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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
FHEX24SMR PLC Radwell Federal Signal Flame Safety Products, Flame Safety Amplifier EXPLOSION PROOF VIBRATONE
GSXC42D Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensing and Control Machine Safety - MICRO SWITCH ™ Safety Switches - Electromechanical GSX Series, Explosion-Proof Safety Switch, 20 mm housing, 2NC/1NO top roller lever
GSXA42D Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensing and Control Machine Safety - MICRO SWITCH ™ Safety Switches - Electromechanical GSX Series, Explosion-Proof Safety Switch, 0.5 in NPT housing, 2NC/1NO top roller lever
GSXA46C Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensing and Control Machine Safety - MICRO SWITCH ™ Safety Switches - Electromechanical GSX Series, Explosion-Proof Safety Switch, 0.5 in NPT housing, 3NC/1NO top roller plunger
120X2009746 PLC Radwell Microswitch Safety Systems, Safety Interlock Switch EXPLOSION PROOF SNAP SWITCH 250-480VAC
120X2009746 PLC Radwell Micro Switch Safety Systems, Safety Interlock Switch EXPLOSION PROOF SNAP SWITCH 250-480VAC
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  • Basic concepts for explosion protection
    substances such as methane or coal dust in. mines, or petrol and in future perhaps hydrogen in vehicles. In such cases protection and safety are. provided by equipment which is reliably explosion proof. These days, the construction of explosion proof equipment goes far beyond the field of electrical
  • What's the Difference Between Explosion Proof & Intrinsically Safe?
    are "Explosion Proof" and "Intrinsically Safe". We will discuss these methods as they relate to gas detection equipment. Generally speaking, "explosion proof" is the more commonly used method for detector/sensor assemblies for fixed gas detection systems, where higher voltages and power requirements may
  • Minimize Dust Explosion Hazards
    for liquids and gases, but those data are frequently missing from MSDSs for solids. What engineers see is usually a cryptic or explanation that the material presents a vague dust explosion hazard, without reference to the conditions under which the hazard exists. Relevant powder/dust properties
  • Minimize Dust Explosion Hazards
    On January 29, 2003, a massive explosion rocked the West Pharmaceutical facility in Kinston, N.C. The blast killed six plant workers, injured dozens more, cost the economically depressed town more than two hundred jobs, and destroyed millions of dollars worth of property. Such was the devastation
  • When the Dust Settles: A Tutorial on Explosion-Proof Vacuums(.pdf)
    , it often isn’t the. to show up unannounced at as. for decades. case. In fact, using a vacuum that is. many of those plants as possible. not certified explosion-proof or. First issued in 1974, OSHA. intrinsically-safe to collect. The Occupational Health and Safety Standard 1910.107 regulates
  • Preventing a Disaster: A Tutorial on Explosion Proof Vacuums (.doc)
    In February of 2008, a sugar plant near Savannah, Georgia suffered the ultimate tragedy. Fourteen employees were killed and 40 injured when finely ground motes of sugar dust ignited, setting off a violent blast. If the fatalities and a tarnished reputation weren't enough, the Occupational Safety
  • Electrical Safety 101
    , the surrounding body tissue heats up, burning skin and. sometimes causing damage to internal organs. Thermal Burns. Thermal burns are a result of being exposed to an electrical explosion or being near hot surfaces. For example, an improperly cleared breaker due to faulty or shorted electrical equipment
  • Simplifying Plant Safety Instrumentation
    . the combination of heat and a chemical. reaction can spiral out of control, ruining product and possibly leading to an explosion. the same is true for the sulfur removing. hydrotreater units found in multiple places within a refinery. thus, the temperature and pressure must be monitored at many