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These condensers and chillers are explosion proof

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TSI

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This company’s line of condensing and chiller units are now available in explosion-proof designs (photo). The product line consists of a number of models, including air-cooled condensing units, remote air-cooled condensers, water-cooled chillers and evaporative condensing chillers for both indoor and outdoor use. With explosion-proof design, these units are suitable for use in petrochemical refineries, oil-and-gas applications, grain elevators, power plants, coal mines and chemical production plants. The explosion-proof products are built in accordance with National Electric Code (NEC) requirements for various hazardous environments where fire or explosion risks may exist due to flammable gases or vapors, flammable liquids, combustible dust, ignitable fibers or flyings. — Technical Systems Inc. (TSI), A Division of RAE Corp., Pryor, Okla.

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