Safety in the Plant

New propane-driven dust extractor

This 15kW machine features a HEPA H13 filter


New labels designed for tamper-proof applications

These secure destructible polyethylene labels have an operating temperature range of -40°C to 80°C

New continuous emissions analyser has 32 alarms

This is designed for the measurement of pollutants, greenhouse gases and reference oxygen in flue gases

Upgraded wireless angle measurement system

For hazardous environments, this combines a wireless inclinometer with a 900mHz radio and antenna

New Ultrasonic Leak Detector

This is designed for use in industries utilising compressed air

Protective coating formula improves

Now it is easier to apply

New particulate matter sensor

This has a predicted lifespan of 8 years

Analysing explosion risk

Some thoughts on the regulations

New Smart Pressure Gauge

Rosemount pressure sensor technology offers greater reliability

New hazmat suit

The bright lime garments have been tested against 300 chemicals

Rupture discs protect various high pressure processes

High pressure applications require special overpressure protection due to the demanding process conditions

New light curtains

These photoelectric presence sensors are designed to offer higher safety levels

Safer valves for compressed gas cannisters

Some thoughts on the dangers of falling cylinders

Explosion protection: customised systems gain ground

The challenge that plant operators face is to identify the right explosion protection solution for each particular application

Protecting removable storage devices

For businesses that use removable storage devices, the threat of cyber-attacks on industrial control systems can be greatly reduced by ‘sheep dipping’ your external storage devices before they even enter the building or production plant, says Tim Ricketts



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