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Pepperl+Fuchs Ltd


77 Ripponden Road
Oldham
Lancashire
OL1 4EL
United Kingdom

Telephone : +44 (0) 161 633 6431
Fax : 18
Email : sjwebster@gb.pepperl-fuchs.com
Web : www.gb.pepperl-fuchs.com


Article archive for Pepperl+Fuchs Ltd;

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ecom Smart-Ex Watch 01 - first intrinsically safe smartwatch for use in hazardous areas 17 June 2019

With the new Smart-Ex® Watch 01, the Pepperl+Fuchs brand ecom complements its portfolio of industrial communication solutions with a genuine hands-free application. The Smart-Ex® Watch 01 is the first smartwatch for Ex Zones 2/22 and Div. 2. Based on the Samsung Galaxy Watch, it offers a new form of hands-free communication and enables higher employee protection....

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Train with the experts for free, at a location convenient to you! 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. ...

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Train with the experts for free, at a location convenient to you! 11 May 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. ...

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Installing non-certified equipment in hazardous areas with potential for gas explosion 05 December 2014

Do you have a piece of equipment which you need to use in gas explosion hazardous areas but it is not designed for any type of explosion protection?  On the surface, the solution seems fairly simple – you just put it into a protective housing. But since we are dealing with risks to human life and the environment, many rules must be followed. ...

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Photoelectric sensors with measuring function from Pepperl+Fuchs 29 July 2014

Highest precision and reliability when detecting objects! The new generation of photoelectric sensors from Pepperl+Fuchs brings this objective much closer. The powerful sensor technology marks a breakthrough by combining standard sensors and the latest measuring methods to provide the highest levels of precision and reliability for object detection....

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HazardEx in the Regions Humberside event scheduled for late-February 14 January 2013

The final HazardEx in the Regions conference and exhibition in the 2012/13 season will take place on February 27th at Reeds Country Hotel, Barton-upon-Humber, North Lincolnshire. The conference programme will feature papers from a mix of industry experts and end users, presenting their knowledge and first hand experience of ensuring hazardous area plant safety at every level....

Pepperl+Fuchs introduces the small and compact 5000Q purge system 24 April 2012

The Pepperl+Fuchs 5000Q is a powerful purge system which allows general-purpose equipment to be mounted in standard enclosures and operate safely in Zone 2, Zone 22 hazardous areas. Click here to view video....  ...

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Pepperl+Fuchs expands process division with UK acquisition 19 January 2010

West Midlands based Walsall Ltd has been acquired by German sensor manufacturer Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH, which intends to expand its own Process Automation Division, a company statement announced. It hopes to include the West Bromwich company’s expertise in the development and manufacture of electromechanical equipment for use in hazardous areas....

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Industry leaders team up to build hazardous area intrinsically safe subsystems 19 May 2009

Two of the hazardous area industry's leading suppliers have entered a technical collaboration to offer an intrinsically safe I/O interface for distributed control systems. ...

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Award winner provides physical layer for fieldbus solution 01 May 2008

Co-operation between Yokogawa and Pepperl+Fuchs has resulted in a solution for managing the physical layer of Foundation fieldbus H1, released last month as a diagnostic solution for Yokogawa’s Plant Resource Manager (PRM). The Advanced Diagnostics Module (ADM) was a winner at this year’s HazardEx International Awards....