ATEX


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AcronymDefinition
ATEXATmosphere EXplosibles (French: Explosive Atmospheres)
ATEXAnti-Terrorism Exercise
ATEXATM Tributary Extension (Tellabs)
ATEXApparel and Textile Education Xchange
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The Axiomtek rBOX510-6COM (ATEX/C1D2) comes with ATEX and C1D2 certifications for safe operation in hazardous environments, such as oil field development, industrial power plants, gas stations, chemical plants, oil factories, and paint factories.
This consultation concerns the supply of transmitters walkie Atex Motorola brand and accessories equipping the pump tonne vans in service in the department of Pas-de-Calais.
State-of-the-art Atex monitoring features to ensure operational safety of the equipment are also standard.
Previously available to customers in Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America, the Yalelift 360 ATEX hoist is now available to the North American market.
In addition to offering exceptional levels of weighing sensitivity, the XS3 checicweigher has been certified by ATEX assessors as a Category 3 device, making it suitable for use in Zone 2 gassy environments (Category 3G) and Zone 22 (Category 3D) dusty atmospheres.
ATEX constantly seeks to identify niches or large markets to deliver unique products, which allows the group to remain a leading competitor in the market.
To accommodate shipments of propane, Enterprise would loop a portion of ATEX, add pumping capacity as needed and install facilities for delivery of specification ethane and propane.
The type approvals are compliant with the ATEX Explosion Protection Directive regarding explosive gases.
David Hall, spent 20 years (10 of those as CEO, EMEA) securing market leadership for Atex - Lineup's direct competitor - in the UK, Scandinavia and Benelux.
Atex expects that 50% of its new revenue in EMEA will be from software as a service (SaaS).
80m DEAL FOR ATEX Watson Burton advised Atex Group on a complex $80m refinancing deal to boost the company's aim to be the world's largest software vendor to the media industry.
Atex is the long-time supplier of editorial and advertising production systems for newspapers.