In industries where hazardous environments are common, ensuring the safety of equipment and personnel is of utmost importance. To achieve this, One of the key features of TLS intelligent pressurized containers is the incorporation of state-of-the-art safety monitoring systems. These include integrated fire and gas detection, pressurization and emergency shutdown systems, making them suitable for use in Zone 1/Zone 2 hazardous areas. All pressurized containers from TLS are designed, manufactured and certified to the latest DNV 2.7-1, EN 12079 offshore container standards, ATEX, IEC 60079-13 and/or SOLAS standards. This ensures that the containers meet the highest industry standards and are built to withstand the harsh conditions of offshore operations.This ensures that personnel and equipment are protected at all times, even in the most challenging environments.In this article, we will explore three prominent certifications: ATEx, IECEx, and CNEx. Understanding these certifications is vital for businesses operating in potentially explosive atmospheres, as they help ensure compliance and mitigate risks.
Benefits of Certifications:
Obtaining ATEx, IECEx, or CNEx certifications offer several benefits for businesses operating in explosive atmospheres:
When operating in hazardous environments, businesses must prioritize the safety of personnel and equipment. ATEx, IECEx, and CNEx certifications provide clear guidelines and standards for ensuring compliance and mitigating risks associated with explosive atmospheres. By obtaining these certifications, companies can enhance safety, achieve legal compliance, access global markets, and benefit from standardized processes. Investing in certified equipment is an investment in the safety and success of your operations in hazardous environments.
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Written by Oliver