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Fireboy®-Xintex® introduces its Marine Elite RSM analog addressable fire alarm control panels as Coast Guard-approved fire detection systems for commercial vessels.
Larson Electronics’ LXFlashlights.com now offers the LE-217 explosion-proof halogen flashlight, which is approved for hazardous locations.
Pepperl+Fuchs presents safety enclosures and related solutions for the process automation industry as part of its explosion protection equipment portfolio.
AirClean® Systems Inc.’s PowderSafe™ Type B enclosures provide a controlled negative pressure HEPA-filtered environment for professionals to work with and weigh powders.
NFPA fire protection engineer Derek Duval talksabout key revisions to the NFPA 61 and NFPA 654 combustible dust safety standards.
American Sensor Technologies presents its AST46SW explosion-proof pressure switch with factory-set switch points and hysteresis.
Sierra Monitor’s 3600-I Triple IR flame detector not only detects fuel and gas fires at long distances, but also a 1-square-foot gasoline pan fire at 215 feet.
Manufacturing Marvels highlights Fike’s explosion-protection products, and the company's manufacturing and testing processes.
The 6000 Series purging system from Pepperl+Fuchs offers one of the safest and most economical means of installing electrical equipment into hazardous areas.
Larson Electronics Magnalight.com recently added the EPL-TP-1X70-100 quadpod-mounted explosion-proof metal halide light to its line of hazardous location lighting.
ControlAir's P200 and P290 pneumatic-to-current transducers convert 3- to 15-, 3- to 27- or 6- to 30-PSIG air pressures into a two-wire 4- to 20- or 10- to 50-mA signal.
Patlite introduces its explosion-safe AR-070 and AR-078 LED stacklight towers for Zone 2 and 22 application environments.
Fike has a state-of-the-art testing explosion protection laboratory and full-scale test site, staffed with highly trained technicians, engineers, and combustion scientists.
Oseco now offers its MV-RD explosion vent to protect personnel and equipment during deflagrations in high-cycling/high-vacuum applications.
To combat economic adulterants, food processors and retailers are asking the question: “How can food ingredient producers be better monitored to ensure quality?”
Efficient dust collection systems and easy-to-clean production equipment require a holistic approach to their design.
Larson Electronics recently released the EPL-UV-20W-G2 explosion-proof-approved ultraviolet flashlight with a high-output ultraviolet HID bulb.
Camfil Farr APC introduces a new spark arrestor to protect its Gold Series® cartridge dust and fume collection systems.
Numerous lawsuits have been recently filed alleging that such claims are misleading, and courts have permitted several suits to go forward when products contain artificial ingredients.
As information can go viral in a matter of hours, companies in the food industry are faced with increasing pressures to operate seamlessly, with little to no room for error.
Chemically based service protocols have been replaced by multifaceted approaches using both non-chemical and chemical tools, or integrated pest management.
Many experts and OSHA compliance officers opine new hires should be trained when exposed to the possibility of an emergency. In other words, on day one.
The alarms are relentless, the lights are flashing, and you’re offsite. Will your people respond appropriately to the threat or place themselves in harm’s way?