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Thorne and Derrick

Unit 7, Lumley Court
Drum Industrial Estate
Chester-Le-Street
DH2 1AN
United Kingdom

Telephone : +44 0191 410 4292
Fax : +44 0191 411 1323
Web : https://www.powerandcables.com/


Article archive for Thorne and Derrick;

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New video | The world's first ATEX certified high-speed roll-up door 18 September 2020

The doors manufactured by Dynaco are ATEX certified & compliant and reduce room heat loss, energy consumptions and carbon footprint. Watch the video now. For further information or to request a FREE ENERGY SAVINGS REPORT please contact Thorne & Derrick....

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ATEX fans – EN 14986 03 September 2020

ATEX fans are fans designed for use in potentially explosive atmospheres and are governed by EU Directive 2014/34/EU. This Directive is intended to increase safety by using a logical risk identification and mitigation method for design manufacture and use....

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Arc flash protection | A whitepaper on clothing & garment selection 01 September 2020

An arc flash is the light and heat produced as part of an arc fault; a type of electrical explosion or discharge that results from a low impedance connection through air to ground or another voltage phase in an electrical system....

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Confined space lighting & low voltages for hazardous areas 21 August 2020

Tuomas Seilo is a hazardous area ATEX lighting specialist at Atexor with more than 15 years of experience providing specification support for temporary lighting solutions for explosion atmospheres and hazardous areas in the Oil & Gas industry (both onshore and offshore)....

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Detecting gas in Zone 1 & Zone 2 hazardous areas 14 August 2020

T&D, the specialist distributor of Gas Detection, Detectors & Monitoring Equipment for use in hazardous area industries, provides the following overview of Crowcon Gas Detectors suitable for the oil and gas industry....

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Ellis patents cable cleat calculator 10 August 2020

Ellis Patents has developed an online calculator that will provide users with accurate specification information for any project in a matter of seconds. The cable cleat calculator provides correctly specified cleat spacings with respect to short circuit conditions; and recommends the ideal products for that specific project....

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ATEX & IECEx shot blasting torch 03 August 2020

Thorne & Derrick is the main distributor for the Wolf Safety Lamp range of portable and temporary lighting for hazardous area and explosive atmospheres – a complete range of lighting products are available certified according to ATEX for safe use in hazardous areas Zone 1 & Zone 2 (Gas) and Zone 21 & Zone 22 (Dust)....

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ENERGYx2020 - Interview with Paul Morrow from Klauke 24 July 2020

In this interview with ENERGYx2020, Paul Morrow, UK & Ireland Manager for Klauke, discusses electrical safety and the recent launch of the KLAUKE Orange range of fully insulated tools that have set the standard within the global utility industry....

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Hazardous area lighting webinar with Raytec 17 July 2020

Thorne & Derrick International is the Preferred Distributor and Stockist for the Raytec SPARTAN range of ATEX lighting using LED technology for the illumination of hazardous area locations and potentially explosive atmospheres. Have you signed up to Raytec’s brand new mini-series?...

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Hazardous area lighting webinar with Raytec 13 July 2020

Thorne & Derrick International, based in the UK, are Preferred Distributors and Stockists for the Raytec SPARTAN range of ATEX lighting using LED technology for the illumination of hazardous area locations and potentially explosive atmospheres....