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Cooper Crouse-Hinds (UK) Ltd Hazardous Area Division

Building 2, Argosy Way,
Whitley Business Park,
Simitar Way
Coventry
CV3 4GA
UK

Telephone : +44 24 7630 8930
Fax : +44 24 7630 1027
Email : Gordon.Low@CooperIndustries.com
Web : www.coopercrouse-hinds.eu


Article archive for Cooper Crouse-Hinds (UK) Ltd Hazardous Area Division;

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    Robust safety switches for Zone 22 hazardous dust applications(20/07/2014)

    Eaton's Crouse-Hinds division has extended its range of safety switchgear with a new series of robust safety switches that are suitable for Zone 22 hazardous dust environments and for high ambient temperature industrial applications.

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    Ex d enclosures: understanding the standards(12/05/2013)

    When specifying explosion-proof (Ex d) enclosures* to house electrical apparatus for use in explosive atmospheres, engineers must ensure they fully understand the implications of modifying the enclosure as part of the certified equipment prior to, and after, installation. Toni Ott offers some guidance.

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    Know your IP from your Exd and Exe(01/06/2012)

    When it comes to specifying enclosures for hazardous area electrical applications, designers must ensure they fully understand IP protection ratings, as well as the implications of modifying an Exd or Exe enclosure prior to, or after, installation.

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  • How safe is your electrical enclosure?(01/03/2010)

    When it comes to selecting the right electrical enclosure for hazardous area applications, choosing a manufacturer that is in total control of its product quality on a global basis is all-important. We discover how one successful company has achieved this essential aim

  • Panel builders forge a cast iron relationship(01/12/2009)

    Hazardous area electrical systems builder, PDC Systems has found an explosion proof enclosure that it can rely upon and, moreover, an enclosure supplier that is also willing to customise these special housings to meet its client's specific needs

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    One spark might be enough(10/07/2009)

    The standards that apply to electrical production equipment used in hazardous dust areas are changing rapidly. For those equipment owners and manufacturers that do not keep abreast of these changes, there can be serious consequences, warns Gordon Low of Cooper Crouse-Hinds (UK) Ltd.

  • Understanding the 'X-Factor'(01/10/2008)

    Ever wondered about the significance of the ‘X’ at the end of a hazardous area certificate number? Graham Doran offers some enlightenment but warns that there may be subtle technical differences between electrical products from different manufacturers

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