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Ex d Enclosures are important for safety, they contain explosions and prevent any hazards from escaping into the surrounding atmosphere.
Ex nR Enclosures are incredibly important for safety in hazardous areas. They prevent flammable gases from entering the enclosure, thus ensuring that there is a negligible chance of ignition.
This articles discusses the advantages of RFID tags over traditional barcode solutions for use in
hazardous industry settings
Safe use of these relatively new refrigerants requires revised refrigerant leakage detection technologies. These safety requirements are codified by new standards (such as UL 60335-2-40 3rd edition and IEC-60079-29-1).
Senix offers ultrasonic sensor-based monitoring systems such as the AirWire Local LoRa for use in tracking waterway and river data. Field tests of Senix's systems have shown very encouraging results, rivaling those of the United States Geological Survey.
This article explores the use of new technology in silo level measurement.
The release of carbon dioxide from dry ice can hazardous. Read this article to learn how carbon dioxide detection can assist in allaying these hazards.
Dynisco provides various types of capillary dies in capillary rheometers with different diameters,
lengths, and entrance angles.
This article discusses the flow curve behavior of polymer melts.
A flow rate test is used to determine the melt flow rate (MFR) of plastic and thermoplastic materials.