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safety directive Applications

  • Safety Relief Valves

    Safety Relief Valves The Seetru range of safety valves for compressed air and gas are compact, highly efficient and incorporate the exclusive Tutchtite– seal technology for repeatable bubble-tight sealing performance: designed for applications including air/gas compressors, specialist gas plants, chemical equipment and piping, pressure vessels, thermal relief and medical gases etc. These valves are manufactured in bronze, brass or stainless steel and offer a wide range of connections, for applications up to 250°C. Manufactured in accordance with a wide range of international standards and approvals such as TÜV (Germany) to AD Merkblatt A2, National Board UV Stamp to ASME Section VIII Division 1, EAC customs union (Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan), the Canadian CRN and compliant with the requirements of the Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC (CE marked). LGS™ Valve Range - Our newest range is designed to be a multi-purpose device suitable for a a wide range of applications.

    By Seetru Limited based in Bristol, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Meteo Information for Safe Operation

    In the industry segment meteo information is essential for safe operation. To deal with emergencies, accurate real-time information on wind conditions (direction and speed) is crucial. In some cases we feed this data directly into safety applications which models and predicts the progression of released gas clouds.

    By Mierij Meteo b.v based in De Bilt, NETHERLANDS.

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    Sound Instrumentation for Vibration

    Vibration is simply defined as the variation of an object about a fixed position. To properly define and quantify the physical characteristics of vibration, however, is much more complex - account must be taken of the direction, frequency and magnitude of vibration. Then, what properties should be measured? Is it appropriate to measure the displacement of the vibrating object as a measure of its amplitude, or should we instead measure velocity, or acceleration? What are the conventions for measuring direction, and is it really important?

    By Norsonic AS based in Lierskogen, NORWAY.

  • Dams and Dikes Structural Health Monitoring Systems

    The control of a dam requires a wide range of important information coming from the sensors, which are of vital importance for the life of a dam. Engineers in charge can take specific and sudden decisions for a correct control of a dam`s reservoir, body and foundations. However, monitoring is not only carried out by sensors, but it also involves direct or remote visual inspection as well as topographical measuring.

    By Roctest - part of Nova Metrix LLC based in Saint-Lambert, QUEBEC (CANADA).

  • Pulsar noise testing equipment for workplace sector

    Workplace noise monitoring is an interesting subject that can appear complex, but it is always worth remembering what you are trying to achieve. This can be summarised as: ““Minimising or avoiding the risk of noise-induced hearing loss in the workplace to comply with local, noise-based, legislation”” Such legislation is usually based on a European Directive that is then modified to suit the needs of each particular country. For example, in the United Kingdom, the ‘The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005’ are based on the European Union Directive 2003/10/EC; usually called “The physical agents (noise)” directive and expanded upon by the Health & Safety Executive.

    By Pulsar Instruments plc based in Filey, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Environmental testing & compliance screening for energy/environmental sector

    Compliance screening and testing is often carried out during the manufacturing phase of a product, and all the way through its disposal or recycling process. It ensures that products and materials meet specific standards or comply with international and local directives or regulations. These standards and regulations are introduced to ensure the quality and safety of a product, and to minimise or eliminate its negative impact on the environment and people. Examples of products or materials tested are: electrical and electronic equipment (for compliance with the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive), waste oils, soil (soil remediation depending on contents of toxic metals), children’s products (for compliance with Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008), etc.

    By Oxford Instruments plc based in Abingdon, UNITED KINGDOM.

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