Hazardous area equipment caters for a range of specific needs, such as resistance to harsh chemicals, reduced risk of igniting an explosion, or remote operation with minimal maintenance demands. It is the latter of these that could prove most valuable in the hazardous area equipment deployed as part of an upcoming scheme to start generating […]
Archive - November2016
Heli decks have their own inherent hazards, but combined with the environment in which they operate – especially in the petrochemical industries, for example – they can further reinforce this need for the right hazardous area equipment.
A major incident in which a poisonous vapour cloud shut down shipping lanes on the River Humber near Grimsby and Hull serves as a reminder of why proper Zone 1 equipment must be used when working with hazardous materials.
ATEX equipment in the European region is adding to overall global growth in the signal conditioning market, according to a market analysis from ReportsnReports. In 2015 the market was already worth an estimated $560 million, and this is forecasted to rise to $817.5 million by 2022 at a compound annual growth rate of 5.46%. Within […]