Common misconceptions about Non-sparking tools

Common misconceptions about Non-sparking tools

Non-sparking tools
There are several misconceptions about non-sparking tools. This blog aims to provide clarify to ensure that people continue to make the right decision when it comes to working safely across industrial operations.
Non-Sparking tools

Non-sparking tools: Learn the basic concepts and be safe!

Non-sparking tools

Non-sparking tool are tools made of special alloys that generate low energy sparks. The key principle to avoid an explosion is therefore to ensure that the energy of the spark a tool generates is lower than the ignition point of the gas in the atmosphere.

Read more to learn the basic concepts behind Non-sparking toolsand be safe!

Insulated Tools

5 important questions about insulated tools

Insulated Tools
What are 1000V insulated tools? Insulated tools, also referred to as 1000V tools, are tools covered in an insulating material that protects the use...
Non-sparking tools

4 factors to consider when procuring non-sparking tools

Non-sparking tools

The most common non-sparking alloys are Aluminum - Bronce (Al-Bron) and Copper – Beryllium (Cu-Be), but what should be the criteria when choosing one option or the other? Even if you are procuring or using non-sparking tools, it´s important that you keep these 4 factors in mind to maximize safety in your operations. 

Read more to learn more about these important 4 factors.