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Eaton Crouse-Hinds Hazardous Area Division

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

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Eaton supplies explosion-protected electrical equipment and lighting for Europe’s latest fire-fighting boat 11 June 2014

Power management company Eaton today announced that its Crouse-Hinds division has supplied a variety of explosion-protected electrical equipment for a new modernised fire-fighting boat. The Mannheim Fire Department’s ‘Metropolregion’ vessel is one of the most modern, well-equipped firefighting boats in Europe. ...

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Eaton’s new robust range of Ex-pendant light fittings is suitable for all hazardous environments 02 June 2014

Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton today announced that its Crouse-Hinds division has launched a range of extremely robust, explosion-protected pendant light fittings for high-pressure lamps. The light fittings are suitable for installation in hazardous gas (Zone 1 and 2) and hazardous dust (Zone 21 and 22) areas or harsh industrial environments....

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New housing for Ex-escape signs simplifies installation and maintenance 11 April 2013

Cooper Crouse-Hinds, a leader in electrical products that provide safety, productivity, innovation and labour savings in hazardous, industrial and commercial environments, has redesigned the housing on its popular EXIT series of explosion-protected Ex-escape sign luminaires. ...

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Ex-e safety and isolating transformers gain new ATEX and IECEx approvals 21 December 2012

COOPER Crouse-Hinds, a leader in electrical products that provide safety, productivity, innovation and labour savings in hazardous, industrial and commercial environments, has gained new ATEX and IECEx approvals for its Ex-e (increased safety) GHG 410 range of safety and isolating transformers. These transformers are suitable for use in potentially explosive atmospheres....

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MTL offers GeCma HMI system with 22” widescreen display 06 July 2012

GeCma components GmbH, the HMI division of MTL Instruments, is pleased to announce the availability of a 22” wide screen option for its market leading Challenger range of remote HMI data terminals. GeCma is the recognized market leader for visualisation systems in hazardous areas as can be seen from its installed base of over 15,000 units worldwide. ...

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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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Ex-lighting solution for Gorgon Gas Plant 19 August 2011

COOPER Crouse-Hinds has engineered an explosion-proof fluorescent light fitting for the Chevron-operated Gorgon project. The unique requirements for this project included ensuring that the lighting solution minimised disturbance of the local sea turtle population, whilst also ensuring that the light fittings provide sufficient light, therefore satisfying the Health & Safety requirements of the plant operator, explains Graham Doran of COOPER Crouse-Hinds....

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Light for your safety 06 May 2009

On offshore installations and ships for processing crude oil or natural gas, safety technology has absolute priority. The ambient conditions on the high seas are often extremely harsh. What is more, the explosion protection for hazardous areas in Zone 1 must be ensured at all times....

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Xenon torchlight for hazardous areas 13 August 2008

This lightweight torchlight features a micro Xenon incandescent lamp, giving off a beam of white light with a luminous intensity of 1 lux and measuring 80 cm in diameter, even at a distance of 15 m. The maximum axial luminous intensity of the Stabex mini II is >4000 cd. Power is supplied by 2 dry cells that operate for ca. 8 hours. ...