HOERBIGER Safety Solutions sets the standard in providing the best explosion protection solutions possible to industrial processing and power generating facilities across the globe.

Through our longstanding brands, IEP Technologies, Newson Gale and HOERBIGER, we aggressively work within a range of industries to create risk awareness, educate stakeholders on risk mitigation strategies and provide comprehensive protection solutions.

Each brand’s innovative technologies and leading market position, combined with HOERBIGER’s global network, make HOERBIGER Safety Solutions the reliable protection partner for customers around the world.

Each member of HOERBIGER Safety Solutions acts as point of contact for all aspects of industrial explosion protection:

  • Material explosibility testing
  • Explosion prevention
  • Explosion suppression/venting/isolation
Explosion protection systems by IEP Technologies
IEP Technologies™ is the worldwide leader in providing explosion protection systems and services. For over 60 years we have offered protection solutions that can suppress, isolate and vent combustible dust or vapor explosions in process industries. IEP Technologies operates globally with locations in the U.S., UK, EU, Latin America and Asia designing and servicing systems with a dedicated team of application engineers, regional sales managers and field engineers.
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Static grounding systems by Newson Gale
For over 30 years, Newson Gale has been leading the way in hazardous area static grounding control, serving industries where processes generating static electricity have the potential to ignite flammable or combustible atmospheres. The Newson Gale range mitigates static charge accumulation by using practical and innovative design and ensures effective static control on three levels – grounding and bonding clamps, visual verification and interlockable control systems.
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Engine Safety by HOERBIGER
HOERBIGER Safety Solutions, offers a complete range of pressure relief valves designed for the protection of industrial engines used in marine propulsion and land-based power generation. These engines can experience a sudden increase of pressure, commonly referred to as a ‘Back Fire”; as well as an explosion in the crankcase of larger engines, due to the presence of combustible oil mists.
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