JUMO Instrument Co Ltd a leading manufacturer in measurement and control systems for more than 60 years are pleased to announce our attendance at the forthcoming Instrumentation Scotland & Offshore Systems show in Edinburg.
As manufacturers of sensors and automation components and systems for the offshore industry, we know how important it is for you have these systems continually monitored and controlled, whether this is within an explosive atmosphere or not, we cater for diverse industries such as petrochemical, pharmaceutical, power generation, water and waste water JUMO can provide an extensive range of solutions for a variety of applications adhering to stringent industry standards.
The new safety temperature limiters/monitors (safetyM STB/STW Ex) based on ATEX directive 94/9/EC from JUMO represent the latest state of the art in safety engineering and complete the JUMO product portfolio in this area.
The compact and freely-configurable safetyM STB/STW Ex with ATEX approval can now also be used for the reliable and early detection of potential dangers in the Ex zone that could lead to personal injuries, damage to the environment, or destruction of production systems and industrial goods, and as such SIL approval is an option.
The new JUMO exTHERM-AT surface-mounted thermostat draws on a long tradition of explosion-protected, surface-mounted thermostats from JUMO. It features three impressive qualities: Robustness, reliability, and flexibility.
Robust – with an approved operating temperature as low as -55 °C. Reliable – proven by 250,000 tested switching cycles (temperature monitor). Flexible – thanks to a wide range of options for equipment and combinations.
The JUMO exTHERM-AT can be used in all areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere in which temperature controlling and monitoring are required. This especially applies to the surrounding area of pipe tracing systems, where the primary concern is monitoring the maximum pipe temperature, and to distillation plants, where thermal processes are controlled.
We look forward to meeting new and existing business partners and showcasing our products at Instrumentation Scotland 2016.