How to Design Industrial Control Panels for Hazardous Locations

How to Design Industrial Control Panels for Hazardous Locations

This post was written by Jim Dunn, product manager at Carlo Gavazzi. Certain areas in industrial settings are classified as hazardous due to the presence of flammable gases, vapors, dusts, or fibers. This blog describes various ways to design panels so they do not...
Webinar Recording: Calibration and Inspections in Hazardous Areas

Webinar Recording: Calibration and Inspections in Hazardous Areas

This ISA webinar on calibration considerations in hazardous areas was presented by Cameron Kamrani, PE, PMP, LEED AP, and Ned Espy and Roy Tomalino of Beamex. There are many aspects to consider before you enter a hazardous (Ex) area to perform calibrations or...
Managing the Cybersecurity Threat to Hazardous Process Plants

Managing the Cybersecurity Threat to Hazardous Process Plants

This guest blog post was written by Edward M. Marszal, president and CEO of Kenexis. He is the co-author of two ISA books,Safety Integrity Level Selection and Security PHA Review for Consequence-Based Cybersecurity. Even though cyber threats are not adequately...
Electromechanical vs Digital: Time to Make the Switch?

Electromechanical vs Digital: Time to Make the Switch?

This post was written by Wil Chin, vice president of marketing and business development at United Electric Controls, and Rick Frauton, a senior product marketing manager at United Electric Controls. A typical process plant might have anywhere from 100 to 1,000...

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