested for quality and craftsmanship.

Immediate service, maintenance, and parts available.

Safely & Effectively Provide Power for Various Applications

✔ 400 Hz
✔ Various DC Voltage Needs
✔ Custom Engineered
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