Safety Systems & Controls, Inc.

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1729E Brittmoore
Houston, TX 77043
About Safety Systems & Controls, Inc.
  • Manufactures vehicle interlock and loading brake systems that promote safety in the loading zone. Also manufactures Battery Protection, transmission shift inhibitor/interlocks and Idle Control systems and top travel speed limiters
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Products by Safety Systems & Controls, Inc.
  • Sure-Start

    SSC's Sure-Start battery protection system protects a vehicle's battery from accidental discharge. Read more
  • Ped-Lok

    SSC's PED-LokTM Loading Brake System automatically applies the vehicle's service brakes when the automated lights are flashing and the loading door opens. This ensures the bus is secure during loading/unloading and does NOT rely upon the driver to do anything outside their normal drive routine. Read more
  • DOT-Lok

    DOT-Lok G2 prevents forklift operators from enabling a drive gear if the vehicle land speed and/or engine RPM level is too high. This prevents driveline damage caused by hot-shifts. Read more