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Humidity and temperature transmitters for hazardous areas

By Mary Page Bailey and Gerald Ondrey |

Vaisala

The new Humicap HMT370EX series of intrinsically safe humidity and temperature transmitters (photo) are designed specifically for hazardous and explosive environments. The entire transmitter can be installed directly in explosive areas, up to Zone 0 and Zone 20, with no need for additional protective enclosures. Thanks to its rugged display, the transmitter can withstand continuous exposure to potentially explosive areas that contain flammable gases or dust. Typical applications for HMT370EX include hydrogen-cooled generators in electricity generation, chemical manufacturing and processing, pharmaceuticals manufacturing, oil-and-gas drilling platforms and fuel tanks and storage. The HMT370EX series offers a wide selection of probe options for wall mounting, confined spaces, pressurized spaces and more. — Vaisala Oyj, Vantaa, Finland

www.vaisala.com

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