What Is The Difference Between ATEX and IECEx Certifications?

Nov 19, 2018

What Is The Difference Between ATEX and IECEx Certifications? ATEX and IECEx may seem similar, but there are some important differences between the two certifications that you should know. To protect the health and safety of your employees, you should be clear on the different requirements that each certification entails. Even though ATEX and IECEx are common terms in the industry, many of us might still be confused on what they stand for. Hence, this article aims ... Read More

How to Prevent Frost Heaving in Cryogenic Tanks

Sep 21, 2018

How to Prevent Frost Heaving in Cryogenic Tanks Cryogenic tanks are essential in receiving and storing Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) up to -162°C which can be described as cryogenic conditions due to the extreme low temperatures. LNG is produced when natural gas has been cooled and condensed into its liquid state at -162°C. The benefit of LNG being in a liquid state is that this allows for easier transportation as LNG occupies 600 times less space than in its... Read More

An Introduction to Frost Heave Prevention Systems

Sep 11, 2018

What is frost heaving? Frost heaving happens when soil expands upwards due to ice forming underneath the ground. Frost heaving occurs when freezing temperatures penetrate the soil and ground beneath the flooring. This can lead to a myriad of negative impacts for a business as the expansion of soil weakens the foundation of the floor, which can even result in cracks in the walls or pillars. Thousands of businesses suffer losses from damage to valuable inventory and ... Read More

3 Controls to Consider When Selecting Your Electrical Heat Tracing Solution

Feb 07, 2018

Before embarking on designing or managing your electrical heat tracing project, it is important to consider the various options for monitoring and controlling your Electrical Heat Tracing systems. The use of monitoring of the circuit integrity is an advantage as it increases the overall system's reliability as failures in the heating and power distribution systems can be reported back to operations and maintenance personnel locally or at a central location. Types a... Read More

The Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) and its Foreseeable Future

Oct 04, 2017

Introduction The Programmable Logic Controller is a computer designed specifically for industrial applications that range from simple lighting projects to running entire manufacturing processes. This system can perform a wide variety of functions, providing many analog and digital Input/ Output (I/O) interfaces, and various communication protocols. All the PLC's components and functions revolve around the controller, which is programmed to perform a specific task. ... Read More