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Mutech - Hazardex 2016 exhibitor profile

04 December 2015

Mutech is a centre of excellence for Electronic Design and Manufacturing services. Key to our success is gaining a clear understanding of our customers’ needs, and ensuring that we deliver to them with a “right first time” philosophy. 

For over 25 years we have designed and manufactured electronics across a wide variety of industries and technologies. Our people are highly skilled and take a real pride in everything we do. We are experts in our field and sit on several BSI, IEC and Industry committees developing the future standards that products will be assessed to. 

Our customers include global brands as well as small privately owned businesses. They operate across a wide variety of industries, including mining, industrial processing, safety, and consumer electronics. 

Specialties: Intrinsically Safe design, design for hazardous areas, ATEX, EN60079-11, Functional Safety, SIL, EN61508, RF design, GSM, CDMA, communications, electronic security circuit design, power supply circuit design, SMPS, consumer electronics, industrial control, PCB layout, standards and approvals testing, microprocessors, embedded systems, real time development, RTOS, assembler, C, C+, C++, C#, *.NET, Visual Basic, Delphi, Foxpro.

Colin Cameron, Mutech’s MD, is a leading technical expert representing the UK globally, including as Chairman of the UK national committee for the IECEx certification scheme and as Convener of the IEC maintenance team for the IEC 60079-11 Intrinsically Safe Equipment standard.

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