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Cyber security: giving industrial users real-time visibility

Honeywell Industrial Cyber Security Risk Manager is designed to simplify the task of identifying areas of cyber security risk, understanding and decision support required for action

Alarm horns and combination signals

Available as a standalone high output horn with 64 alarm frequencies and four remotely triggered channels

Beware dust explosions in bucket elevators

Explosions can occur when a high concentration of dust is present in the atmosphere

Smart supressors

High efficiency explosion suppression of large volumes and elongated vessels

Raising the alarm in extreme conditions

R STAHL’s introduces corrosion-resistant Yodalex Super Series beacon, horn and combination units

Fire suppression in corrosive environments

Tyco DDS system suited to circular, rectangular or irregular ductwork in applications including steel manufacturing, coal power generation, chemical industry and acid processing plant

CO2 leak detection camera

Lets plants prevent unplanned outages by allowing them to inspect equipment while it is still online in the course of normal operations

Mobile fume extractor

Provides filtration of metal particulate fumes, dusts and some gases and can be used where welding and grinding applications take place

Continuous benzene specific monitor launched

Ion Science announces continuous benzene specific monitor for petrochemical applications

Counting the costs of poor quality

It is tempting to think of enclosures as simple boxes that, in the grand scheme of things, do not do much. But that is to completely misunderstand their purpose, writes Terry Spriggs

Portable gas detector

Features enhanced battery power for longer shifts and harsh environmental conditions

Safe detection of toxic gases

Introducing the FLIR GF346 optical gas imaging (OGI) camera

The danger from within

New academic study reveals that internal attacks are on the rise. Louise Smyth reports on how the process sector can take measures to protect itself

Interlocks minimise opportunities for human error

Interlocking systems are vital to ensure that process operations occur in the correct sequential order. Minimising the possibility of human error, they protect workers from injury and property from damage. Sean Ottewell reports

Protective equipment expert to showcase products at industry event

Latest developments in personal protection presented at Health & Safety North 2014

The red firefighter

Fire pump motors are the critical component in building sprinkler systems, their role being to supply a robust, pressurised water supply to both the sprinkler risers and to hose stand pipes

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