Static electricity control for hazardous areas
03 May 2013
Static electricity is generated in industry by virtually all operations and processes involving movement - for example product transfer, mixing and size reduction. Fires and explosions can occur owing to uncontrolled static discharge from plant, people and material.
For further information on controlling static electricity in hazardous areas visit the Newson Gale website to receive a newly updated and expanded 32-page earthing and bonding applications hand-book.
Information sections include a general introduction to the hazards and methods of control of industrial static hazards, 17 illustrated application drawings, a guide to European and North American approval codes, a plant operator’s maintenance guide and a safety checklist.
Newson Gale offers a wide range of static grounding and bonding equipment which is purpose made to provide optimum safety in explosive atmospheres and other hazardous operating environments.
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