RFID Technology for Explosive Atmospheres
The most advanced method of labelling during EX Inspection by ATEC is the use of RFID labels.
ATEC in 2011 identified there was a gap in the market regarding automatic data capture for compliance proposes.
There seemed to be a lot of Myths and Unknowns (ATEC believed that RFID tagging should simplify Inspections not over-complicate them!).
However after extensive research ATEC can advise how to best deliver a transparent basic or fully integrated electronic data capture system including RFID technology – which is capable of meeting current standards and the demands of any clients in any sector.
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All systems allow for:
- Compliance with IEC 60079 standards and ATEX directives for explosive atmospheres
- Quicker turnaround of faulty and ineffective equipment meaning greater output
» Introduction to Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
» Competency During Hazardous Area Inspection
» Controlling Fire and Explosion Risks within Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
» Evidence of Compliance within Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
» Fundamental Differences between IECEx and ATEX
» Safe Operations
» Where do you commonly find Ex equipment?