Intrinsically Safe

Intrinsically safe Test & Measurement instruments from TEGAM include bond meters, milli-ohmmeters and thermocouple thermometers.

Rely on TEGAM Intrinsically for Protection and Quality in Test & Measurement Instruments

TEGAM is committed to craftsmanship and safety with all of our instrumentation. We are proud to manufacture milli-ohmmeters and thermometers designed for use in hazardous locations.

Bond Meters and Milli-Ohmmeters

Fuel tanker trucks need to be properly grounded to prevent electrical discharges from igniting fumes when connecting and disconnecting from fuel tanks. The TEGAM R1L-E2A intrinsically safe bond meter & milli-ohmmeter is a test instrument that verifies that the electrical bond to ground is secure.

Aircraft need electrical bond checks as part of their regular maintenance plans The R1L-E2A is ideal for testing the electrical bonds of fuel tanks against other parts of the airframe, and is a valuable device the aerospace industry relies upon from TEGAM.

The R1L-E2A milli-ohmmeter & bond meter is rated up to Class I, Div. 1, Group D (Ex ia IIA T4) and comes in a rugged carrying case. IS probe options available in two different styles.

The 720A handheld milli-ohmmeter and bond meter is rated up to Class I, Div I, Group C and D (Ex IIA T4 Ga)). IS probes options available in three styles with multiple tip options. Instrument is also available as a complete kit with probes, accessories, and convenient storage/carry case.

Digital Thermometers

The oil industry performs sediment tests on petroleum samples and requires precise temperature measurement to properly calculate the specific gravity in a potentially hazardous location. The 920 Series Intrinsically Safe Thermocouple Thermometers carry ATEX/UL/CSA certifications for use in hazardous locations rated up to Class I, Division 1, Group C and D (Zone 0 Ex ia IIB).

The 922B Intrinsically Safe Thermocouple Thermometer provides two channels of intrinsically safe temperature measurement. The dual-channel function provides the differential capability to measure the temperature differences between inlet and outlet, or to compare an internal temperature to the ambient temperature.

For more information about intrinsic safety nomenclature, take a look at our free Guide to Intrinsic Safety white paper. You can also read our blog post on Methods for Intrinsic Safety for a shorter synopsis. To see what intrinsically safe options may be available for your application, please contact us to get the conversation started.