Tag Archives: hazardous areas

BEKA is ready for hydrogen

There is much talk and significant progress being made in the commercial use of Hydrogen as a renewable energy source and reducing carbon dioxide emissions. Well, BEKA is ready for Hydrogen. All of the company’s hazardous area certified products can be used in a Hydrogen environment. For more information visit beka.co.uk …

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ExRobotics unmanned robot incorporates ION Science Falco fixed PID

Throughout unmanned facilities within the oil and gas industry, a human presence is generally still needed for regular inspection work, so deploying Ex certified robots (ATEX and IECEx Zone 1) incorporated with the ION Science Falco, can have a significant positive impact on safety by minimising worker field trips, which …

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New touchscreen sensor assembly offers industry-best performance and reliability in harsh applications

TouchNetix has introduced Chrominance, a sensor assembly for touchscreen displays which sets new benchmarks for performance, reliability and ease of system installation in industrial, medical, transportation and military applications, and in any type of harsh or hazardous environment. The Chrominance sensor assemblies, which are based on TouchNetix’ aXiom series touchscreen …

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How to reduce the cost of hazardous area temperature measurement

A brief article from BEKA associates outlines how product innovation saves cost for hazardous area temperature measurement. It also provides some background information on the evolution from mechanical to electronic techniques. Read this one page article in full. View the Indicating Temperature Transmitter Product Range. For further information or to discuss …

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Ion Science highlights importance of mercury contamination monitoring

Ion Science is highlighting the suitability of its ergonomically designed Mercury Vapour Indicator (MVI) for rapid and reliable mercury detection during decommissioning, demolition, repurposing or refurbishment of industrial plant, laboratories and other premises. Environmental pressures and subsequent legislation to control hazardous substances has resulted in a sharp decline in the …

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Simple control in hazardous areas – more than a display

BEKA is renowned for high quality indicators and displays but did you know that simple elements of control can be achieved with our products to simplify system design, minimise wiring and reduce costs. Modbus display – two isolated switch outputs as standard Fieldbus Alarm Outputs – Optional 6 channel alarm …

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An alternative approach to Zone 1 display instrumentation

BEKA has always promoted intrinsically safe display instrumentation for applications in Zone 1, but there are a significant number of users who prefer other explosion protection techniques, particularly flameproof Ex d instrumentation. To learn more about BEKA’s alternative, please visit the company’s website. New Ex eb 4-20mA Loop Powered Indicators No …

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New alternative to Ex d 4-20mA loop powered indicators

BEKA are pleased to announce a new lower cost alternative to Ex d indicators. A field mounting indicator that can be installed in Zone 1, 2, 21 or 22 without a barrier or isolator. An innovative design that employs multiple explosion protection concepts while maintaining the depth of features of existing …

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IGE Consulting uses Ion Science TigerLT instrument for risk assessments of on-site contamination

Geo-environmental consultancy, IGE Consulting, is using a TigerLT handheld photoionisation detector (PID) from Ion Science to provide comprehensive risk assessments of on-site contamination. Supplied by UK-based distributor, Shawcity, the instrument was chosen for its flexible lamp design options that target different ranges and types of gases, and is monitoring potentially dangerous volatile …

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One and two input Counters for hazardous and safe area applications

BEKA associates’ extensive new range of pulse input Counters can economically perform most industrial counting functions in both hazardous and non-hazardous areas. Featuring one and two input models which can be configured to function with most sensors, they have bold easy to read displays showing the total number of input …

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