Products & ServicesSee also: Categories | Featured Products | Technical Articles | Engineering Web Results
Supplier: Carlton-Bates Company
Description: SolaHD encapsulated transformers are rated for Hazardous Locations (Class 1, Division 2, Group A-D) as well as harsh industrial environments. Encapsulation and rugged NEMA 3R enclosures protect the transformer from dust, moisture, and provide extra shock and vibration resistance. SolaHD UL listed
- Type: Other
- Winding Turns: Step-Down Transformer
- Transformer Category: Power / Power System / Distribution Transformer
- Standards: CSA, UL
Supplier: New Pig Corporation
Description: Preprinted to meet general hazardous material guidelines as well as PCB-specific requirements, including proper shipping name and UN number Clear contents labeling speeds inspection of containers packed inside shipping containers. Bright colors and easy-to-read legends help make signage easy
Supplier: SKS Bottle & Packaging, Inc.
Description: Follow IATA regulation with "Keep Away From Heat" hazardous shipping labels for highly flammable materials being shipped by air (such as self-reacting materials including class 4.1 spontaneously combustibles and class 5.2 organic peroxides). These shipping labels feature a bold graphic
- Backing / Base: Paper
Supplier: Rutke Signs, Inc.
Description: of hazardous materials and first responders who must quickly assess emergency situations National Marker provides a full range of compliant products for hazardous materials locations. Check out our Shipping section for products to identify vehicles transporting hazardous materials. Class 2 DOT
- Backing / Base: Specialty / Other
- Features: Adhesive Backed
Supplier: Scientific Polymer Products, Inc.
Description: Poly(n-decyl acrylate) Catalog # : 216 CAS : 29500-86-5 Physical Form : Solution in toluene (Unit weight does not include weight of solvent.) Approx Mw : 130,000 Fp (F) : 40 Hazardous Class : Flammable Soluble in : Esters, ketones, THF
- Chemical / Polymer System Type: Acrylic
- Material Type / Grade: Thermoplastic
- Chemical / Polymer System Type: Acrylic
Supplier: Springer Controls Company, Inc.
Description: Type 675 are “UL” approved. Corrosion Proof, Cast-Iron material Hazardous Locations Nema 3R, 7, 8, 9 Class I, Group B, C, D Class II, Group E, F, G Springer Controls hazardous location switches, also known as oil immersed switches, are designed to provide dependable heavy duty
- Rocker Actuator: Other
- Maintained Contact Switch Function: ON / OFF
- Pole and Throw Specifications: SPDT, DPST
- Terminal Type: Screw Terminals
Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Materials - USP Class VI, One Component, LED Curable System -- LED403MedSupplier: Master Bond, Inc.
Description: , it is intrinsically safer than one requiring UV light for polymerization, as LED light emitting sources are generally considered to be less hazardous and more user friendly than their comparable UV light sources. Master Bond LED403Med requires no mixing and will cure rapidly, with the speed of cure dependent
- Substrate / Material Compatibility: Ceramic / Glass, Metal, Plastic
- Dissimilar Substrates: Yes
- Features: Electrical Insulation / Dielectric Material
- Cure Type / Technology: UV / Radiation Cured (EB, Light), Single Component System
Electromechanical Relays - Relay;E-Mech;Hermetically Sealed;4PDT;Cur-Rtg 5A;Ctrl-V 24DC;Plug-In -- 70184925Supplier: Allied Electronics, Inc.
Description: Several contact materials available. Gold Flashed Contacts. Class 1, Division 2 certification for hazardous locations. Mounting lug. Several mounting options. Sealed for wash-down conditions.
- Pole Specifications: Four Pole (4P)
- Throw Specifications: Double Throw
Supplier: Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums
Description: The A15 EXP is an air-operated, intrinsically safe vacuum that meets the requirements for use is Class I, Group D, and Class II, Groups E*, F, and G. It is designed for the collection of dry materials. (The A15 EXPW is another version of the machine designed for wet material collection). The vacuum
- Vacuum Model: Portable / Pedestrian Unit
- Media: Dry
- Applications: Explosive Media, General Cleaning
- HEPA / ULPA Filters: Yes
Supplier: Baker Company (The)
Description: . Weighing and diluting chemical carcinogens. Working with high concentrations of low to moderate risk agents. Use of equipment or instrumentation generating high aerosol volumes. Maximum containment of highly infectious or hazardous experimental materials. Working with large amounts of low
Supplier: Fisher Scientific
Description: Misc. hazardous materials Label, DOT Shipping; Fisherbrand; For class 9 miscellaneous dangerous goods; Legend: Top, vertical stripes; Bottom, blank; Meet HM-215B; Size: 4 x 4 in. diamond; Material: pressure-sensitive paper (not weather-resistant); Pack of 25
Find Suppliers by Category Top
Featured Products for Hazardous Material Class Top
Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums
Hazardous Location Vacuums
Nilfisk CFM's A15 EXP series of pneumatic hazardous location vacuums feature three separate models to meet all your cleaning needs. The A15 EXP is designed for dry material collection and comes with a 6.6 gallon collection container, or 13.2 gallon capacity with the new model A15/50 EXP. The A15 EXPW is designed for wet/dry operation. All three vacuums meet the requirements for use in Class I, Group D, and Class II, Groups E*, F, and G environments, and are ATEX-approved (EX) for zones 1, 2, 21... (read more)
Browse Vacuums (Industrial) Datasheets for Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums
Baker Company (The)
Class III Biological Safety Cabinets
for Class III include: •Working with emerging diseases or diseases marked for near eradication. •Weighing and diluting chemical carcinogens. •Working with high concentrations of low to moderate risk agents. •Use of equipment or instrumentation generating high aerosol volumes. •Maximum containment of highly infectious or hazardous experimental materials. •Working with large amounts of low to moderate risk agents. IsoGARD ® Class III Glovebox. •Class III... (read more)
Browse Biological Safety Cabinets Datasheets for Baker Company (The)
NEW BASCO Hazardous Area Drum Heater
BASCO's Hazardous Area Drum Heater is ATEX and IECEx Certified for Zone 1 and Zone 2 use in flammable and explosive areas equal to Class 1 Division 1 and Class 1 Division 2 environments in the USA. Constructed with custom elastomer and silicone coated glass cloth materials and high density fiberglass insulation. The heating medium uses a patented technology of positive temperature coefficient membranes. Safe operating conditions are maintained even in the presence of potentially explosive gases... (read more)
Browse Industrial Heaters Datasheets for BASCO, Inc.
U.S. Chemical Storage
Lithium Battery Storage
U.S. Chemical Storage is a recognized leader in providing safe storage solutions for any number of hazardous materials. Whether meeting an EPA or OSHA requirement or to provide your organization an extra level of protection , contact U.S. Chemical Storage to discuss a design that meets your individual needs . . These prefabricated, fire rated structures are specifically designed to protect from the hazardous nature of lithium batteries. 2-Hour and 4-Hour Fire... (read more)
Browse Hazmat Storage Buildings Datasheets for U.S. Chemical Storage
Conduct Research Top
Installing Automation in Hazardous Areas
. vapors and gases with air. Class II hazardous locations must operate in the presence of. combustible dusts in air, while Class III areas relate to operation in environments where fibers are. present. Divisions are determined based on the likelihood of the combustible material being present. Division 1
Installation Guide for Hazardous Areas
Hazardous areas and classifications .......................................................... 7. 2.1 Class, Division and Zone .......................................................................... 7. 2.2 Methods of protection
Encoders for Hazardous Locations
. Explosible (French for "explosive atmosphere"), is a commonly recognized European Union. directive that establishes a detailed code for products used in hazardous locations. Encoders. we'll discuss in this paper generally fall into Zone 0, where flammable materials are. continuously present, or Zone 1
Hazardous Area Classifications
Hazardous Areas are locations where the potential for fire or explosion exists because of gases, dust, or easily ignitable fibers or flyings in the atmosphere. In North America, hazardous areas are separated by classes, divisions, and groups to define the level of safety required for equipment
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Compliance
. These components will. be marked with the suffix `-LF' to denote RoHS Lead-Free status without any exemptions. These products do not contain any. banned hazardous substances above the allowable levels set by the RoHS Directive. RoHS 5 and RoHS 6. RoHS 5 rating denotes that all homogenous materials
LED Lighting for Hazardous Locations (.pdf)
in semiconductors, optics, and materials, LED applications have grown exponentially. ./987ba5ee-e64f-405c-a22c-949a5a580e61 LED Lighting for Hazardous Locations. High-quality, environmentally friendly LED lighting has arrived. White Paper. May 2007. LED Lighting for Hazardous Locations. High-quality
Disposal of OilSorb
as they are not classified as hazardous material. Disposal of OilSorb -- Biomin Inc. Bulletins. Articles. Products. Discussions. Contact. About. The global leaders in clay filtration media since 1985. Home > Articles >. Disposal of OilSorb. Spent OilSorb media is easily disposed of in a variety of ways
What's the Difference Between Explosion Proof & Intrinsically Safe?
equipment must be installed in hazardous locations, there are strict requirements for the construction of the installation, including materials and design requirements. To prevent inadvertent ignition of flammable gases and vapors by electrical equipment, the two most common methods of protection
Engineering Web Search: Hazardous Material Class Top
Shipping Hazardous Materials and Dangerous Goods - FedEx
Dangerous Goods & Hazardous Materials Value-Added Options
FedEx Freight | Pickup
BOL no. PO no. Handling units Packaging types Pieces Class Weight (lbs)
Hazardous (Classified) Locations
Class I, Class II and Class III hazardous locations can be either Division 1 or Division 2. Good examples of Class I, Division 1 locations would be
Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of...
2.2 Will all hazardous chemicals require a GHS label and Safety Data Sheet?
Category:Hazardous materials - Wikipedia, the free...
equivalent term, used almost exclusively in the United States, is hazardous material (HAZMAT). Dangerous goods may be radioactive, flammable,
HAZMAT Class 9 Miscellaneous - Wikipedia, the free...
The miscellaneous hazardous material is a material that presents a hazard during transportation but which does not meet the definition of any other
Error : Bad color Material Composition Declaration This document is a declaration of the substances within the manufacturer listed item.
IEEE SA - 1349-2011 - IEEE Guide for Application of Electric...
standards.ieee.org only - Standards - Standards-Related Material - Standards Development Projects - Working Groups - Press Releases - Programs &