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December2015

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‘Lively interest’ expected for hazardous areas conference in 2016

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The two-year wait for the next HazardEx conference is almost over, with the biennial event due to return in February 2016. HazardEx on the Net reports that “lively interest” is expected for the 2016 conference, following on from the success of the 2014 event in Runcorn. “The HazardEx biennial conference and exhibition has become the […]

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Ex LED lighting drives global demand

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LED lighting fixtures, including ex LED lighting for hazardous areas, is among the driving forces behind growth in the global lighting market, according to a recent report. Persistence Market Research reports growing momentum in the global market, driven partly by the automotive sector, and also by construction activity. In terms of specific types of product […]

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EXHEAT debuts standard control panel for hazardous area heaters

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EXHEAT hazardous area heaters come in several different formats, including immersion heaters, line heaters and fan heaters, for use in industrial settings. Now the company has launched a standard control panel for use in safe areas, to control EXHEAT safe area and hazardous area heaters from throughout the company’s portfolio. The control panels are intended […]

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Why ripe mangoes may need ex equipment

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Mangoes

You might not imagine ripening mangoes would require hazardous area equipment, but a novel method of improving the ripening process could see ex equipment become a sensible precaution when storing and transporting the fruit immediately after harvest. Writing in an upcoming edition of the journal Postharvest Biology and Technology, researchers explain how an ‘inclusion complex’ […]

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