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HMS Flame Proof Indicator

HMS Flame Proof Indicator

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HMS flameproof indicator, also known as an explosion-proof indicator, is a specialized piece of equipment designed to be used in hazardous environments where there is a risk of flammable gases, vapors, or dust igniting and causing explosions. These indicators are engineered to prevent electrical and thermal sources within the equipment from igniting the surrounding atmosphere, thus ensuring safety in potentially explosive atmospheres.

Key features and characteristics of HMS flameproof indicators include:

Explosion-Proof Enclosure: The most crucial feature of a flameproof indicator is its robust and sealed enclosure that prevents the escape of sparks, arcs, or heat from the internal components. This enclosure is typically made of materials like cast aluminum or stainless steel.

Certification: Flameproof indicators are rigorously tested and certified by relevant authorities and standards organizations to ensure they meet safety standards for use in hazardous areas. Common certifications include ATEX (European Union), UL (United States), and IECEx (International Electrotechnical Commission).

Sealed Cable Entries: All cable entries into the enclosure are fitted with flameproof seals to prevent the ingress of hazardous substances into the equipment.

Intrinsically Safe Circuitry: Flameproof indicators often incorporate intrinsically safe circuitry, which ensures that electrical components operate at a low energy level to prevent sparking.

Temperature Control: Some flameproof indicators are equipped with cooling systems or temperature control mechanisms to prevent overheating, which can lead to ignition in hazardous areas.

Display: These indicators typically feature digital or analog displays for presenting measurements or data, and they may be used in various applications, including weight measurement, process control, and monitoring.

Application in Hazardous Environments: Flameproof indicators are commonly used in industries such as oil and gas, chemical processing, mining, and manufacturing, where flammable substances are present. They are employed in areas classified as Zone 1 or Zone 2 (in the ATEX classification) or Division 1 or Division 2 (in the North American classification).

Customization: Flameproof indicators can be customized to suit specific applications and requirements, including different types of measurements, communication protocols, and mounting options.

Maintenance and Inspection: Regular inspection and maintenance are critical for ensuring the continued safety and performance of flameproof indicators. Maintenance procedures should be in accordance with the manufacturer's guidelines and safety standards.

It's important to note that the term "flameproof" in the context of electrical equipment refers to the ability to contain and prevent the spread of potential ignition sources, not to extinguish flames. Flameproof indicators play a crucial role in maintaining safety in hazardous areas by preventing electrical equipment from becoming sources of ignition and thereby reducing the risk of explosions.

Flame Proof Indicator Features

► CMRI approved enclosure.

► Mounting of PCB circuit as per standard.

► Built in fuse and terminal blocks.

► Zenner barrier (optional).

► USB pen drive storage(optional) connected.

► Set point with relay functions(optional).

► Tank weighing software available.

► Double compression glands for cables.

► Easy to handle hinge type doors.

► On / Off switch.

► 4 keys with SS Knob & Corrosion resistance cover.

Flame Proof Indicator Technical Details

Model Capacity Accuracy Pan (mm) Class
HMS-P 100 Kg 10 gm 400 x 400 SS III
HMS-P 200 Kg 10/20 gm 500 x 500 SS III
HMS-P 300 Kg 50 gm 500 x 500 SS III
HMS-P 200 Kg 20 gm 600 x 600 SS III
HMS-P 300 Kg 50 gm 600 x 600 SS III
HMS-P 300 Kg 50 gm 600 x 600 MS III
HMS-P 500 Kg 50 gm 750 x 750 MS III
HMS-P 1 Ton 100 gm 1000 x 1000 III
HMS-P 2 Ton 200 gm 1200 x 1200 III
HMS-P 3 Ton 500 gm 1500 x 1500 III
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