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Hazardex & PPTex 2020 Event

Organised by:
IML Group
Blair House, High Street
Tonbridge, Kent
United Kingdom

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Article archive for Hazardex & PPTex 2020 Event;

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Site Bright Ltd - Hazardex 2020 Exhibitor Profile 14 November 2019

Site Bright Limited, is a division of UK leading Wolverhampton based Welder and Generator Supplier Shindaiwa Limited. Site Bright’s superior range of ATEX certified LED lights have become increasingly popular with Rental Companies and Petro Chemical refineries around the UK. ...

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Tempa Pano UK Ltd - HazardEx 2020 Exhibitor Profile 13 November 2019

Established in 1989 to specifically manufacture and export enclosures and cabinets for low voltage applications, Tempa Pano has since proved its market presence through affordable high quality products....

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SGS Baseefa - HazardEx 2020 Exhibitor Profile 13 November 2019

SGS Baseefa is the leading internationally recognised certification body for explosion protected equipment, successfully delivering ATEX certification and IECEx certification to customers around the globe. We have consistently issued more internationally acceptable IECEx Certificates year on year than any other certification body in the world....

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Phoenix Mecano - Hazardex 2020 Exhibitor Profile 13 November 2019

The Phoenix Mecano Group is a global player in the enclosures and industrial components segments, has a streamlined operating structure and is a leader in many markets. Geared towards the professional and cost-effective manufacture of niche products, it helps to ensure the smooth operation of processes and connections in the machine industry and industrial electronics....

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JT Ltd. - CompEx – HazardEx 2020 Exhibitor Profile 13 November 2019

The CompEx Scheme, developed by industry for industry, is the global scheme for users in the oil, gas and chemical sectors as well as other worksites that contain explosive atmospheres. Accredited by UKAS, the United Kingdom Accreditation Service, to ISO/IEC 17024 : 2012 – Conformity Assessment – General Requirements of bodies offering Certification of Persons....

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HTS Group - Hazardex 2020 Exhibitor Profile 13 November 2019

HTS GROUP specialise in delivering Process Systems, Electrical, Control and Instrumentation (EC&I) systems. Our services are focused on Instrumented Control and Instrumented Safety systems. The group’s core skills are rooted within the engineering services sector from conception through to hand-over. ...

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Draeger UK Ltd - Hazardex 2020 Exhibitor Profile 13 November 2019

For over 125 years, both in the UK & Internationally, Dräger has proven to be a trusted partner in safety. In addition other key sectors for us include Fire & Rescue, Oil & Gas and Chemical. We also serve in areas such as Hospital, Power Generation, Construction and many more....

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Mutech - Hazardex 2020 Exhibitor Profile 13 November 2019

Mutech is a centre of excellence for Electronic Design and Manufacturing services. The keys to our success are establishing a clear understanding of our customers’ needs, and ensuring that we deliver with a “right first time” philosophy....

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NEW - Hazardex 2020 Event website launched 12 November 2019

The organisers of Hazardex 2020 Conference & Exhibition, co-located with PPTex, have announced the launch of the event website. This offers information for conference delegates, exhibition visitors, awards nominations and the current exhibitor list, as well as opening times and directions. Visit ...

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Risk-Based DSEAR Assessment of High Flashpoint “Class III” Fuels 08 November 2019

Class III fuels are defined as those having a flashpoint 37.8°C (100°F) and 60°C under the CLP Regulations. The upper flashpoint for these materials was previously 55°C under CHIP. The change has resulted in many common fuels such as Diesel and Gas Oil with flashpoints specified as “>56°C” i.e. between 55 and 60°C falling into Class III. The objective of this paper is to clarify the issues which have been raised by the reclassification of Diesel and similar...