Moxa’s VPort 26A-1MP IP camera is designed to operate reliably from -40 to 75C temperature range, without a fan or heater.
Increased investment, regulations and exploration of new oil and gas deposits will favour the development of ACS market in Russia over 2013-2016
The TC7000 intrinsically safe radiometric thermal imaging camera from CorDEX Instruments provides industry with the means to conduct infrared inspection in Zone 1, explosive environments as well as all other areas.
Patlite presents a new series of signalling devices for aggressive environments and explosive atmospheres. In addition to the explosion-proof and maintenance-free LED signal towers EDLM and EDWM, which are ATEX 94/9 EC compliant and are suitable for zone 1 and 2, Patlite also offers visual, audible and hybrid products which are suitable for zones 2 and 22.
Intertec is making it easy to deploy advanced laboratory-grade instrumentation in the field with the launch of an explosion proof protection option. A new inert gas pressurisation system allows its protective cabinets or enclosures to house laboratory-style equipment that is non explosion protected – such as analyzers and sensors – in IEC-Ex and ATEX Zone 1, 21, 2 or 22 hazardous areas.
Les Hunt describes a recent project carried out by systems integrator ATG for oil giant BP, to install a radar level gauging system at the latter's Ellesmere Port lube oil storage facility
Given the predicted decline in North Sea oil and gas output over coming years, is this a good market for a panel builder to be in? Tim Fryer asked Richard Cowling of PDC Systems, a company specialising in the field
The new European Atex directives, which became mandatory on 1st July have added significantly to equipment manufacturers' costs, states a special report published by the Institute of Measurement & Control. Boris Sedacca presents the argument