Our company motto is “Always One Step Ahead” reflecting our strong belief that, by being better prepared and aware of workplace hazards, we can potentially avoid them. It’s our mission to foster that attitude in our customers and help to create a more productive and happier workplace for everyone.
Globally, workplace accidents are a major economic and social issue. In the United States, it is estimated that the cost to industry from these accidents and injuries exceeds 200 million US$ annually, while in the United Kingdom, the overall cost to the economy has been calculated to be nearly 5 billion GBP per year*1.
Asia Create is at the forefront of developing innovative safety simulation technology providing solutions to help combat the economic and social costs of workplace accidents and injury.
Our “ACSEL” Safety Simulator Machine series have been in production since 2005 with more than 60 types of Simulator Machines installed in leading manufacturing companies throughout Japan and exported globally to manufacturing companies throughout South East Asia and the United States of America.
Here are some examples of the Safety experience Training Machines that we designed.
Each product is our original since we produce equipment to meet the onsite conditions of each customer.
This simulator allows you to experience the feeling of getting your hands jammed in moving plastic chain.
By this experience, we would like people to imagine that you have got your hands jammed in your actual workplace.
This simulator measures the impact when you fall from height.Looking at the number readout of the impact, and
This simulator lets you experience remaining air pressure inside a pipe. By crushing an empty steel can with an air coupler sent flying out with remaining pressure, you will understand the power and fearfulness of remaining pressure.
With fine particle powder suspended in the air, it only takes the smallest of ignition sources to result in a large-scale explosion.
The device, which uses 0.5 ton air press machine, allows people to experience the risk to overestimate a safety device such as a photoelectric sensor.