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Four point for food safety [Gesponsert]
Reliable Hygiene Thanks to Safe Hose Lines
Hose lines are often referred to as a weak machine component. Wrongly so. Sometimes they do more than tubing lines, and their maneuverability is what makes operation truly flexible. And in certain areas, hose lines are indispensable. They may, however, become a hygienic and safety risk under some circumstances. To prevent this, certain key points are to be taken into consideration when dealing with hose lines. more
USA: Oilfield Equipment
Ecolab Announces Sale of Oilfield Equipment Fabrication Unit
Ecolab announced the sale of its Fab-Tech business unit to Dragon Products. The Fab-Tech business is a part of the company's Global Energy segment based in Casper, Wyoming that performs custom design, engineering and fabrication of oilfield equipment. more
Switzerland: Safety Solutions
IEP Acquires Spark Detection Portfolio
IEP Technologies, subsidiary of Swiss Hoerbiger company, has acquired business operations, the portfolio, patents and trademark rights of Atexon Oy, a company headquartered in Oulunsalo, Finland, specializing in spark detection and extinguishing for industrial explosion protection. more
Safety Mechanisms
Protection Systems against Dust Explosions
There is no room for compromise when it comes to safety. Companies are required to act, especially when the risk of an explosion looms. It is in this scenario that IEP Technologies introduces a wide range of protection systems for dust explosions in industrial plants. more
Interface Technology
Universal Isolated Barriers Assign Signal Type in One Click
Additional signal circuits are required when it comes to expanding capacity in processing facilities with hazardous areas of food and beverage industries, like distilleries. These signal circuits depend on measured variables from the explosion-hazardous area being transferred to the control panel and, conversely, signals from the control system being transferred to actuators in the field. Hardware intervention at interface level can have an impact on plant availability. The task is always to keep this impact at the lowest possible level. more
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