Explosion Safety Articles

  • Types of planetary gear sets that we can supply and manufacturer

    The Types of planetary gear sets is a kind of planetary gear transmission principle, which adopts cycloidal pin gear meshing, and has an advanced design and novel structure. The reducer can be widely used in various transmission machinery, such as: lifting, transportation, mining, metallurgy, petrochemical, textile, printing and dyeing, light ...


    By Sogears

  • ABB Brand Squirrel Cage Induction Motors

    Customer’s inquiries case(1) INDUCTION MOTOR, 22KW 1772RPM 440V 60HZ SQUIRREL CAGED INDUCTION MOTOR Brand: ABB Frame Model: M2QA180L4A4 22 kw, 440 volts, 60 hz, 3-phase RPM: 1772 rpm IE 3 Compliant Motor Degree of Protection: IP55 Insulation Class: F Mounting: IMB5 Flange MountedCooling Method: IC411Cast-iron Motor Frame(2) INDUCTION MOTOR, 2.2KW ...


    By Sogears

  • Hydrogen is a colorless, odorless, non-toxic, flammable and explosive gas, and fluorine, chlorine, oxygen, carbon monoxide and air mixture were in dan

    Hydrogen is a colorless, odorless, non-toxic, flammable and explosive gas, and fluorine, chlorine, oxygen, carbon monoxide and air mixture were in danger of explosion; The mixture of hydrogen and fluorine spontaneous explosion in low temperature and dark environment; When hydrogen mixed with chlorine ratio was 1:1, under light can also be the explosion.Hydrogen is colorless and tasteless, ...

  • The Importance of Explosion Proof Lights in Cleanrooms

    Cleanrooms are pushing the limits of industrial manufacturing and scientific research programs. For professionals, the rooms provide a predictable environment with low levels of stray pollutants, germs, dust and chemical vapors. Activities conducted in cleanrooms are carried out with greater precision and safety. ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • Explosion Proof Lights and Hot Environments

    Fixtures that are exposed to high ambient temperatures are prone to failure and malfunction. In industrial facilities with high lighting consumption rates, this is can be a complex issue to address, especially in hazardous locations where explosive dust and vapors are present. As a solution, establishments may apply explosion proof metal halide and incandescent fixtures with external ballasts. ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • When are Oil Wells an Explosive Hazard?

    Contrary to popular belief, an oil well can be an explosive hazard even when it is not in operation (pumping steady). An EnergyWire review of federal labor statistics cited that the oil and gas sector experiences the most deaths from fires and explosions, compared to other private industries. Risks of Explosive Elements around Oil Wells A recent explosion in ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • Class I, Division 1 Industrial Lights for THC Extraction Labs

    The cannabis industry is growing at a rapid rate. According to a report published by Marijuana Business Daily, the emerging sector is forecasted to overtake craft beer and organic food products. With legalization gaining momentum, it could reach $44 billion by 2020. The study also pointed out that for every dollar spent on weed, the local economy gains three dollars. A recent trend in marijuana ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • Bad housekeeping can bring unthinkable consequences

    What’s at Stake Some people can’t stand a mess, while others leave an evidence trail of poor housekeeping everywhere they go. But in the workplace, bad housekeeping can have consequences that go far beyond creating an image of a sloppily run, unprofessional operation. What’s the Danger Poor housekeeping causes a wide range of injuries and ...


    By SafetySmart

  • Explosion Proof UV Lights for Commercial and Industrial HVAC systems

    In the past decade, more and more people have been installing UV lights in their HVAC systems to eradicate harmful bacteria. A timely study from Duke University Medical Center has proven the effectiveness of using UVC bands to disinfect a myriad of dangerous microbes, including drug-resistant bacteria, such as Acinetobacter, Clostridium difficile and vancomycin-resistant enterococci (VRE). During ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • Commercial Pit Lighting recommendations, layouts and best practices

    Commercial Pit Lighting Recommendations, Layouts and Best Practices According to an article archived by Commercial Motor (published on May 25, 1973), inspection pits typically found in commercial repair garages are filled with dangerous hazards that could cause fatal accidents. The publication was one of the first organizations to acknowledge explosive hazards ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • LED Applications for Aircraft Maintenance Facilities

    Businesses that specialize in aircraft maintenance must take high quality lighting conditions into consideration during operations. There are numerous factors in such facilities could make inspections difficult to carry out. For example, the presence of large aircrafts and equipment promotes the creation of shadows and dark spots in the location. Additionally, shiny surfaces increase ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • Lighting the way for disinfection - Case study

    Pharmaceuticals manufacturing involves the handling of powders and volatile, flammable solvents such as iso-propanol. Consequently there is every opportunity for explosive atmospheres to form. Where this is the case, the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR) require that new equipment and protective systems must be selected on the basis of the requirements set ...


    By atg UV Technology

  • Drying of plastic powders - case study

    "Continuous strippers" for polymer powder manufacturing Often in the production process for plastic powders, a solvent such as methanol or alcohol is used, which then has to be completely evaporated again at a later stage. Depending on the consistency of the product, evaporating the solvent is not always particularly easy and the drying process often ¬nishes with residual moisture content in ...


    By AVA GmbH u. Co. KG

  • A Cost-Effective Approach to Explosion Consequence Modeling

    Failure to identify and mitigate explosion hazards is a persistent cause of industrial accidents, impacting sites ranging from fertilizer storage facilities to refineries. While some explosion consequence assessments are performed to comply with regulatory requirements or industry-specific process safety standards, in many cases the potential for loss of life and property damage is overlooked ...

  • Argon and Nitrogen in Glove Boxes and Blanketed Chambers case study

    Application Moisture is measured in argon or nitrogen when it is used as a blanketing gas in glove boxes and other blanketed applications. Problem The presence of moisture in the blanket gas for a glove box causes serious contamination problems especially when welding or conducting moisture-sensitive chemical reactions. Moisture causes product contamination, ...

  • Boeing - Aluminum deburring workstations case study

    The Problem Boeing, an American manufacturer of commercial and military aircraft, called on DiversiTech to help set up an aluminum deburring area at their Wichita, KS facility. When we visited the facility, operators were deburring on tables with no ventilation and were forced to wear uncomfortable face masks to prevent dust inhalation.   The Solution ...


    By Diversitech

  • How magnets act with electromagnetic impulses

    Researchers are now engaged in exploring the various alternative remedies to treat the general health related issues. Magnet therapy is one amongst the all. Since the ancient times people were aware of the health benefits of Magnet. Treating various physical illnesses with the help of magnet is known as Magnetic Field Therapy. The magnetic field has a great affect on human body. A proper balance ...


    By Stanford Magnets

  • Safety implications In the Waste industry following implementations of Atex directives

    Summary: Introduction of ATEX Directives 95 and 137 in July 2003 increased pressure on all industries dealing with potentially explosive atmospheres, including the waste industry. Both the equipment and the operating procedures had to be reviewed in order to comply with the directives. ATEX is the acronym of French words ATmosphere Explosives. In the UK, although the Dangerous Substances and ...


    By Biogas Technology Limited

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