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The enclosures are made from tough glass reinforced polyester (GRP) and include highly insulated options for use in extremely cold climates.
Fire shelters protect the control electronics of automatic emergency shutdown and fire suppression systems on offshore gas production platforms in the Arabian Gulf .
Each of the 120 Intertec cabinets on Shell’s ‘Prelude’ floating liquefied natural gas project incorporates a unique form of semi-passive cooling technology.
The factory expansion - an investment of more than CAD $3 million for the company - follows a period of sustained growth, with demand for field shelters increasing by some 500% during the last two years.
Intertec will supply environmental protection cabinets and shelters that will protect the field-based process analyzers at the new Sadara petrochemical complex in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The cabinets ensure that equipment such as emergency shutdown valves remain operational by keeping them below 60C in a fire for periods of up to 90 minutes.
When fitted with InertSyst, Intertec’s enclosures fully comply with the IEC EN 60079-2 standard for equipment protection provided by pressurized enclosures in explosive atmospheres.
Smart Controller 2.0 has a switching capacity of up to 10 A, enabling it to be used with explosion-proof heaters with power ratings as high as 2,300 W.
Intertec is supplying 160 Diabox 87 pre-assembled electrically heated instrumentation enclosures for the Deep Panuke offshore gas project in the Atlantic, 250 km southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Enclosures are made with GRP (glass reinforced polyester) skins enclosing a thick layer of insulating foam and meet the IP65 ingress protection standard.
Heaters are available for all common enclosure-scale freeze/condensation protection or temperature maintenance applications.
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- Enclosure Coolers, Air Conditioners & Heat Exchangers
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- Process Instruments, Field Devices & IO, Electrical & Control Panels