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Eaton Crouse-Hinds Hazardous Area Division

Building 2, Argosy Way,
Whitley Business Park,
Simitar Way

Telephone : +44 24 7630 8930
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Article archive for Eaton Crouse-Hinds Hazardous Area Division;

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Plugs, sockets and connectors for harsh and heavy industrial environments 29 November 2012

Cooper Crouse-Hinds has launched the GHG 52 series of industrial plugs and receptacles, which are suitable for harsh and heavy industrial environments, including marine and shipbuilding, mining and quarrying, metal processing, oil & gas, transportation, and renewable energy applications....

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COOPER Crouse-Hinds launches new online customer support centre 06 July 2012

COOPER Crouse-Hinds has launched a new online support centre and tracking tool for customers, authorised distributors and agents. The new C3 COOPER Customer Centre is now available for customers, agents and distributors based in the UK and other parts of Western Europe, Eastern Europe and Russia. C3 enables users to check stock availability, order status and nett pricing in real time over the Internet from their PC....

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Dust in the factory – still an explosive topic 14 March 2012

The risk of a dust explosion occurring in a factory is not as remote a possibility as people might think. A dust explosion requires only three things: air, combustible dust and a source of ignition such as an electrical spark or hot surface.  Here, we look at the regulations governing the sector and how factories can reduce the risk of dust explosions occurring....

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Ex-lighting solution for Gorgon Gas Plant aligns the unique requirements of the local sea turtle population 25 August 2011

COOPER Crouse-Hinds has engineered an explosion-proof fluorescent light fitting for the Chevron-operated Gorgon project....

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Explosion-proof fluorescent light fittings for Zone 2 and 22 now available 09 March 2011

Cooper Crouse-Hinds has launched a new range of high temperature explosion-proof fluorescent light fittings, which are certified for use in Zones 2 and 22 in accordance with the European Directive (ATEX) and the IECEx standards....

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Energy efficient Ex LED bulkhead luminaires 17 December 2010

Cooper Crouse-Hinds has extended its popular range of explosion protected AB 05 Ex bulkhead light fittings for incandescent and high pressure discharge lamps, to include a new LED version....

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LED explosion-proof signal and escape sign luminaires 15 November 2010

Cooper Crouse-Hinds has extended its well-proven dKLK 23 and dKLK 23 CG-S range of Ex signal and escape sign luminaires for compact fluorescent lamps, with the launch of the company’s new LED version. This LED option is certified for use in Zones 1 and 21 in accordance with both ATEX and IECEx standards....

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Cable glands for gas and dust environments 19 October 2010

When it comes to introducing cables into explosion-protected metal housings, electrical apparatus or enclosures, Ex cable glands are required. The cables themselves come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, with new designs regularly being introduced to the market....

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Ex pendant light fittings for hazardous gas and dust environments 13 October 2010

A range of Ex pendant light fittings for HID lamps has been launched, which are robust but compact and lightweight, making them ideal for use in hazardous gas (Zone 2) and hazardous dust (Zone 21 and 22) environments....

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Fireproof enclosure solution 24 September 2010

Cooper Crouse-Hinds and Thermal Designs UK have created a fireproof enclosure solution that protects critical electrical control components in a fire up to 1,093 deg C for 30 minutes, whilst the internal temperature of the enclosure does not exceed 87 deg C....