It’s official! We have received our important CSA and CRN approvals for the Model 810 magnetic level gauge and associated transmitters and switches. These approvals verify Brooks’ high quality and compliance with international standards that customer’s value.
CSA International, the leading provider of product testing and certification services for the United States and Canada, has certified Brooks transmitters and switches to be intrinsically safe and explosion/flame-proof in Class I, Div 1 hazardous areas. ABSA (Alberta Boilers Safety Association), the pressure equipment safety authority for Alberta, Canada, has also issued a CRN (Canadian Registration Number) certificate for the Model 810 magnetic level gauge. Brooks expects to receive CRN certificates for the rest of the Canadian provinces shortly.
The CSA and CRN certificates are just two more in our very broad international certification portfolio, including IECEx, ATEX, EDF’s K3 nuclear certifications, PED and many more, allowing us to meet a broad set of customers’ requirements throughout the world and in many industries.
When I was a process engineer, I did not have the time nor the money to try and explore new technologies. I wanted something that was proven, worked well and did not give me headaches. In an industrial production environment, unlike R&D, no one wants to be the guinea pig. A production line depends on the decision you take. Therefore, it is important to have the necessary information at your finger tips to help you make that critical decision.
I have to tell you that it is really confusing out there. Every company tries to spin its own product as the best solution since sliced bread. In reality, we all want an unbiased knowledge database to learn from and refer to when we need help. I hope this blog is a start of a discussion to build our knowledge of fluid level measurement.
I’m very excited to introduce you to the official Brooks Instrument Blog! This blog will be a great place for processing audiences from all industries to learn more about Brooks products, technologies, interesting applications, industry trends and so much more. Plus, the blog is a great place for you to share your ideas and opinions about all types of flow, pressure and level products and applications.
We plan on updating the blog more than once a week in categories such as Coriolis and thermal mass flow, level measurement, pressure applications, direct liquid injection vaporizer solutions and variable area meters. We’ve put together a great core team of experts that will post to the blog, including members of Brooks’ management, sales and product management teams. I encourage you to post comments on any or all of the blog entries as it’s a great way to share knowledge and find suggestions from some of the industry’s leading specialists.
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