While the harsh weather conditions of winter present an obvious need for hazardous area equipment that can withstand heavy rain, strong winds and extreme cold, the spring-summer months bring their own risks that can be mitigated through the use of the correct hazardous area equipment. The obvious example is the swing from cold temperatures to […]
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HDL106 LED floodlights from Chalmit have been hailed as “the future of hazardous area lighting” and with the news that the company has relaunched the range, that future is looking bright.
FEAM Exd enclosures give you flame-proof protection of your equipment with company heritage spanning decades and all the necessary modern-day certification.
It’s important not just to buy the right hazardous area equipment, but to ensure that it is installed and configured for correct use – which is why we offer several services and solutions for hazardous area equipment customers.
Hazardous area lighting should be designed to take the risks of the zone into account – for example, not emitting high levels of heat in the presence of combustible gases or dusts.
There are always warnings about extra risks in the home in the run-up to Christmas, from scented candles setting the curtains on fire, to overloaded multi-way adaptors sparking and setting the tree alight, but the season brings some very significant extra concerns to industrial hazardous areas too – here are five to keep in mind this year.
The global safety switches market will grow continually from 2017 until at least 2021, according to a forecast from Research and Markets. In the newly published report, the analyst predicts a compound annual growth rate of 3.8% in the global safety switches market, starting from a 2016 baseline and lasting for at least five years. […]
A lot of hazardous area equipment is made of metal – including metallic hazardous area conduits that offer strength and liquid-tight properties – but non-metallic hazardous area conduits are also worth considering as they may be the better option in many cases. Non-metallic conduits keep out water and dust, are easy to install and are […]
Last month we looked at hazardous area equipment for cold weather in terms of the lower end of the operating temperature range – but what are the best hazardous area heaters to raise the air temperature for equipment that needs warmer ambient conditions, or just for the comfort of humans in the area? Hazardous area […]