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Forklidt truck explosion protection specialist Pyroban gets active at CeMAT

Explosion protection specialist Pyroban will "Get Active" at this year’s CeMAT, the "world’s leading fair for intralogistics" in Hannover, Germany, 2-6 May.
Exhibiting in Hall 26, stand E09, Pyroban will demonstrate how industries at risk of explosive atmospheres can optimise levels of safety and reduce the cost of their operation.

Pyroban’s "Get Active" theme at CeMAT 2011 highlights two of the explosion protection safety services available from the international engineering company.

Get active in area classification.
The primary objective of the ATEX 1999/92/EC directive, sometimes known as the ATEX 137 "safety of workers" directive, is for sites to prevent the formation of explosive atmospheres. Pyroban’s hazardous area experts will be discussing area classification services that could help businesses achieve more appropriate zone designations, with opportunities to reduce operational costs without compromising safety.

Get active in explosion protection.
If there is an unexpected release of flammable material in a Zone 2 hazardous area, active explosion protection systems fitted to a forklift truck, such as the new system6000, will provide audible and visual warnings to the truck operator and help prevent the operator and the site from the danger of an explosion.

Pyroban system6000 will be launched globally at CeMAT and Pyroban experts will demonstrate how businesses can benefit from specifying the latest forklift trucks with a choice of gas detection technology and full ATEX 94/9/EC compliance.

Pyroban will be exhibiting some of the latest Zone 1 and Zone 2 explosion proof forklift trucks from leading brands and highlight the importance of maintenance and auditing of explosion proof equipment and forklift trucks.

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