Protecting your most valuable assets
The Geo. M. Martin Company maintains an ongoing commitment to the safety of our customers and their employees. Below you will find information on specific safety systems as well as safety bulletins addressing specific issues regarding our machines. If you have questions on any of this information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call your regional sales representative.
Safety Bulletin 202200701 for LBX and SBX Scrubbers
Important Safety Labels have been added to LBX and SBX SCRUBBERS. A cover letter and package of labels (inc. safety lablels L-792131-00, L-792132-00, and L-792046-00A ), instructions for installing the labels, and instructions to build a maintenance platform has been sent to all owners of SBX and LBX SCRUBBERS.
Copies of the cover letter and instructions may be downloaded from the links below. If you have any questions or require additional/replacement labels please contact the Geo.M. Martin Service department a +1-510-652-2200, or by emailing email@example.com.
LCS™ System – Load Change Safety™ System (Patented)
On October 28, 2003, the LCS™ System was introduced to the U.S. industry. Packages containing detailed information has been sent out to all companies currently owning a Geo. M. Martin stacker according to our database. If you have a Martin Stacker and have not received a package, please contact us immediately. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call your >regional sales representative.
|LCS™ Downloads||Last Updated|
|LCS Information Flyer||July 20, 2012|
|Verifying Geo. M. Martin Stackers||October 20, 2003|
|No Geo. M. Martin Stackers at this Site||October 20, 2003|
|LCS™ Customer Data Sheet||March 15, 2004|
|LCS Installation Guide (14.7 MBytes)||March 12, 2014|
|LCS LG-II Installation Guide Only (1.3 MBytes)||March 12, 2014|
|LCS Certification Form (0.3 MBytes)||May 11, 2006|
|LCS Error Codes (0.3 MBytes)||August 6, 2004|
Deck Lock-Out Device
This device is standard equipment on all new Geo. M. Martin stackers and available as a retrofit on existing machines already installed. The device is to be part of the plant Lock-Out-Tag-Out operations to allow blocking the stacker in the up position. See LOTO, ZES, IES tab.
|DL-O Downloads||Last Updated|
|LCS Information Flyer||December 20, 2004|
Lock-Out/Tag-Out, ZES, IES Labeling
The Geo. M. Martin Company maintains an ongoing commitment to the safety of our customers and their employees. Below you will find reference information regarding Lock-Out/Tag-Out, Zero Energy State Labeling and Intermediate Energy State for your Martin Up Stackers.
Additional Safety Bulletins
For additional bulletins, please contact email@example.com.