Communication and collaboration in hazardous areas is becoming increasingly important. Cameras, smartphones and tablet PC’s, combined with high speed networks such as Wi-Fi and 4G/LTE offers new ways of working in the field. Technology advances helps users streamline their processes.As the leader in explosion protection, BARTEC deliver a full portfolio of mobile devices. BARTEC’s network
CSL is proud to be hosting a course with Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki (WITT) this coming July for electricians looking into hazardous areas. The course will be held in our head office, Mt Wellington, Auckland at various dates throughout the year. For the next course details contact Joanna Brown of WITT whose details are
Stainless steel enclosures for use within hazardous areas The Klippon ® TB enclosure series offers excellent performance characteristics and meets the stricter requirements of hazardous areas. The enclosures are available in twelve sizes and three standard depths. They consist of 1.4404 (316L) stainless steel and meet the requirements of the IP66 and IP67 protection classes.
Industrial Mobile Phone for Zone 1/21 and Div 1 The Mobile X is a very lightweight yet very rugged dust- and waterproof industry mobile phone with 3G/UMTS technology. It is ideal for use in extremely harsh conditions and in dangerous environments, since it also has “lone worker protection“. This functionality is realized by optional software,
Lumen X7 from BARTEC is a rugged and highly flexible industrial tablet for rough environments. Lumen X7 has a large number of international certifications and can be used throughout the world. It is approved for ATEX and IECEx Zone 2/22 and for UL Class I Division 2. Approvals for other countries are possible on customer
"Convenience" and "safety" are all too often mutually exclusive. But when you're running a process environment where conditions can be harsh and hazardous, posing risks to people and equipment, it's important to make sure that staying safe is as convenient as possible. Even when it comes to something as mundane as changing a fixture lamp.
March 7th to 11th marked the return of the Western Institute of Technology in Taranaki Hazardous Area Training module hosted by CSL in Auckland. This course is designed for electricians, electrical inspectors and instrumentation technicians who will be working with electrical apparatus in explosive atmospheres, instructing them on relevant safety regulations and the latest legislation. Our next
Eaton Crouse-Hinds enhances Champ LED Floodlights for greater performance in Industrial and Hazardous Area environments. Power management company Eaton today announced the release of enhanced Crouse-Hinds® series Champ light-emitting diode (LED) floodlights for harsh and hazardous industrial environments. The LED floodlights are designed to provide long life and low cost operation, while avoiding the maintenance
The BARTEC PIXAVI Impact X intrinsically safe smartphone has all the functionality you will expect from a regular smartphone. The IECEx and ATEX Zone 1 certification has not compromised the quality and usability. The device is explosion proof and rated for use in hazardous areas. The Impact X is the next generation wireless video communication
Revolutionary camera for image and video capture in hazardous zones Do you need a user friendly point and shoot HD camera when you work in hazardous areas? This intrinsically safe digital camera is designed to help you take high quality images where no other cameras are allowed. The Gravity X intrinsically safe camera is ATEX