Posts tagged as Paul Meanwell

Research on methane ignition prevention

  Membership of the South African Flameproof Association (SAFA) is at its strongest in 15 years, according to the association’s president Paul Meanwell. He was speaking at the SAFA bi-monthly general meeting in Secunda, on 4 May 2016. In line with SAFA’s mandate as the recognised authority in South Africa on explosion prevention technology used […]

Technical committee develops 16 new Ex standards

  The South African Flameproof Association (SAFA) hosted its 2014 SAFA Symposium at Secunda, Mpumalanga, on 13 November 2014. In his presidential message delivered at the event, which was hosted at the Graceland Casino, SAFA president Paul Meanwell said a total of 16 Ex standards are currently being developed within IEC TC31. These include standards […]

Flameproof symposium call for papers

  The South African Flameproof Association (SAFA) will host its annual symposium on 13 November 2014 at Graceland Casino, Secunda, and is inviting those interested in presenting papers to submit synopses on the theme, “Explosion prevention in hazardous areas”. Topics will include explosion prevention in mines; ATLs; protection type: Exi; dust ignition protection by enclosure […]

SAFA calls for papers

The South African Flameproof Association (SAFA) Symposium 2012 will be held at Emperors Palace, Gauteng, on 8 November 2012. The event will include a gala dinner on 7 November in recognition of those who have contributed exceptional service to the industry. The symposium will aim to share information and knowledge regarding explosion prevention. SAFA invites […]