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Non-sparking tools

Non-sparking tools are those that generate low energy sparks, always below the ignition limit of those dangerous substances (gas or dust) present in the environment. The tools are called “non-sparking” if the temperature of the sparks emitted is below the lower limit of ignition, and they are therefore safe for use in explosive atmospheres.

Explosive atmospheres and their risks. How can we approach them?

An explosive atmosphere is a mixture of flammable substances (whether in the form of gas, vapor, mist or dust) with air that, after ignition, lead to a combustion that spreads to the entire unburned mixture

DID YOU KNOW WHAT FOD IS?

What is FOD? Would you know what it is? What does it mean? Did you know that the Concorde accident was due to FOD?