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  • safety zones and classifications for storage facilities and factories manufacturing grain, flour, cement or similar dry powder stored in tanks
    Mark and Respect the Zones

    Understanding the different classifications, marking the zones and respecting this during every working day is crucial the safety. Zones can change within a few steps, marking the right zone and using the proper intrumentation is what makes a working place safe.

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  • Zone hazardous areas and hazardous locations
    What Are Zone Harzardous Areas

    Level measurement in hazardous zone areas is followed by strict rules and legislation towards the instrumentation. Drexelbrook have great experience in safety precautions and holds and broad palette of safety certifications.

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  • What Defines Zone Harzardous Areas

    Get closer to the difference and similarities of ATEX, IECEx, Class/Division and Class/zone definition. The most acknowledged safety certifications are closely related, but knowing the exact certification in detail is crucial for correct and safe instrumentation, Drexelbrook holds 40 years of experience in the field of safe instrumentation

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  • What are Safety Systems
    What Are Safety Systems

    When working with hazardous materials one must consider the requirements for safe handling of these. In most cases, sensors and interlocks are used to prevent the accidental release of these materials.

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  • Why Choose a Drexelbrook Water Cut Monitor

    A water cut monitor from Drexelbrook has a lot of unique advantages over other similar products on the market.

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