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Instrumentation and controls Equipment

Triline Pumps UK Limited can recommend, supply and install instrumentation and control equipment, and process control equipment to help you meet your ecological and operating performance levels. Whether you need to reduce running costs, save energy, reduce waste oil, service water or other resources that affect the environment, Triline Pumps UK Limited has the knowledge and experience to specify appropriate instrumentation and control equipment to help you achieve your targets.

Existing vacuum pump and positive low-pressure instrumentation and control equipment can be upgraded to improve or resolve certain operating issues, for example, to give added protection or to improve operational performance. In the interest of safety, our pump installations are designed to meet ATEX certification. As of July 2003, organisations in the EU must follow these directives to protect employees from explosion risk in areas with an explosive atmosphere.

We are always pleased to hear from you and aim to respond to your request within 24 hours. Our contact page has all the details you need to get in touch, give us a call or post a message

Temperature & humidity
Press switches & gauges
Control and starter panels
Controllers and programmers
Pressure measurement
Pressure transducers
Temperature measurement
Thermostats
Analytical Measurement

There are two ATEX directives (one for the manufacturer and one for the user of the equipment).

ATEX 95 equipment directive 94/9/EC, equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres

ATEX 137 workplace directive 99/92/EC, minimum requirements for improving the safety and health protection of workers potentially at risk from explosive atmospheres

Employers must classify areas where hazardous explosive atmospheres may occur into zones. The classification given to a particular zone depends upon its size, location and on the likelihood of an explosive atmosphere occurring and its persistence if it does.

We have created an ATEX Requirements Form’ to help you identify potential workplace hazards.

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