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Pyroban Group

Endeavor Works Dolphin Road
Shoreham by Sea
West Sussex
BN43 6QG
United Kingdom

Telephone : +44 (01273) 466200
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Appointment strengthens process safety team 14 December 2009

Ex-Solutions Consulting, a company that helps organisations effectively manage their fire and explosion risk, has extended its team with the appointment of a new Process Safety Systems Specialist. Ian Harrison joins the company with extensive experience in the management of risks in potentially explosive atmospheres....

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Crane suitable for maintenance operations in zone 2 13 August 2009

Explosion protection company Pyroban has modified a remote controlled Valla crane, so that it can be used in maintenance operations at a UK refinery, without being the source of ignition in a potentially explosive atmosphere....

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European safety policy strengthened 30 July 2009

Univar, a leading European company specialising in the sales, marketing, application and safe, efficient handling of a wide range of chemicals and ingredients, has announced that it has set a new corporate safety policy to standardise its explosion-proof forklift fleet in Europe using Pyroban technology. Pyroban is a leading authority on converting FLTs (forklift trucks) for working in flammable areas....

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Explosion prevention innovation 02 February 2009

Fuel station maintenance firm, Eurotank Environmental, has scooped a downstream safety award, thanks to an explosion prevention solution from Pyroban. Maintenance operations at petrol station forecourts require access to vent-off pipes, which are typically located at heights of 4-6 meters, often in difficult to reach areas. ...

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Calor exceeds national safety requirements 27 August 2008

For Calor, the UK’s leading supplier of LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas), safely handling extremely flammable gas is at the core of the entire business. To maintain a consistently high level of safety and reduce costs across a network of over 50 sites, safety specialist Pyroban has helped Calor standardise safety nationwide to prevent its forklift trucks being a potential source of ignition. ...

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Range of explosion proof equipment available 26 August 2008

Essex (UK) based Map Plant is one of nine specialist companies in the Anderson Group that supplies a range of plant equipment for industries where explosion risks may be present. Map Plant’s equipment is specially adapted by Pyroban so that it is not a source of ignition and complies with ATEX regulations. It is then supplied to the customer with a full back up and support service including training and servicing. ...

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Unprotected diesel engines fuel explosion risk offshore 01 July 2008

Most oil and gas companies operate safely offshore, or at least that is the intention. By managing the risk of explosion correctly, it is likely that the platform operator will maintain the flow of oil without incident. However, lack of specific safety education concerning diesel engines and ‘over-riding procedures’ in some oil regions is common and a cause for concern as sources of ignition find their way close to the wellhead. ...