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Intrinsic Safety
All SILKEA Software solutions are intrinsically safe. Our software operates on any platform. And your Intrinsically Safe devices chosen for use will operate SILKEA Software.

SILKEA Software solutions are intrinsically safe, ensuring their safe operation in hazardous areas. Whether you are using our software on a computer, mobile device, or any other platform, you can be confident that it complies with intrinsic safety standards.

Intrinsic safety is a protection technique that focuses on limiting the energy available for ignition in electrical equipment. It simplifies circuits and reduces installation costs, particularly in signal and control circuits that operate with low currents and voltages. This approach is particularly crucial in environments with hazardous concentrations of flammable gases or dust, such as petrochemical refineries and mines.

By employing intrinsic safety measures in our software design, we prioritize the safety of our users and enable them to operate our software with confidence in potentially hazardous environments. It is important to note that high-power circuits, such as electric motors or lighting systems, require alternative protection methods as they cannot utilize intrinsic safety principles.

At SILKEA, we are committed to delivering software solutions that prioritize safety and comply with industry standards. You can trust that our software, combined with your chosen Intrinsically Safe devices, will provide a reliable and secure operating environment.

Should you have any further questions about the intrinsic safety of our software or its compatibility with specific devices, please feel free to contact us. We are here to ensure your peace of mind and provide the information you need.

Intrinsic safety (IS) is a protection technique for safe operation of electrical equipment in hazardous areas by limiting the energy available for ignition. In signal and control circuits that can operate with low currents and voltages, the intrinsic safety approach simplifies circuits and reduces installation cost over other protection methods. Areas with dangerous concentrations of flammable gases or dust are found in applications such as petrochemical refineries and mines. As a discipline, it is an application of inherent safety in instrumentation. High-power circuits such as electric motors or lighting cannot use intrinsic safety methods for protection.

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