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New Ex d-approved burst detection and forward-acting rupture disc on show at ADIPEC 2013

07 November 2013

Elfab will be demonstrating its new Ex d-approved burst detection system, FloTel XD, and forward-acting rupture disc, Safe-Gard, at ADIPEC 2013. The company will also be showing a range of products and videos at ADIPEC, focusing particularly on the company's premium Opti-Gard rupture disc range.

Flo-Tel XD offers one of the most cost-effective burst detection systems available for key applications, such as LNG. Fully Ex d-approved, the new product considerably reduces installation costs by removing the need for intrinsically safe barriers and interfacing directly with the remote terminal unit.

Safe-Gard is the world's first three per cent tolerance forward-acting rupture disc. This product is particularly useful for high-pressure applications, where customers are seeking to maximise the throughput of their process. It comes ready for use with Flo-Tel, Elfab's unique non-invasive detection system.

Key members of Elfab's board of directors will be present at the company's stand. Customers should contact Elfab prior to the event to arrange a formal meeting.

Elfab is sharing its stand at ADIPEC with two other Halma companies, Netherlocks and Klaxon Signals.

Netherlocks will be presenting its new 'Intelligent Interlocking' platform, which offers higher levels of operator convenience and improved information sharing. The firm will also show its Valve Position Indicator, a device that generates a digital indication of the open or closed position of a valve in the field.

Klaxon Signals has supplied signalling products and warning devices for over 50 years. The company's product range includes electronic siren systems for hazardous and non-hazardous environments, as well as conventional notification systems. Klaxon acts as a consultant for mass notification system design, offering site-specific sound mapping and design services to establish the optimum mass notification solution.

ADIPEC takes place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, UAE, from 10-13 November. Elfab, Netherlocks and Klaxon Signals can be found in Hall 10, Stand 10370.


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