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  • 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
  • Understanding the NEC Hazardous Location Option: Class 1, Div 2, Groups B, C, and D, for Enclosure Cooling Systems
    systems designed for NEC Hazardous Locations, you can be confident that your facility will remain safe and your equipment function as designed.
  • About Hazardous Area Equipment
    The term hazardous location once meant a place within a petrochemical or some other equally volatile plant.
  • Understanding Hazardous Area Classification for Successful Equipment Selection
    The term hazardous location once meant a place within a petrochemical or some other equally volatile plant. Today, hazardous manufacturing processes include coatings, adhesives, and flammable liquids in parts-cleaning tanks and drycleaning plants. Even food processing and other agricultural-related
  • Global EMC Requirements for Gas and Flame Products
    When certification is considered for Hazardous Location (HazLoc) products, the. first thought that comes to mind is safety. Safety has a very specific meaning. in the context of HazLoc certifications - the instrument itself, by its design or. construction, must not be the cause of a safety problem
  • HazLoc Certifications in the Oil and Gas Industry
    Hazardous location (HazLoc) certifications for Ethernet devices may not seem like an obvious requirement for system integrators to consider at first. However, these products are increasingly being deployed in the oil and gas industry for use in locations that are susceptible to potential explosions
  • Best Practices for 24 V DC-UPS Installations
    , Division 2 (CID2) Groups A, B, C, and D approval for use in a hazardous location, the designer has to consider an additional level of safety requirements.
  • Nitrogen Heating System
    and safety mechanisms to both regulate and monitor temperature readings. This location also required the heaters to be Class 1 Div II hazardous area classification. A redundancy system was also required as a failsafe.
  • Purchasing and Using IR Thermometers
    of this technology is that measurements can be taken instantly and safely from a distance without having to touch hot, hazardous, or moving objects or to access hard-to-reach surfaces. There are three basic methods of using a portable IR thermometer: spot measuring, scanning, and determining temperature
  • Medical Device Link . Portable Data Carriers Add Function and Convenience to Medical Instruments
    that store data on integrated circuits are just some of the common ways used to physically carry electronic data from one location to another. The technology is finding its way into more and more medical equipment applications, as manufacturers seek to increase precision and efficiency without sacrificing
  • Basics Of Design Engineering: Fluid Power
    and hazardous spills, problems that can shut down plants. Modern processes are pushing pressure, flow, and temperature requirements to new heights every day, yet the basic concepts of connecting pipe have not changed much over the years. In fact, the integrity of most piping systems depends on sealing