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Online learning modules on explosion-protection principles

By Gerald Ondrey |

R. Stahl

This company is now offering four new online courses on the basic principles of explosion protection, appliances for use in hazardous areas (photo), maintenance and inspection, and preventive explosion protection as part of its diverse range of professional development and training courses. These interactive e-learning modules can provide a valuable addition to attending classroom-style seminars or educational conferences at your own pace. The courses are designed to provide preparatory material presentations or seminars, and updates of the latest trends, technology and scientific developments in the industry. They are also highly recommended for those looking to refresh their knowledge after a long period of time. — R. Stahl, Waldenburg, Germany

www.r-stahl.com

 

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