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  • Jul 18, 2019
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Explosion proof Lighting in Wastewater Treatment Facilities

Safety in water and wastewater treatment facilities, as in any other field, demands knowledge about the source of hazards and control to the greatest possible extent of them. Wastewater and water treatment facilities can benefit from improv...
  • Jul 15, 2019
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Flammable and Explosive Dust in Hazardous Locations


 Flammable and Explosive Dust in Hazardous Locations Quality light in a hazardous location is necessary, but it could also be dangerous. Knowing the facilities, and the compositions that can be found in the location allows a proper, and...
  • Jul 09, 2019
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Why it is Hard to Become a Top Explosion Proof Lighting Manufacturer

The explosive atmospheres or hazardous locations market is in expansion, at the same time that the level of certification, requirements, and knowledge by both the buyers and the regulatory authorities is increasing. In order to access this...
  • Jul 03, 2019
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Safety of Lighting in Hazardous Environments

The improvements made in the LED technology have allowed certain industries to improve safety and security in hazardous environments while improving the quality of light and reducing costs. As with any kind of environment, lighting is an im...
  • Jul 11, 2017
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How would Brexit affect ATEX equipment

ATEX equipment is governed by the EU ATEX directive - the acronym itself comes from the French Appareils destines a etre utilises en atmospheres explosibles, or at least from the start of the last two words. There are actually two directives...
  • Jul 03, 2017
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Comparison between the Class, Division System and the Zone System

The evolution of hazardous location electrical codes and standards throughout the world has taken two distinct paths. In North America, a Class, Division System has been used for decades as the basis for area classification of hazardous (cla...