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Archive - April2016
Zone 2 equipment is suitable for lower-risk hazardous areas at a greater distance from the explosion risk or the point at which combustible vapours are being released. This is the hazardous area equipment that bridges the gap between the zones of highest risk – where Zone 0 or Zone 1 equipment is needed – and […]
A failure to teach ‘green’ chemistry in universities is leading to increased hazardous area risks that must be tackled with specialist equipment, rather than being designed out of processes in the first place, according to an RSC article. The Royal Society of Chemistry reported in its Chemistry World publication that curriculums are failing to prioritise […]