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Newson Gale Ltd

Omega House
Private Road 8
Colwick
Nottingham
NG4 2JX
United Kingdom

Telephone : 0115 940 7500
Fax : 0115 940 7501
Email : Michael.OBrien@newson-gale.co.uk
Web : www.newson-gale.co.uk


Article archive for Newson Gale Ltd;

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Spark from isolated hose ignites combustible powder atmosphere 07 June 2018

When the bulk truck transporter returned to site with an undelivered supply of aluminium powder, this unexperienced scenario created challenges. With no standard operating procedure in place, the measures taken resulted in an explosion. Read this case study to understand the actions that caused this outcome....

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Dust cloud ignition caused by static electricity 05 June 2018

Fires and explosions caused by static electricity draw attention to the wide range of processes that are susceptible to electrostatic charge generation and accumulation on portable and fixed plant equipment. This case study explores how a dust cloud explosion occurred during a manual powder processing operation and what actions could have been taken to prevent the explosion....

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FIBC Operations – Are you grounded? 09 May 2018

Are you fully aware of what is required when grounding Type C FIBC’s? One spark from a static discharge in a combustible atmosphere could potentially be catastrophic. This White Paper provides guidance on how to correctly ground FIBC’s, preventing the build-up of a static charge in a combustible dust atmosphere. ...

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FIBC Operations – Are you grounded? 02 May 2018

Are you fully aware of what is required when grounding Type C FIBC’s? One spark from a static discharge in a combustible atmosphere could potentially be catastrophic. This White Paper provides guidance on how to correctly ground FIBC’s, preventing the build-up of a static charge in a combustible dust atmosphere.  ...

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Static Grounding Protection for Road Tankers 14 March 2018

The loading and unloading of road tankers with large volumes of flammable liquids and powders generates enormous amounts of electrostatic charge.  This presents one of the most serious fire and explosion risks for site operations within the hazardous process industries.  Installing the correct static earthing system will ensure the safe transfer of hazardous products - click on the headline for more information. ...

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Identifying the processes at risk of discharging electrostatic sparks 13 February 2018

Are you correctly grounding process equipment from the dangers of static? Newson Gale's Grounding and Bonding Applications Handbook contains all you need to know on how to control the ignition hazards of static electricity in flammable atmospheres. A spark is just the beginning – click on the headline to download the handbook now. ...

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Hazardex 2018 Conference - 23. How to prevent electrostatic charging of processing equipment situated in ATEX atmospheres 31 January 2018

Mike O’Brien, Managing Director, Newson Gale. Thurs 14.00 – 14.40: Seminar room...

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A small spark can cause a big problem 05 January 2018

Not grounding your vacuum truck correctly during product transferring operations may result in disastrous fires or explosions. Grounding correctly with a truck mounted grounding system will prevent this. Click on the headline to read the latest case study to understand more about static electricity....

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Newson Gale - Hazardex 2018 Exhibitor Profile - Table Top 02 January 2018

For over 30 years Newson Gale has been leading the way in hazardous area static grounding control, serving industries where processes generating static electricity have the potential to ignite flammable or combustible atmospheres....

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Mobile static grounding for trucks 09 October 2017

It only takes a small electrostatic spark to disrupt your ATEX operations. Newson Gale’s Earth-Rite MGV Application Spotlight provides guidance on how to control the risk of static electricity during flammable product transfers in locations where static grounding systems are not installed. Click on the headline to find out more......

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