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Defining the Basics - Hazardous Area Weighing Webinar
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Defining the Basics - Hazardous Area Weighing Webinar

Defining the Basics - Hazardous Area Weighing Webinar
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Defining the Basics - Hazardous Area Weighing Webinar


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Equipment and products operating in hazardous areas are required to meet stringent criteria. They must be 'protected' to avoid the possibility of them becoming a source of ignition.

Weighing systems are often an integral part of a process within the hazardous area and therefore must have suitable protection.

Many industries face major challenges when defining a zone as hazardous and this can have major implications for users business operation should users fail to meet the required legislative standards.

METTLER TOLEDO invites users to access its free-to-view online webinar ‘Hazardous Area Weighing - Basics’.

This online presentation aims to educate and improve understanding of weighing in hazardous areas, covering a variety of topics across three modules:

Module 1:
• Hazardous Protection - Why?
• Industries at risk
• The triangle of explosion

Module 2:
• Global hazardous standards
• Understanding ATEX zoning
• Understanding the NEC division system

Module 3:
• Techniques of explosion protection
• Understanding the EX label
• Application overview in industries
• Maintenance in hazardous areas

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