New standard for mechanical explosion protection: EN ISO 80079-36 and -37

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New standard for mechanical explosion protection:  EN ISO 80079-36 and -37

With effect from 2016, the previously well-known standards EN 13463-1:2009 and EN 13462-5:2011 'c' were replaced by the latest generation of standards EN 80079-36:2016-12 'h' and EN 80079-37:2016-12 'h'.

A presumption of conformity applies to the earlier standard. This means that, during a transitional period of three years (until May 2019) this does not lose its validity.

Caution: Consider competitors' behaviour and customer behaviour. It can be assumed that equipment complying with the new standard is already in circulation, and that in the medium term, customers or IECEx national bodies will demand the new designation.


U.S. Coast Guard updates electrical regulations for offshore hazardous locations

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The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) is responsible for maritime safety and security in the U.S. Offshore Continental Shelf. USCG recently published amendments to the Title 46 CFR rules governing electrical equipment used offshore in hazardous locations.


New explosion protection brochure 2015


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Our new explosion protection brochure is now available for you to download. We would also be pleased to supply you with a printed copy upon request.


Schienle at the MDA 2015 in Hanover, Germany

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This year, Schienle Magnettechnik + Elektronik GmbH once again exhibited at the world’s largest industrial fair, which took place in Hanover.


Ninth International Fluid Power Conference, Aachen, 2014

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For the very first time, and with great success, the Schienle company exhibited at the Fluid Power Conference in Aachen, Germany.