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  • Get down and dirty with Sensors & Equipment from Turck Banner

    02 May 2018

    The demand from industry to provide sensors and equipment that can withstand arduous conditions presents an on-going challenge for manufacturers. Not surprisingly the heavy industries such as oil, gas, mining and marine pose numerous challenges but many of the so called lighter industries are also hard on automation equipment. ...

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  • Det-Tronics extreme environment flame and gas detection systems

    17 April 2018

    Liquid natural gas (LNG) facilities in the Russian Arctic. Drilling platforms in the swells of the North Sea. Pipelines that cross miles of heaving permafrost or blowing desert sands. These are some of the settings where industrial fire and gas detectors encounter extreme conditions and yet must perform accurately and dependably....

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  • Draeger UK Ltd - Hazardex 2019 Exhibitor Profile

    16 April 2018

    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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  • IDB Systems ID-921B HAPTM tester

    08 February 2018

    Extending the range of Hazardous Area Personnel Test meters (sometimes referred to as HAPTM), today IDB Systems announces the ID-921B HAPTM tester. The instrument is a rugged battery powered HAPTM tester offering the latest in technology and certification. ...

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  • Tank-Pro meets the “tank” challenge

    31 January 2018

    Hydrocarbon gases stored in inerted environments create a particular flammable gas detection challenge. Tank-Pro is a specialist gas detection unit for use in this specialist environment where standard gas detectors just won’t work. At 340g, it is light enough to clip to a belt or overalls. A lightweight and robust, portable multigas monitor, Tank-Pro detects oxygen, toxic and flammable gases in inert environments. ...

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Leak Detection Technology Prevents Power Outages 26 January 2018

FLIR Systems has published a technical note that describes how its GF343 Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) camera is helping utility companies using hydrogen-cooled generators avoid costly power outages. ...

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Interchangeable Lens OGI Cameras Enhance Leak Detection 27 November 2017

FLIR Systems GF-series Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) cameras are now available with interchangeable 24-degree, 14.5-degree and 6-degree lenses. This new flexibility has been introduced to maximise the gas leak finding capabilities of these popular cameras....

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XgardIQ – the intelligent choice 26 October 2017

Worker safety and minimal maintenance downtime are at the forefront of industry requirements.  Crowcon’s XgardIQ detector remote sensor assembly allows you to further improve your site safety and reduces time spent conducting routine maintenance....

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Ion Science completes move into new purpose-built £4.5 million facility 13 October 2017

Ion Science, the leading manufacturer of high performance gas detection instrumentation and sensors for global occupational health and environmental monitoring applications, has completed the move into its new state-of-the-art £4.5 million, 1,500 sq.m facility....

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ATEX Tablets, Mobile & SmartPhones 29 August 2017

ATEX rated computers, tablets and mobile phones have made inspection, testing and site operations much more time efficient since their introduction to the market place in recent years. No longer does data have to be collected in the field then returned to the control room or office to be analysed.  ...

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