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Solenoid control without the bang: working in potentially explosive atmospheres

03 October 2018

The automation of process control systems is very important for improving efficiency and reliability.

In the majority of cases, this can be achieved quite easily, but in situations where the whole atmosphere poses a potential risk, finding the best solution can be quite a challenge.

Paul Hobden, Bürkert UK ATEX solenoid valve champion, looks at the challenges surrounding process control in potentially explosive atmospheres and how they can be overcome.

Process control achieved using innovative design and industry expertise can deliver solutions that offer improved efficiency and productivity. Very often, at the heart of these systems is the humble solenoid valve, which has continuously evolved to tackle even the most difficult environments.

Read the full article in the October issue of DPA

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