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The Reference Solution

20 January 2010

Introducing a range of explosion proof torches, finally bringing handheld lighting equipment into the 21st century. The Reference solution offers a Zone 0 certified torch combined with a Zone 1 certified charger allowing new possibilities and areas of installation, by combining high efficiency induction technology and internal processing routines.

Explosion proof torch range
Explosion proof torch range

The result being increased safety, improved reliability, while at the same time having reduced maintenance requirements.

Reference Technology has been developed in cooperation with key contributors within the oil and gas industry, focusing on past experience to create an explosion proof torch range. The implementation of induction technology and internal processing routines has resulted in strategic improvements, eliminating key issues commonly experienced with handheld lighting equipment both on and offshore.

The Reference solution is easy adaptable, covering both operational requirements as well as the need for emergency lighting equipment. A Zone 0 certified torch, combined with a Zone 1 certified charger has been introduced to allow installation of charging stations within a hazardous area, and closer to where the action takes place. Combined with an emergency light activation feature, make the system more available and easier to detect during a power outage.

The absence of exposed metal conductors due to the induction based charging process, improves overall protection against the elements, eliminating contact problems due to water, oil, mud, and corrosion.

An embedded processor regularly performs condition tests on internal components, and report back critical faults within the system. Batteries are regularly maintained by the system, preventing reduction of cell capacity, and prolonging overall life span of the unit. The overall maintenance features offers an independent system with no interchangeable parts.


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