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Anatomy situated within or peculiar to a part
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introduces the Fluke 721Ex Intrinsically Safe Precision Pressure Calibrator featuring dual isolated pressure sensors with 0.
The use of devices that are certified to be Intrinsically Safe (IS) is a requirement of operating electronic equipment in potentially explosive areas.
The proven robust design is the next step up from Tracerco's award-winning intrinsically safe T201 contamination monitor and allows simple and reliable in-field operation in most conditions.
Ecom Instruments Inc, a subsidiary of Ecom Instruments GmbH of Assamstadt, Germany, and Intermec Inc of Everett, Washington, US, have highlighted features, including RFID, of their new intrinsically safe handheld mobile computer for use in hazardous environments that include oil refineries and drilling platforms, petrochemical, pharmaceutical production, agriculture processing and other explosion-classified environments.
Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Mr Lang will front the promotion and sale of CorDEX's intrinsically safe and explosion-proof equipment which has been designed for use in the global oil and gas industry.
Based on the company's existing single channel characterisation module (CHARM) technology, a new intrinsically safe CHARM has been developed to eliminate the need for separate barriers and associate inter-cabinet wiring.
bishops' doctrine committee has issued a clarification statement (NCR, July 9) that direct abortion is always intrinsically wrong and illicit.
I think you have to be very careful to ever label a child as intrinsically evil," he said.
He added: "I think we have to be very careful about labelling any child as intrinsically evil.
I think what they did to James Bulger was evil, but I'm not willing to say the children were intrinsically evil.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that contraception is intrinsically evil.