Innovation and design

At Siraga, we don't deliver standard solutions. Every machine we manufacture is tailor-made to suit your specific needs. Our technical services team will enter into a genuine collaboration with you in order to deliver the product that meets your requirements in the best way possible. We constantly listen to our customers' feedback, and develop our products accordingly.

The purpose of this machine design policy is to guarantee you maximum reliability and safety, without jeopardising the functionality and competitiveness of our machines. 

In the design and manufacture of our equipment, we are subject to a number of directives and regulations in terms of safety, health, environment and consumer protection, as per European Union laws. We strictly respect these technical obligations. We like to take up technical and regulatory challenges, and often work to address complex problems.

Quality policy

The deployment of a quality management system ISO 9001 for all our business enables us to self-certify for the Safety and ATEX standards (the mechanical portion). Through our organisation and the implementation of procedures, we can assure you that the equipment we manufacture is compliant with the models tested and presented to obtain the “EC TYPE” certificate. We use electrical and electronic components that are ATEX certified. Concerning Siraga parts, we, as well as our subcontractors, are audited annually by a testing laboratory – the LCIE – to renew our ATEX notification. The harmonisation of European and international standards in terms of ATEX regulations, the IECEx*, allows us to extend our strategy to a worldwide scope. 

Risk analysis

Assisted by a dedicated team from our engineering and design department, we conduct risk analysis of our machines. The assessment of risk (frequency/ gravity) involves a series of logical steps to systematically examine the dangerous phenomena associated with the machine. The risk assessment is followed, whenever needed, by reduction or elimination of the risk, via different means such as modifications to the machine design, or implementation of protective devices, for example. The same team tests equipment, in particular for electrostatic load tests (EN 13 463-I standard). We then send the results of these analyses to the relevant laboratory (e.g. LCIE, etc.). Lastly, the customer may commission an auditing body, such as Bureau Véritas, to ensure that the health and safety requirements are being followed by carrying out an inspection of the equipment in our workshop and/or on its own site.

98% of our customers confirm that the delivered equipment meets their expectations. This is the indisputable evidence that we make no empty promises!

Source: Customer survey, 2008