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Product support team leader at Hochiki Europe, Simon Massey, explains what installers should take into account when recommending fire safety equipment for explosive atmospheres to ensure businesses comply with legislation and uphold the safety of workers. Hazardous areas are an unavoidable feature of buildings across a

Suspended ceilings – or false ceilings as they are sometimes referred to – are a common sight in both commercial and industrial settings across the globe. This article addresses the unique fire protection challenges they can pose, explaining the safety threats, and technological solutions. Suspended ceilings

Managers of petrochemical, refining, power, offshore, pulp and paper and other facilities with extensive hot processes and piping systems are frequently challenged with performing all the necessary coatings maintenance work only during periods of outages. Outages are required so that process equipment can be properly

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