Fluke equipment helps keep electrical workers out of harm’s way while also cutting, by up to 50%, the time required to work in dangerous arc flash zones.
Fluke’s 377 FC and Fluke 378 FC non-contact voltage True-RMS AC/DC clamp meters, to minimise the risk of electrical shock when electricians make live voltage measurements.
The new Fluke 377 FC and 378 FC Non-Contact Voltage True-rms AC/DC Clamp Meters can measure voltage and current simultaneously without touching a live wire
Tracking down problems within a process loop can be a difficult challenge in the best of environments.
For those who work in industries where flammable materials are present—such as petrochemical and pharmaceutical plants, oil platforms, refineries, pipelines, and mining—the potential for an explosion is a daily reality
By allowing technicians to effectively scan equipment, structures, and processes from a longer distance, without the need to make contact with the object being inspected, thermal imagers can help reduce exposure to hazards and in some cases eliminate the need to secure a hot work permit. This is especially helpful for electrical, process control, and building inspection applications.
In a recent survey, more than 30% of electricians admitted to not using test tools accurately rated for their work environment. It’s the cold truth that a well-built digital multimeter will perform better in demanding conditions than a second-tier model. Not only will a top-tier tool be able to stand up to your work environment, but it will help keep you safe.
What is personal protective equipment (PPE) and why is it important?
Electricity is a fierce power. Dangerous if not respected. Deadly if unleashed by improper tools.