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    Intrinsically Safe Self-testing Static Grounding Clamp

    now incorporating mains power supply.

    The new mains powered Bond-Rite REMOTE EP provides a reliable and
    economical way to enable static bonding connections to be continuously
    checked and verified in flammable atmospheres.

    International Safety Standards dictate that static grounding and bonding
    clamps are required wherever mobile or portable conductive plant items such
    as drums, containers and vessels are used in hazardous areas. However,
    these types of mobile plant often have coated surfaces and this problem is
    compounded in use due to build up of insulating layers such as paint,
    resins, product build-up, or other contamination. These conditions can
    easily impair the effectiveness of the static-grounding clamp and insulate
    the plant item, but it is virtually impossible to know this just from
    visual inspection.

    To overcome this situation, the Bond-Rite REMOTE EP combines the benefits
    of a purpose designed grounding clamp with wall mounted monitoring
    electronics and feedback via visual indication (flashing green LED). The
    Bond-Rite continuously tests it's own connection and verifies a suitably
    low resistance static dissipation path (< 10 Ohms). Power Supply Units are
    available for 230 or 110V AC, and incorporate Intrinsically Safe Barriers -
    unit ATEX certification EX II (1) GD [EEx ia IIC]. Up to four monitoring
    units can be driven from a single power supply, providing an economical and
    simple to install solution in applications where multiple plant items must
    be earthed.

    The Bond-Rite REMOTE EP complements the existing Bond-Rite range of self
    testing clamps and is perfectly suited to applications where the earthing
    clamp/connector will be attached to plant/drums/containers for prolonged
    periods of time. The Bond-Rite is manufactured and distributed in the UK by
    Newson Gale Ltd and is available worldwide through a network of specialist
    distributors. Please contact Newson Gale for more information.

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