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TÜV SÜD Introduction to ATEX: New one-day training courses across the UK 10 February 2015

The ATEX Directives aim to increase safety within potentially explosive atmospheres. Understanding what an explosive atmosphere is, the types of equipment allowed in explosive atmospheres and knowledge of safety measures to prevent an explosion is essential to enable compliance with the requirements of these Directives. ...

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How can you manufacture explosion-proof equipment and systems to world-class safety requirements? 09 September 2014

Depending upon the Zone of usage, electrical, electronic and mechanical equipment intended for use in potentially hazardous environments must be independently evaluated for their impact on overall safety. The European Union’s ATEX Directive and the IECEx Certified Product Scheme are two assessment routes used for the safety of equipment used in such environments....

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Minimising your workers' exposure to electromagnetic fields 10 August 2014

The European Union Physical Agents Directive EMF 2013/35/EU was introduced on 26 June 2013 and European Union Member States now have until 1 July 2016 to transpose it into national law and implement the legislation. Paul Laidler reports. ...

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New white paper on the approval of electrical and electronic equipment used in hazardous environments from TÜV SÜD 15 July 2014

CE marked electrical, electronic and mechanical equipment used in a normal environment is safe when used as directed. However, certain modern industrial environments pose an increased risk of fire and explosion due to the use of flammable gases, vapours or combustible dusts. ...

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'Overview of ATEX' half-day seminars 01 July 2014

TÜV-SÜD will hold its next half-day 'Overview of ATEX' seminars on 23 September and 16 October 2014 in Fareham, Hampshire. These seminars have been created for product designers, project managers and those who work in the industries that the ATEX Directive applies to....

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Service ensures explosive safety 05 October 2011

TÜV SÜD Product Service has launched its ATEX Safety Service. This new service will reassure component and machinery manufacturers that their equipment complies with European Directive ATEX 95 - 94/9/EC and will be safe to use in potentially explosive environments....

TÜV Product Service launches CE Marking centre of excellence 29 November 2010

To mark 21 years in the business, TÜV Product Service has launched a CE Marking centre of excellence. As an accredited CE marking notified body, the dedicated TÜV team will test a wide range of industrial and consumer goods from its Warwickshire laboratories....