MEMPHIS, Tenn.—Thomas & Betts (T&B)’s brochure, “Electrical Solutions for the Chemical Industry,” outlines the company’s product solutions for the maintenance and operation of electrical systems in chemical processing plants.
The brochure is organized around product groupings that provide solutions to specific challenges encountered in the chemical processing industry, such as safety, sustainability, continuous operation, corrosion and harsh environment protection, grounding and bonding, and hazardous location protection, among others. It also indicates which T&B product lines are designed to address each of these issues, as well as the services and training T&B offers to support many of these lines.
“Chemical processing plants incur high maintenance, replacement and downtime costs,” said Chad Smith, vice president, product management and engineering, at Thomas & Betts. “Manufacturing in these environments is characterized by changeovers, startup cycles, special batches and continuous operation for commodity compounds. The electrical power system must be reliable and durable to support chemical processing operations adequately. Thomas & Betts offers a roster of products that enable a chemical processing plant’s electrical system to function dependably, even under the most demanding conditions.”
“Electrical Solutions for the Chemical Industry” is available through Thomas & Betts sales representatives or may be read online at http://www-public.tnb.com/pub/docs/flipbooks/gm8336_chemical_tb1/index.html. For more information, call (800) 816-7809.
Thomas & Betts Corporation, a member of the ABB Group, is a global leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of essential components used to manage the connection, distribution, transmission and reliability of electrical power in utility, industrial, commercial, and residential applications. With a portfolio of more than 200,000 products marketed under more than 45 premium brand names, Thomas & Betts products are found wherever electricity is used. Thomas & Betts’ headquarters are in Memphis, Tenn. For more information, please visit www.tnb.com.Tagged with tED