Video: Why hazardous conditions need Atex Radios

PCE has long given advice to radio users who work in hazardous conditions but sometimes it takes something more visual to really press the point. Hytera’s video clearly illustrates why people working in the mining, oil, gas, chemical and quarry industries need ATEX radios to stay safe while they are communicating. These radios need to be rugged

What makes an ATEX radio solution?

If your employees work in a potentially explosive atmosphere of flammable gases, mists, vapours or combustible dusts, you will need to use ATEX two-way radios to communicate with them. ATEX-certified radios provide critical communications tools for emergency workers and staff who work in the gas, oil, chemical, grain and transport industries. Explosions, as we have

ATEX radios – does your business need them?

The need for ATEX radios depends on whether your business is at risk because of a potential explosive atmosphere caused by flammable gases, mists or vapours or by combustible dusts. If there is enough of the substance, mixed with air, then all it needs is a source of ignition to cause an explosion…and explosions can