Grounding and Bonding Solutions.
For over 30 years, Newson Gale has been leading the way in hazardous area static electricity control using rigorously tested grounding and bonding systems, serving industries where processes generating static electricity have the potential to ignite flammable or combustible atmospheres.
Static Grounding Solutions
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Grounding & Bonding Applications
The Grounding & Bonding Applications Handbook contains 32 pages of application illustrations and Best Practice advice for a wide range of chemical processing applications.
32 pages of Code Compliant static earthing solutions with illustrations.
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Grounding and Bonding - Industries we serve
Newson Gale offers a wide range of grounding and bonding, static grounding and anti static electricity solutions aimed at any industry where flammable, combustible and explosive atmospheres are present.
The static grounding product range includes:
Earth-Rite Static Grounding Indicating & Interlock Systems
- providing local indication of proper ground connection and interlock control for process control or alarm systems.
Bond-Rite Self Testing Clamps and Static Bond Indicating Systems
- providing local indication of proper bonding for applications where interlock is not practical or required.
Cen-Stat Static Grounding & Bonding Clamps
- a wide range of purpose-designed static grounding clamps, cables, reels and assemblies, to suit all common applications.
The products are fully compliant with internationally recognised Best Practice standards for controlling static electricity such as:
- this recommended practise applies to the identification, assessment, and control of static electricity for purposes of preventing fires and explosions.
With experienced representatives in many areas of the world, Newson Gale pools its application knowledge to engineer high reliability products to suit many standard as well as ‘special’ applications. To find out more about static electricity hazards and how static electrcity can be monitored and controlled visit the Knowledge Centre.