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Three Misconceptions about Safety Integrity Level

Posted by Pepperl+Fuchs on Wed, Mar 18, 2020

The safety integrity level, or SIL for short, is an indicator that makes risk reduction quantifiable. Plant and machinery can pose risks that are so dangerous that people and the environment should not be exposed to them under any circumstances. If such a hazard exists, the associated risks must be mitigated to meet the need for safety.

SIL is a core element of functional safety and simultaneously the object of many misconceptions. Pepperl+Fuchs clarifies three of the most common misunderstandings.

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Topics: Explosion Protection, Functional Safety

Choosing the Right Ex-Rated Electrical Control Panel Protection

Posted by Alex Dzatko on Fri, Nov 01, 2019

There are many types of protection available for your electrical control panel. Increased Safety (Ex e) and flameproof (Ex d) are two common protection types for electrical control panel enclosures installed in hazardous locations. Choosing the correct type of enclosure can be difficult and depends on many factors, including:

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Topics: Explosion Protection Equipment, Explosion Protection

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