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Intertek

Cleeve Rd
Leatherhead
Surrey
KT22 7SA
United Kingdom

Telephone : +44 1908 857800
Email : ukelectrical@intertek.com
Web : https://www.intertek.com/hazardous-locations/


Article archive for Intertek;

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Intertek broadens ATEX Notified Body Status with First Approved Canadian Lab 01 June 2021

Intertek has announced the approval of its first lab in Canada as an ATEX notified body, providing Canadian manufacturers of equipment used in explosive atmospheres with a testing and certification partner to access the European market. With this new approval, the first for Intertek in Canada, the Group broadens its testing and certification scope for regional manufacturers, offering easier access to multiple global markets....

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Continuity of market access for your hazardous location products through the Brexit transition 01 November 2020

Intertek understands the complexity of the impending regulatory market changes which Britain’s exit from the EU will bring for hazardous location products. We can support your ATEX – UKCA marking and IECEx requirements by ensuring continued market access for your products to Great Britain, Northern Ireland, and Europe from 1 January 2021 and beyond....

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A guide to hazardous location equipment marking 17 June 2020

Despite their common appearance on almost everything purchased for industrial, commercial or personal use, equipment markings are one of the least understood and most error filled aspects when going through the compliance and certification process....

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Markings explained 30 October 2019

Despite their common appearance on almost everything purchased for industrial, commercial or personal use, equipment markings are one of the least understood and most error filled items when going through the compliance and certification process....

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Intertek - Hazardex 2018 Exhibitor Profile - Stand 16 20 November 2017

In a competitive, risk aware market Intertek helps Ex manufacturers and installers create trust and market success through auditing, inspection, testing, training, advisory, quality assurance and certification services, from experts around the globe....

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Intertek - HazardEx 2016 Exhibitor Profile 04 November 2015

In a competitive, risk aware market Intertek helps Ex manufacturers and installers create trust and market success through auditing, inspection, testing, training, advisory, quality assurance and certification services, from experts around the globe....

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What's next for ageing assets & Future proofing for decommissioning - Hazardex 2016 28 October 2015

**These papers will be presented at Hazardex 2016. Contact us for details of the available delegate packages & offers** ...

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Intertek invests in new oil and gas laboratory in Abu Dhabi 20 March 2014

Intertek, the global provider of quality and safety services worldwide, has expanded its Exploration and Production services in the Middle East by investing in a new 8.5 million AED (£1.4 million) facility in Abu Dhabi. The laboratory will house cutting-edge equipment that will enable the organisation to provide high-specification testing for oil and gas customers in the region. ...

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Intertek - HazardEx 2014 Sponsor 24 December 2013

Hazardous Location Services - Testing, Certification and Training Intertek certify products for compliance with IECEx, the European Union’s ATEX Directive, the National Electrical Code (NEC) in the U.S. and the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) in Canada. Some of the standards we test to include those of CENELEC, CEN, IEC, MIL Specs and North America and Canada Standards....

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Training - Competency in hazardous areas 17 July 2013

Both electrical and non-electrical installations in hazardous areas possess features designed to make them suitable for operations in explosive atmospheres, so it is essential that throughout the life of the installations that the integrity of these features are preserved. ...