MTL products, part of Eaton’s Crouse-Hinds series portfolio, are used in all types of location, both hazardous and general purpose,from offshore oil and gas platforms, power production plants and petrochemical installations to pharmaceuticals, telecommunications and other manufacturing plants.
We are the recognized world leader in Fieldbus power systems and wiring components, Intrinsic Safety interfaces and surge protection techniques as well as being a leading authority in Industrial Ethernet, and HMI / Visualisation for safe and hazardous locations. The core technologies of the company have significantly increased over recent years and now includes Alarm Management, Wireless interconnect and Industrial Security and Gas Analysis solutions.
With more than 60 years’ experience and deep knowledge of hazardous area standards, Expo Technologies develops and delivers simple, robust, certified solutions that improve safety and save our customers time and cost. Expo work with end-users, integrators, and OEMs across a wide range of industries, including oil & gas, chemical & petrochemical, pharmaceutical & biotechnology, and power generation.
We are experts in electrical protection by purge and pressurisation, having been involved from the very beginning and helping to write the first standards. Our purge and pressurisation systems provide protection to more than 9,000 large electric motors and generators all around the globe, and we have built more than 2,000 pressurised enclosures for panel builders and OEMs.
Our products are certified and approved to national and international standards (IECEx, ATEX, cULus, cFMus, INMETRO, KOSHA, EAC). We have manufacturing centres in the UK, USA & China, and offer sales and service support through a global network of authorised channel partners.
Modular is dedicated to being a leader in the design and manufacture of Workstations, Computer and Peripheral Enclosures, Mounting Systems, and Custom Solutions specifically for use in Manufacturing and Plant Processing environments where standard desktop computing technologies will not hold up due to environmental or operator maintenance considerations.