Honeywell Combustion Safety flourishes with expertise in the automotive industry, servicing various Fortune 1000 companies from OEM’s to Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers.
Our Start: Honeywell Combustion Safety’s Corporate Safety Inspection and Testing Program was launched with Ford Motor Company in 1999. Today, this collaboration led to Ford enjoying the enviable position of having an industry leading combustion safety program, customized to their needs, and deployed at 150+ sites globally.
Over the years, Honeywell Combustion Safety has partnered with many automotive manufacturers to improve their combustion equipment safety, reliability and efficiency worldwide.
Find out how Honeywell Combustion Safety can improve your automotive operations today. We are the industry’s leader in combustion equipment safety and compliance.
ADDITIONAL AUTOMOTIVE RESOURCES
Why Little Leaks Ruin and Jeopardize Big Boilers
Hazard: Leaking systems can create dangerous conditions. Pressure vessels don’t have to be big to hurt you.
Paint Shop Oven Explosion
A paint shop oven exploded at a major auto manufacturer’s facility in the greater Detroit area. The damage was severe and took days to fix. This article discusses immediate actions that could help to avoid such incidents.
Is Your Oven Telling You It's Unsafe?
If you know what to listen and look for, your fuel train, purge system, ignition system and explosion-relief panels will tell you when your oven may be operating unsafely.
Boiler Safety Intuition
Diagnosing boiler problems sometimes takes almost all of the senses. Developing a safety intuition regarding boilers embeds certain things into all of your senses. With this safety intuition, the next time you are around a boiler, your skills will be complimented by a well-honed sixth sense that includes enhanced listening, smelling, and observation skills.
Large Complex Safety Program Increases Safety, Fuel & Operations Efficiency
An automotive manufacturer began an extremely focused safety program for all gas-fired equipment used in space heating and hot water production at their complex of office and research facilities housing more than 10,000 employees within 2,000,000 sq. ft of property. Since most sites were not conducting testing of safety shut-off valves, safety relief valves, interlocks, or establishing consistent checklists or procedures, the risk of an event was high.
Explosion Sparks Industry-Leading Corporate Inspection & Training Program
A multinational automaker had a large boiler explosion that resulted in loss of life, injury and extensive damage. The event sparked immediate attention from corporate leadership as well as governing agencies that sought to prevent such tragedies from occurring again. A mandate was imposed company-wide to utilize a third-party vendor to provide training at all plants, as well as to inspect every boiler at all of their North American facilities for the next 3 years.
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