Hazardous zone locations, Class/Division vs Zone system

Hazardous zone locations are classified according to the nature of flammable materials present in the atmosphere. In some locations such compounds can be present for a short duration while in other places they are found continuously. The two main systems used to classify hazardous location are class/division system used in the USA & Canada and… Read More »

Class 1 Division 2 Panel PCs, safe system for hazardous locations

For several manufacturing industries safety is a prime concern. Electrical equipment's used in atmosphere with flammable gases or vapors, flammable liquids, combustible dusts, ignitable fibers or filings can result in a fire or explosion. Area with presence of hazardous materials in sufficient qualities to create a fire or explosion is classified as hazardous area. In… Read More »

What are hazardous area certifications?

Industrial process performed under presence of dangerous and explosive gases, combustible dusts, flammable liquid or any other similar sources should use electrical equipment's with proper protection technique. To ensure that installed equipment's are designed and tested to provide necessary protection, third party bodies or agencies certify that the specific equipment's meet all requirements to perform… Read More »

Arista’s Industrial Panel PCs- For a better healthcare visualization

In today’s dynamic market place, Industrial automation solutions are evolving rapidly. Buyers from myriad industries are continuously demanding innovative and productive solutions with minimal ownership costs. Arista Corporation delivers complete automation solutions including Industrial Panel PCs and displays. The complete range is designed for a smart, safe and sustainable manufacturing. For industries like biotechnology, pharmaceuticals,… Read More »

NEMA Enclosures for Rugged Computer Systems White Paper

NEMA Enclosures for Rugged Computer Systems White Paper In Non-Hazardous Locations, the specific enclosure Types, their applications, and the environmental conditions they are designed to protect against, when completely and properly installed, are as follows: Type 1 – Enclosures constructed for indoor use to provide a degree of protection to personnel against incidental contact with… Read More »