Crydom Magnetics Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS

ATEX rated Float Switch from TAV. TAV Engineering, the Christchurch-based specialist fluid sensor manufacturer, can now offer full ATEX certification, to the highest industry specification, EExd 11C T110oC, on its range of float switches, displacers, contents gauges and valves. Suitable for hazardous area applications such as Fuel Storage Tank overfill protection, where "high high" critical alarm level indication is required, TAV float switches are supplied with up to 4 discrete float levels with an optional manual checking facility, for added security. For continuous level monitoring a 4-20mA continuous output version is offered. In addition to top mount designs, flange or screwed, side entry float switches and displacer type sensors are also available. Established in 1961, TAV Engineering has the capability to offer a full design, manufacture and support services to the chemical, oil, process control and rail industries, meeting the stringent industry regulations including all the requirements of the European Pressure Directive. Full Lloyds quality approvals to BS EN ISO 9001:2000 are also offered. Benefiting from many standard designs, suitable for use in water, diesel, oil, hydraulics, tanks and reservoirs, TAV's experienced Design Engineers can customize switching levels, contact types and mounting styles offering a fast turnaround on small quantity requirements from an 8000 square foot facility in Dorset. TAV Engineering is currently working on gaining ATEX approvals for Intrinsically Safe applications to EEx ia IIC T4. These are expected to be available from Summer 2004. TAV Engineering Ltd., Units 13 & 14 Airspeed Road, Priory Industrial Park, Christchurch, Dorset BH23 4HD. Tel: 01425 270444 Fax: 01425 276766 Website: Email. ________________________________________________________ For further information, please contact:- Crydom Magnetics Ltd.
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March 2004
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