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Thursday, 22 September 2022
TERTIARY EXPLOSION PROTECTION - AVOIDING THE EFFECTS OF EXPLOSIONS

The protective measures that make up primary and secondary explosion protection are not always sufficient. As a result, tertiary explosion protection focuses on reducing the effects of an explosion. Designing containers and equipment in accordance with the maximum expected explosion pressure enables you to control the effects of an explosion. Additionally, the explosion must be prevented from spreading to other parts of the system through the use of explosion decoupling.

Wednesday, 31 August 2022
Triple Coat Finish | The Emerson Advantage

To determine the most effective form of protection against corrosion, Emerson turned to a nationally recognized 3rd party testing laboratory to run a salt fog chamber test on their Appleton iron conduit bodies and two top competitors.

Thursday, 25 August 2022
ALWAYS THE RIGHT COLOUR WITH LEDS

For many years, the focus has been on the high efficiacy of LEDs, which presented the primary reason for their application. In the meantime, optimization of this light source technology has moved forward. The focus in all application areas - including the industry - is more and more on exact colour rendering and on the development of the spectra that are required. Today, high-quality LEDs fulfil even the most sophisticated requirements. The essential criteria and the state of the art are presented in this article.

Thursday, 21 July 2022
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF EXPLOSION PROTECTION

In the chemical and petrochemical industry, in crude oil and natural gas extraction, in mining, in the foodstuff industry, in machine engineering and plant engineering, and in many other branches of industry, combustible gases, vapours or mists can escape during manufacturing, processing, transport and storage – and other processes can generate combustible dusts. These substances can form an explosive atmosphere if they mix with oxygen in the air. If this atmosphere is ignited, this can cause explosions that can result in significant injury and/or material damage.

Thursday, 23 June 2022
INDUSTRIAL LIGHTING WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

When planning and installing lighting systems for industrial plants, ever more emphasis is being placed on considering the ecological aspects. Sustainable, energy-efficient and environmentally friendly lighting solutions for indoors and outdoors are in more demand than ever before as we aim to conserve our natural resources. This includes measures to reduce light emissions and modifications to lighting technology to protect particularly sensitive ecosystems.

Tuesday, 10 May 2022
SAYING GOODBYE TO A LAMP THAT SHAPED OUR INDUSTRY

More than 30 years ago, when the fluorescent lamp broke away from the trends and whims of its predecessors, shifting towards warmer colour tones and away from cold tones, it quickly became the universal answer to any lighting question. Although it was originally stubbornly set on providing full lighting power at all times, it was soon available in dimmable versions. With every new technical development, its fan club grew. It was idolised by so many people that more and more countries made it the mandatory form of general lighting.

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