FKgroup’s cutting solutions always put workers at the centre, ensuring a human-friendly work environment.

FKgroup cutting systems are designed to provide eco-friendly working conditions for the operator. This is possible thanks to quiet solutions with efficient filter systems and low heat generation.

By integrating the best international standards, FKgroup remains faithful to its mission: to offer the ‘first choice’ of the best companies in the sector, including in terms of safety.

Choosing an FKgroup machine means choosing the best, including for environment and respect for the operator.

Because of their minimal noise, FKgroup cutting machines are among the few in the world that can be used without noise-cancelling headphones.
Considering the different processing phases, FKgroup machines produce an average of 72.8 dB, as proven in the ISO-certified phonometric survey.

In particular, they comply with the standards set by Legislative Decree 81/08 and by:

UNI EN ISO 3744:2021(E)

ISO 3746

ISO 7574-3

ISO 3740

ISO 3747

ISO 7574-4

ISO 3741

ISO 4871

IEC 804

ISO 3743-1

ISO 7574-1

IEC 942-1988

ISO 3743-2

ISO 7574-2


FKgroup manufactures cutting machines equipped with ISO 5011-certified automotive filters, the most efficient on the market, which maintain very high air quality standards.

The machinery produced by the group adopts a two-filter, three-stage filtering system which comes from the automotive sector. This system allows for effective suction of micro-particulate matter, which is the main substance that is harmful to people.
This certified system makes it possible to guarantee a healthy working environment while avoiding the use of masks.

Innovation and technology at the service of health.

In addition to paying attention to air and noise pollution, FKgroup is also committed to producing machinery capable of generating a reduced amount of heat. This factor is essential not only to reduce polluting emissions (particularly CO2) and cooling costs, but also to ensure a working environment free of thermal stress.

The group is aware of the possible damage to the health of workers caused by non-optimal microclimatic conditions, which has also been recognised by Legislative Decree 81/08, Title VIII.