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    Fire and explosion protection solutions for the power industry

    We provide explosion protection for power plants processing coal and biomass. The areas inside and outside of coal handling plants generating heat and electricity are potential operating facilities where explosive concentrations of coal dust can accumulate and under ominous conditions (the presence of an ignition source, optimal concentration of suspended dust and oxygen) lead to a subsequent explosion in the facility.

    By RSBP spol. s r. o. based in Ostrava, CZECH REPUBLIC.

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    Fire and explosion protection solutions for the wood and paper industry

    We provide explosion protection for wood processing factories where wood waste and dust pose a hazard. Various wood processing technologies show that flammable wood waste or dust accumulates in these facilities. In terms of evaluating the risk of explosion, finely sedimented dust is hazardous and in the event that this finely sedimented dust suspends and is connected to an ignition source, and explosion will occur.

    By RSBP spol. s r. o. based in Ostrava, CZECH REPUBLIC.

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    Fire and explosion protection solutions for the chemical and pharmaceutical industry

    We protect against explosions in plants that process bulk material. In the chemical and pharmaceutical industry, bulk materials are processed that have specific explosive characteristics. Small dust particles are released from these materials or substances into the air during the course of processing industrial production. With the movement of air, these particles become suspended in the air and can easily reach explosive concentrations. A dangerous explosion can occur when such a dust cloud comes into contact with an effective ignition source. The risk of explosion therefore primarily increases in enclosed areas.

    By RSBP spol. s r. o. based in Ostrava, CZECH REPUBLIC.

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    Fire and explosion protection solutions for the food industry

    We protect food processing plants against explosions. Bulk materials (flour, sugar, coffee, tea, rice, cereals,…) processed in the food industry have specific explosive characteristics. These bulk materials release fine particles into the air while being processed. These particles swirl during the course of air movement and can easily reach explosive concentrations. A dangerous explosion can occur when such a dust cloud comes into contact with an effective ignition source. The risk of explosion therefore increases primarily in enclosed areas.

    By RSBP spol. s r. o. based in Ostrava, CZECH REPUBLIC.

  • Dewatering of explosive / corrosive media for waste management industry

    In customer-specific chemical processes, explosive and corrosive solvents are used to systematically change the stock characteristics of e.g. pulp or plastic which calls for appropriate measures to protect the machine as well as the environment. To meet such requirements, BELLMER KUFFERATH Machinery has adapted their screw presses` proven functional concept to suit special requirements, such as:

    By BELLMER KUFFERATH Machinery GmbH based in Düren, GERMANY.

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    Compressed air, gas and vacuum solutions for chemical- and process technology

    The chemical industry is completely dependent on reliable supplies of process gas. But each process is different and requires specialized machines. The solution: the efficient compressors and blowers from AERZEN – proven in numerous operating environments, suited for almost all media, unrivalled in their reliability, and adaptable to individual client specifications. Can the solution really be this easy? It can! The EU directives for explosion protection play an important role, among others, in the chemical industry. AERZEN always offers suitable solutions with its products.

    By Aerzener Maschinenfabrik GmbH based in Aerzen, GERMANY.

  • Gas detection analyzers for semiconductor industry

    Semiconductor manufacturing facilities employ a number of hazardous gases in their production processes. Whenever these gases are stored, distributed or used in manufacturing processes, there exists the potential for a hazardous condition. The primary hazards associated with these gases include fire, explosion, and contamination resulting in product loss or unscheduled preventative maintenance. These gases must be continuously monitored to ensure the health and safety of employees, to protect property, as well as to maintain regulatory compliance. Continuous gas monitoring in semiconductor facilities is a requirement of local and state regulations.

    By Control Instruments Corporation based in Fairfield, NEW JERSEY (USA).

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