STOCKHOLM – As the first company in the world, Firefly has conducted and passed tests according to the test protocol for Quick Suppression Systems – ‘DFL TM170307-1261 – Quick Suppression Systems for certain high-risk areas typically found in industry applications’. It has been developed by DFL, an ISO/IEC 17025 certified test laboratory, accredited to conduct full scale fire-tests.
The individual GreCon fire prevention concept protects endangered milling processes at the cellulose specialist JELU based in Rosenberg.
In European, U.S. and Canadian legislation clear references are made to static electricity being a potential source of ignition for operations conducted in flammable and combustible atmospheres presenting a significant and credible risk to the health and safety of employees.
PIJNACKER – As a service supplier of high-quality components for elevators, we secure the mechanical side of your elevator.
SCHLIENGEN – In this application starch is produced in a food manufacturer’s plant before being blown into a silo with a holding capacity of 25 tonnes.
REDDITCH – After months of development and testing, silo protection experts Hycontrol Ltd. are proud to announce the launch of the SHIELD Silo Protection System on Monday 17th July 2017. The compact, all-in-one system comes after years of developing innovative technology to protect powder storage silos from pressure during tanker-fed deliveries.
BRILON – Particleboard plants as “typical” facilities of the wood based panel industry, consist of a variety of system components that are present in every operation of the industry. The following article shows how these plants are typically protected.
NORTH SHIELDS – Pressure management experts, Elfab, have enhanced its product range further by offering an explosion panel with integral thermal insulation.
NÜRNBERG – Safety is for life: To protect the lives of customers, so that the employees of industrial companies can safely return to their families after work. That is the mission of the family-owned company REMBE.
BRILON – The safety characteristics of the products (for example, the KSt value or Pmax) and the plant-specific marginal conditions (volume/design strength) may influence the selection of the proper safety device.