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Synatel Instrumentation Ltd

Walsall Road
Norton Canes
Cannock
Staffordshire
WS11 3TB
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01543 277003
Fax : 01543 271217
Email : sales@synatel.co.uk
Web : www.synatel.co.uk


Article archive for Synatel Instrumentation Ltd;

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Whirligig Speed Monitor Attachment - ATEX Mechanical Approval 27 April 2017

Synatel Instrumentation Ltd., a UK designer and manufacturer of level controls, proximity sensors,  speed monitors, counter displays and photoelectric sensors for industry, have an ATEX EN 80079 approved Speed Monitor Attachment (Whirligig) for use with all 18mm, 30mm or 40mm DIN standard limit switch style inductive proximity sensors and speed monitors....

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Fixed Point Capacitance Level Probe Approved to Latest ATEX/IECEx standards 20 April 2017

Synatel Instrumentation Ltd., a UK designer and manufacturer of level controls, proximity sensors,  speed monitors, counter displays and photoelectric sensors for industry, have had their highly successful Digimatic fixed point level control approved to the latest ATEX EN 60079 and also IECEx IEC 60079 standards. The unit is approved for use in explosive dust hazard areas (Dust zone 20)....

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New Synatel Digimatic probe conforms to EN 60079 20 March 2015

Synatel have launched a new version of their Digimatic level probe conforming to the latest ATEX standard, EN 60079 for dust hazard applications....

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Speed monitor calibration checker 08 September 2011

Elevators, screws and conveyors are routinely fitted with speed sensors to detect slippage or stoppage and provide a shut down signal to prevent costly damage to belts and drive systems. In ATEX areas, sensing is vital to minimise risk of fire or explosion due to risk of heat generation in the presence of hazardous dusts. Regular checking of sensors is highly desirable in all applications and essential in ATEX areas....