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Synonyms for intrinsically

with respect to its inherent nature

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The "Ex i" protection method assures intrinsically safe electrical circuitry that is limited for maximum voltage, current, capacity and inductance.
This first Han Ex rollout is for use exclusively in intrinsically safe circuits of categories "ia" "ib" and "ic" of explosion protection method "Ex I" and is suitable for Zones 0, 1, and 2 for gas and Zones 20, 21, and 22 for dust.
Another 30 studies review such aspects of biochemistry as the biosynthesis and export of bacterial lipopolysaccharides, interactive features of proteins composing eukaryotic circadian clocks, chlorophyll modifications and their spectral extension in oxygenic photosynthesis, intrinsically disordered proteins and intrinsically disordered protein regions, and structural and mechanistic perspectives on regulating the chromatin landscape.
The ATEX and IECEx certified 2nd generation of the MC2-IS intrinsically safe multifunction calibrator is a practical tool designed for field calibration and testing in explosive environments.
The Sandvik (previously Voest-Alpine) Models ABM20 and ABM 14 Continuous Bolter Miners utilize the Model ABM20 remote control system, which had been filed under Intrinsically Safe evaluation No.
M2 PHARMA-August 26, 2014-Alkermes begins Phase 1 clinical study of ALKS 7106 for treatment of pain, with intrinsically low potential for abuse and overdose death
the global leader in circuit protection, has introduced the PICO[R] 259-UL913 Series Intrinsically Safe Fuse, the first and only Fuse to be certified under the latest revision of the UL913 Safety Standard for Intrinsically Safe Apparatus and Associated Apparatus for Use in Class I, II, and III, Division 1, Hazardous (Classified) Locations.
Approved under both UL and ATEX safety standards, the EXPRL-91 Intrinsically Safe LED is an ideal portable light source for workers in hazardous locations.
Tracerco will launch the Tracercotm Norm monitor- an intrinsically safe Norm monitor, this month.
Ecom Instruments Inc, a subsidiary of Ecom Instruments GmbH of Assamstadt, Germany, and Intermec Inc of Everett, Washington, US, have highlighted features, including RFID, of their new intrinsically safe handheld mobile computer for use in hazardous environments that include oil refineries and drilling platforms, petrochemical, pharmaceutical production, agriculture processing and other explosion-classified environments.
CorDEX Instruments, a manufacturer of intrinsically safe and non-destructive testing products for the oil and gas industry, has named Scott Lang as its new United States sales manager.
Based on the company's existing single channel characterisation module (CHARM) technology, a new intrinsically safe CHARM has been developed to eliminate the need for separate barriers and associate inter-cabinet wiring.
Intrinsically safe apparatus are electrical apparatus, which are incapable of causing ignition of a given explosive gas atmosphere, when any spark or any thermal effect is produced by the apparatus under normal or specified fault conditions.
bishops' doctrine committee has issued a clarification statement (NCR, July 9) that direct abortion is always intrinsically wrong and illicit.