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30 August 2018
As a highly respected manufacturer of products and solutions for use in hazardous area control and instrumentation applications, Pepperl+Fuchs is ideally placed to provide knowledge and expertise via our dedicated trainers to those companies and individuals working in potentially explosive hazardous area environments.
We are pleased to announce that during September, we will be running our highly recommended series of Explosion Protection, Advanced Explosion Protection & Functional Safety training seminars in Bristol and Woking. These seminars will be for one-day in duration, typically from 9am-5pm (4pm for Functional Safety) and will be completely free of charge!
Explosion Protection (ATEX) Training
The Explosion Protection (ATEX) program covers manufacturer and operator responsibilities from a basic legal perspective, the ignition characteristics of combustible substances and sources of ignition, types of protection, relevant standards (equipment characteristics, installation, inspection and maintenance). In addition, the training also covers dust explosion protection, which is an area we are seeing more and more specific information requests.
These seminars will run on 24th September, at the Mercure North Grange, Bristol and the 27th September, at the H.G. Wells Conference & Events Centre, Woking.
Advanced Explosion Protection (ATEX) Training
The Advanced Explosion Protection (ATEX) program covers electrical installations, static electricity, non-electrical explosion protection, manufacturer and operator responsibilities, as well as relevant standards (equipment characteristics, installation, inspection and maintenance), and is ideal for management, engineering, production and safety personnel.
You do NOT need to have been on our Explosion Protection seminar to book onto this one.
This seminar will run on 25th September, at the Mercure North Grange, Bristol.
Functional Safety (SIL) Training
EN 61508 sets the basis for the planning, set-up and operation of electrical and electronic protection measures. The goal of the seminar is to give an overview of the fundamental principles and methods, the most important terms and definitions, and how to interpret them.
These seminars will run on 26th September, at the Mercure North Grange, Bristol, and the 28th September at the at the H.G. Wells Conference & Events Centre, Woking.
The Pepperl+Fuchs team of trainers provide a wealth of knowledge and experience gained throughout the world over many years and within all sectors of process automation. This extensive business and industry experience, allied to their professional and personal training qualities, provides an ideal environment within which attendees can further their knowledge and understanding of the topics covered.
Pepperl+Fuchs is a world-leading developer and manufacturer of electronic sensors and interface components for the global process automation market. For more than 60 years, our continuous innovation, high-quality products, and steady growth have made us a reliable partner throughout the world.
The Process Automation division offers hazardous area interfacing and protection solutions, from intrinsically safe explosion protection components through to complex Exd enclosure solutions. As a preferred partner of industries such as oil and gas, chemical, pharmaceutical, power, and utilities, we offer comprehensive, application-oriented system solutions, including customer specific control cabinets and enclosures for the process automation industry.
Our wide product portfolio includes isolated barriers, fieldbus infrastructure solutions, remote I/O systems, purge panels, industrial monitors and HMI solutions, explosion-proof cell phones, 4G smartphones & tablets as well as hazardous area enclosures for increased safety and flameproof applications.
To register your interest for any of our training seminars or to request further information, please contact us on 0161 633 6431, email us at email@example.com or simply visit www.pepperl-fuchs.co.uk/training.
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