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SIGNALS ARE APPROVED FOR USE IN HAZARDOUS AREAS

19-09-2018
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Any electrical equipment destined for use in locations prone to concentrations of flammable gases, vapours or dusts requires hazardous area approval, and that includes the all-essential signalling equipment.

Mechtric offers a comprehensive range of hazardous area signalling devices, including intrinsically safe sounders and LED beacons.

Ex d-rated flameproof electronic sounders, beacons and manual call points are available in marine-grade aluminium, GRP and 316 stainless-steel enclosures.

There are beacons with LED and xenon light sources, and motor sirens with sound outputs up to 140dB.

All equipment is IEC Ex certified for use in Australia and worldwide, and both UL certified and Ex n versions are also available.

Mechtric
1800 252 995
www.mechtric.com.au

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