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Fieldbus displays from BEKA associates

Field or panel mounted displays for use with FOUNDATION fieldbus and Profibus PA systems. FF ITK 6 compliant 6 Optional local alarm outputs Zone 0, 1 and 2 plus Div 1 and 2 certified for gas and dust. Bus powered ATEX, FM, cFM and IECEx certified IP66 enclosures Dot matrix …

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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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BEKA panel lamps gain dust certification

BA390 intrinsically safe panel lamps from BEKA associates now have IECEx and ATEX dust certification in addition to their original gas approval. Permitting installation in all dust Zones, this additional certification further extends the applications for this extensive range of panel mounting LED lamps. Available in five different well defined …

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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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Tachometers simplify speed measurement in hazardous and safe areas

BEKA associates‘ extensive new range of Tachometers simplify speed measurement and display in both hazardous and non-hazardous areas. Featuring panel and field mounting models which can be configured to function with most sensors, they have bold easy to read displays simultaneously showing speed and total time that the monitored machinery …

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New Timer and Clocks: control the moment and last for years

BEKA associates extensive new range of Timers and Clocks simplify process timing in both hazardous and non-hazardous areas. Including panel and field mounting models which can be configured to function with most sensors, they feature easy to read dual displays. These versatile instruments can be configured on-site as a Timer …

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BEKA field mounting indicators now have US and Canadian certification

BEKA associates have recently received US and Canadian intrinsic safety and nonincendive certification for their new compact BA304G and BA324G 4/20mA loop powered field mounting indicators. These instruments, which already have IECEx and ATEX approval, feature a robust IP66 impact resistant GRP enclosure with an 8mm thick armoured glass window, …

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BEKA indicators installed in polyurethane manufacturing plant

Positive Weighing Solutions Ltd have recently installed BEKA BA304G field mounting loop powered indicators in a Midlands polyurethane manufacturing plant. The indicators, which have ATEX and IECEx intrinsic safety certification, display process temperatures and are working alongside Dini Argeo weighing monitors supplied by Positive Weighing Solutions. Positive Weighing Solutions are …

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BEKA beacon gains IECEx certification

BEKA associates‘ BA386 intrinsically safe LED flashing beacon now has IECEx certification in addition to its original ATEX and FM approvals. Industry proven and available with a red, amber, green, blue or white output, the beacon produces two bright double flashes per second. It is housed in an IP66 enclosure …

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ExRobotics and Yokogawa collaborate to accelerate adoption of robotics for inspection of facilities in hazardous environments

ExRobotics and Yokogawa have signed a licensing agreement that will enable Yokogawa to sell and deploy ExRobotics’ inspection robot hardware and software platforms worldwide. ExRobotics was established in 2017 to commercialise robotics technology for use in the potentially explosive atmospheres found at oil and gas production and processing facilities, which …

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