ATEX Explosion Protection Services
50 years expertise making you a safe ATEX compliant company
With 50 years of providing explosion safety services to the process industry, we have a wide range of expertise within our group of companies. We in ATEX provide more than just hazard area classification and risk assessment reports. We are capable and willing to satisfy the report requirements, while minimizing the scope specific to their industry needs.
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I've known Declan for more than 10 years, first while I was an HSE inspector dealing with dust explosions, and more recently while I have been an independent consultant, and chair of the BSI committee which covers many of the products supplied by ATEX explosion hazards. Declan is knowledgeable about the hazards that come from dust explosions, particularly in the food industries, and the full range of techniques available to control those hazards.
Praise indeed. A big thank you from the Dalston Production Manager, see below. Good timely ordering, supply and installation all carried out without any safety or hygiene issues, all in all a good team effort.
Thanks Declan, great service with outstanding feedback.
When we identified the need for equipment to protect against explosions we contacted a number of suppliers and looked at the solutions available. ATEX appeared both cost effective and well engineered. Our decision to use ATEX equipment has proven to be correct, we have since expanded the protections systems across other areas of the plant and we have received three years quality support from the company’s engineers. The installation / startup was smooth and we have since experienced a reliable safety system, no unplanned downtime and low maintenance/running costs.
It was good to hear from you today and thank you for your support regarding our oven overpressure issues. We have now developed along with the manufacturer a new design of oven which includes venting panels in the roof. I would not hesitate in recommending you, if I come across any further "overpressure" requirements.
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