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Glamox launches slim design LED luminaire for use in Zone 2

Glamox has extended its family of lighting equipment for hazardous areas by introducing a new robust, waterproof, slim design LED luminaire for use in Zone 2 more

Six ways a forklift can cause an explosion in a hazardous area

Pyroban has issued an infographic explaining how a standard forklift could cause an explosion in a hazardous area. The safety company says that it is in response to seeing a number of European facilities operating unprotected forklifts in potentially explosive atmospheres. more

GSE Systems announces free webinar on explosion management for COMAH compliance

Through its wholly-owned subsidiary, GSE Systems, global performance improvement company GSE Systems will host a webinar titled, “5 Areas for Assessing Explosive Atmospheres Risk Management ... more

JD Neuhaus extends heavy duty air operated hoist range

Following an ongoing programme of development and innovation, the hoist and crane specialist J D Neuhaus have introduced further new models into their EH range of air operated monorail hoists. These powerful, robust units provide reliable solutions for heavy duty lifting in the harshest environments including onshore and offshore, the cement industry, steelworks and shipbuilding etc. more

Software makes compliance easy

Pharmaceutical company Takeda Ireland has replaced an existing CMMS with an enterprise asset management (EAM) application that was not only compliant to FDA 21 CFR part11 (ensuring companies ... more

Safety control projects across multiple sectors

Machine safety: It’s your duty

Optima Control Solutions experts design and build safety control systems for a variety of industries including paper, plastics and metals. Recent ­projects include API’s laminating line in Poynton, a ... more
When considering the safety of packaging machinery, many manufacturers may ask why they should worry as surely their machinery supplier takes care of all of that. However, CE marking is not a ... more

Time to embrace new safety regulations

For quite a while now there’s been a choice between ­compliance with the old Machine Safety Directive and the new one. Now that choice is almost at an end it’s time to embrace the benefits of these ... more

    Vision puts safety in sight

    Vision inspection systems have often replaced their human counterparts in industrial inspection applications because they can operate faster, ­continuously if necessary and with a fixed level of ... more

    Enhanced functionality for safety controller

    Banner has introduced a software/firmware upgrade for its SC22-3 and SC22-3E safety controller. Version 3.0 is the result of customer and sales feedback for enhanced functionality to the controller. ... more

    Handheld pump ATEX approved

    Casella CEL’s TUFF range of Personal Air Sampling Pumps, a rugged pump for use in harsh monitoring environments, has gained ATEX (and IECEx) Intrinsically Safe approval for use in flammable ... more

    Light fittings suit explosive areas

    The new NVMV series Ex pendant light fittings from Cooper Crouse-Hinds are explosion protected light fittings in IEC metallic design, suitable for use in harsh or hazardous environments, particularly ... more

    Nylon takes on hazardous areas

    Cable protection manufacturer PMA has launched a nylon-based system approved to standards by ATEX for use in potentially hazardous environments.With nylon systems revolutionising cable protection in ... more

    Multi-echo tracking device ensures plant safety

    Endress+Hauser’s new Levelflex FMP5x range of measurement devices use multi-echo tracking to provide safe, precise and efficient level measurement. With the introduction of new technology, Endress+... more
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