This is the question that many people ask themselves. There are so many standards and practices, so different from each other. You have the Class, Division & Group classification in […]Read more
On Feb 4th, 2009, on the first anniversary of the dust explosion that took place at the Imperial Sugar factory, the US Chemical Safety Board released a video message. In […]Read more
It is now almost three years since the Buncefield oil storage depot explosion took place and finally the authorities have declared, that they will be pressing criminal charges against five […]Read more
Is it possible that if we use gas detectors to continuosly monitor the explosive limits in a classified (hazardous) location, we could manage it better?
Of course! If you recall, the […]
Mention the words “Hazardous Area Classification” and most people who operate plants think, “Oh No! It means that I have to install explosionproof equipment.”
Well, nothing could be further from the […]