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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
HADP9-3/4-T-EX-CCWDB Global Industrial Americraft Manufacturing Co., Inc Not Provided Americraft Hazardous Location Blower, Hadp9, 3/4 Hp, 3 Ph, Explosion Proof, Ccw, Downblast
HADP12-11/2-S-EX-CCWUB Global Industrial Americraft Manufacturing Co., Inc Not Provided Americraft Hazardous Location Blower, Hadp12, 1-1/2 Hp, 1 Ph, Explosion Proof, Ccw, Upblast
PB-HLS-48-BHL Global Industrial Tpi Industrial Not Provided Tpi 48 Portable Blower Fan Belt Drive Swivel Base Hazardous Location Pb-Hls-48-Bhl 1 Hp 22700 Cfm
PB-HLS-36-BHL Global Industrial Tpi Industrial Not Provided Tpi 36 Portable Blower Fan Belt Drive Swivel Base Hazardous Location Pb-Hls-36-Bhl 1/2 Hp 14500 Cfm
T1 Global Industrial Tpi Industrial Not Provided Tpi Factory Installed Single Pole Thermostat For Hazardous Location Wall Convector T1 - 120/480v
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  • Encoders for Hazardous Locations
    PAPER. Encoders Go Barrier-less in Hazardous Locations. By Allen Chasey. With today’s widespread demand for energy, oil exploration and. production are critical to the global economy. Drilling companies. and equipment manufacturers are continually looking for ways to. improve efficiency and save
  • Instrumentation Tray Cable and its Uses in Hazardous and Non-hazardous Locations (.pdf)
    . HAZARDOUS LOCATION. NON-HAZARDOUS. Class I, Division 1 or 2. LOCATION. <18”. ’. Explosion-proof Enclosure. <18”. <18”. <18. < ”. 18. 10. 8 ’. >18”. Assembly is equally important in these locations, as conduit must be constructed so that. arcing between the conduit and enclosures does not occur
  • LED Lighting for Hazardous Locations (.pdf)
    in semiconductors, optics, and materials, LED applications have grown exponentially. ./31479d38-79a7-4b8e-a53f-18e546112f5e LED Lighting for Hazardous Locations. High-quality, environmentally friendly LED lighting has arrived. White Paper. May 2007. LED Lighting for Hazardous Locations. High-quality
  • Solar Installations in Hazardous Locations. What is the Class 1, Division 2 Classification?
    The Oil & Gas Industries have been major customers of the Off-Grid Solar Electric Industry for many years. At a recent training event-Choosing the Right Charge Controller for Off-Grid Solar Electric Systems-we learned that many of you want to learn more about "What the Hazardous Locations (Class 1
  • How To Choose The Correct Hazardous Location Approved Pressure Transmitter in the Oil & Gas Industry (.pdf)
    assemblies and Christmas trees require rugged and weatherproof pressure transmitters designed to meet the demanding requirements of a highly hazardous environment. To withstand this type of location, pressure transmitters must be of Intrinsically Safe, Explosion-Proof or Non-Incendive design
  • Linear Actuators built for Hazardous Locations
    GSX linear actuators from Exlar Corp., Chanhassen, Minn., are available with CSA Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C and D certification. This means they can be used in places near flammable gases and vapors.
  • White Paper- Calibration in Hazardous Locations (.pdf)
    Striking a match in an environment that contains combustible gas is nothing short of dangerous personal injury and property damage are likely consequences. Improperly calibrating an instrument in this hazardous environment can be almost as dangerous.
  • Enhanced Communication Between Field Devices and Automation Systems in Hazardous Locations (.doc)
    Distributed Control Systems available today offer advantages that were not available during the 1990's. Distributed I/O and Distributed Controllers with various data highways to interconnect afforded very attractive options. The desired advantage of any DCS is to minimize the length of cable runs,
  • Application Note: Enhancing Workplace Safety in Hazardous Locations with PICO (R) 259-UL913 Intrinsically Safe Fuse
    Apparatus for. Use in Class I, II, and III, Division 1, Hazardous (Classified). Locations.". The purpose of this standard is to specify requirements for. the construction and testing of electrical apparatus, or parts. of such apparatus, having circuits that are not capable of. causing ignition
  • Installing Automation in Hazardous Areas
    (NEMA) System. In North America, the most commonly used Area classification method uses the Class, Division. and Group system per the National Electric Code (NEC chapter 5). This system defines Class I. hazardous locations as operation in the presence of flammable and explosive mixtures of specific