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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
EG8000X Global Industrial Euramco Safety Not Provided Euramco Safety 16" Smoke Removal Fan With Explosion Proof Motor Eg8000x 1-1/2 Hp 4459 Cfm
EA7000X Global Industrial Euramco Safety Not Provided Euramco Safety 16" Smoke Removal Fan With Explosion Proof Motor Ea7000x 1/2 Hp 3200 Cfm
CLSXB4T Allied Electronics, Inc. HONEYWELL MICROSWITCH Not Provided Switch, Explosion Proof, Cable Pull Safety, 1NC/1NO Direct Opening, Slow Action
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
GSXC46D Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensing and Control Machine Safety - MICRO SWITCH ™ Safety Switches - Electromechanical GSX Series, Explosion-Proof Safety Switch, 20 mm housing, 3NC/1NO top roller lever
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    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
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    resulting in a large flammable gas leak and vapor cloud explosion as comprehended by US EPA and OSHA (1998).The plant downtime was 3 hours while the explosion was felt 10 miles away. This resulted in many minor injuries and equipment damage. The above incidents confirm that the accidents happened due

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