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Newson Gale Ltd

Omega House
Private Road 8
Colwick
Nottingham
NG4 2JX
United Kingdom

Telephone : 0115 940 7500
Fax : 21 @ Hazardex Live 2024
Email : groundit@newson-gale.co.uk
Web : www.newson-gale.co.uk


Article archive for Newson Gale Ltd;

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Newson Gale’s Grounding & Bonding Handbook: Controlling static electricity in hazardous areas 04 June 2024

For over 40 years, Newson Gale has been leading the way in hazardous area static grounding control, serving industries where processes generating static electricity have the potential to ignite flammable or combustible atmospheres. To learn more about the dangers of static electricity download the Grounding & Bonding Handbook to assist with identifying processes at risk and the measures of control that can create a safer working environment....

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Learn more about the dangers of static electricity with this Grounding & Bonding Handbook 07 May 2024

For over 40 years, Newson Gale has been leading the way in hazardous area static grounding control, serving industries where processes generating static electricity have the potential to ignite flammable or combustible atmospheres. To learn more about the dangers of static electricity, download the Grounding & Bonding Handbook to assist with identifying processes at risk and the measures of control that can create a safer working environment....

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Earth-Rite® DGS 29 April 2024

The Earth-Rite® DGS Dual Grounding System (DGS) has two independent ground monitoring circuits that allows operators to ground and continuously monitor two items of metal conductive plant equipment concurrently to 10 ohms or less, such as two bulk transportation vehicles or other metallic vessels like Ex IBCs and metal drums....

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Earthing metal containers in a hazardous atmosphere 23 April 2024

Without suitable earthing provisions on site, electrostatic charges can accumulate on metal containers, such as drums and hazardous area suitable Ex IBCs during the handling of flammable liquids in Ex/HAZLOC areas. Once such handling operations begin, these metal containers can quickly generate enough voltage for an electrostatic discharge to occur. Ensure your plant is safely grounded....

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Earth-Rite® II FIBC 16 April 2024

The Earth-Rite® II FIBC is designed for grounding Type C FIBC Bags whilst monitoring the resistance of the bag ensuring conductive elements are capable of dissipating electrostatic charges. Download this article to explore the factors behind the ignition source of a static discharge during FIBC unloading operation....

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The hazards of static electricity during loading/unloading of road tankers 02 April 2024

The Earth-Rite II RTR forms part of the Earth-Rite range and is designed to ground a road tanker during the loading and unloading of liquid or powder in order to dissipate any static electricity which could accumulate and pose an electrostatic discharge risk....

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Earthing metal containers in a hazardous atmosphere 12 March 2024

Without suitable earthing provisions on site, electrostatic charges can accumulate on metal containers, such as drums and hazardous area suitable Ex IBCs during the handling of flammable liquids in Ex/HAZLOC environments. Once such handling operations begin, charge generation can result in these metal containers quickly accumulating enough voltage for an electrostatic discharge to occur. Is your plant safely grounded?...

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Controlling static electricity in hazardous areas 30 January 2024

For over 40 years, Newson Gale has been leading the way in hazardous area static grounding control, serving industries where processes generating static electricity have the potential to ignite flammable or combustible atmospheres. Visit us on Stand 21 at Hazardex Live 2024 to learn more about the dangers of static electricity or download the Grounding & Bonding Handbook to assist with identifying processes at risk and the measures of control that can create a safer working environment....

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Hazardex Live 2024 Speaker - Newson Gale 24 January 2024

At Hazardex Live 2024, Sean Makin from Newson Gale will explain how static electricity can generate and accumulate during many industrial processes and outline how this can pose a significant risk to both people and plant with the help of some case studies and incidents....

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Are you transporting Hydrogen or refueling Hydrogen powered vehicles? 05 December 2023

Due to the Minimum Ignition Energy of Hydrogen being a fraction of other fuels - controlling static electricity is a critical issue! Read more to understand Hydrogen Safety and the importance of controlling static electricity....