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TECTUS presents ATEX RFID on the Offshore Europe show in Aberdeen

25 August 2011

Easier tracking and tracing, cost savings and transparency in the supply chain, as well as providing best possible maintenance in hazardous area, could be possible and improved by using mobile and stationary TECTUS ATEX certified RFID readers and ATEX certified RFID transponders, say the company.

“We are one of only a few suppliers worldwide to complete the ATEX RFID system component solutions consisting of RFID TAGs (transponders) and stationary & mobile readers for applications - hazardous areas, where ATEX is a must and leading companies out of the oil & gas and the Chemical branches put emphasis on“, said Frank Scheuermann, the long-term experienced RFID expert from TECTUS.

ATEX certified RFID LF/HF /UHF products from TECTUS comply 100% with the ATEX regulations because also the company TECTUS works compliant to the ATEX regulations (and soon will comply with IECEx regulation).

The ATEX RFID Pioneers have more than 15 years of RFID experience and TECTUS Transponder Technology GmbH is frequently controlled and audited related to the ATEX regulations because the ATEX certified products from TECTUS are produced under the ATEX QS system with ATEX certificate no. BVS 05 ATEX ZQS/E262.

Visitors of the specialised fair Offshore Europe in Aberdeen, UK have the chance to discuss their application with the TECTUS RFID experts.

Interested customers can meet the RFID professionals from TECTUS in hall 4 stand-no. B162 at Aberdeen, UK exhibition.

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