B&J Rocket says it always has an eye on the legal requirements that exist in different countries regarding workplace health and safety. In order to better meet these regulations, the company has changed its buffing blade packaging unit and decreased the weight of its packaging boxes by 10 kilogrammes. Boxes containing 30 sets (formerly 50 sets/25 kg) now weigh only 15 kilogrammes and are thus much better suited to the actual load limits applied to the lifting and carrying of occasional loads.
When B&J Rocket first announced the development of new buffing blades at Reifen 2014, the talk was of “evolution.” B&J had developed a new manufacturing process that enabled the blades, whose external appearance remained almost unchanged, to work much more effectively. The individual teeth cut much more aggressively, faster and remain sharp for a longer period. This in turn reduces heat and smoke build-up and results in an overall longer service life for the blades.