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ARRESTER, law of Scotland. One who sues out and obtains an arrestment of his debtor's goods or movable obligations. Ersk. Pr. L. Soot. 3, 6, 1.

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Bidder must be a manufacturer of the Lightning Arrestors must have supplied LAs of 198KV, 30KV & 9KV to at least two Organizations in the last three years which shall be in successful operation for at least two years.
The spark arrestors are full stainless steel design and are certified to stringent international Atex standards.
Sheldon Levine, vice president of marketing and business development at AERO NAV Laboratories, described recent flame arrestor testing the company had performed: "Flame arrestors typically are used in fuel systems, pipelines, ducts, and vents where they provide protection against flames, lightning strikes, and other possible sources of ignition.
WITT flashback arrestors for use with ethylene, provide reliable protection of single cylinders, outlet points (hoses and any equipment) or pipelines against dangerous gas back feeding and flashbacks meeting BAM and TUV certification.
In addition, the spacing of crack arrestors for this pipeline was determined by the consultant responsible for the conversion.
Engineers are testing various compounds for lightning arrestors, terminations, splices, bushings and other high-voltage components.
Cooper Power Systems manufactures distribution transformers, distribution switchgear, reclosers, capacitors, protective relays, voltage regulators, automated switches, cable accessories, surge arrestors, transformer components and dielectric fluids, fuses and tools and it provides engineering services for the electrical and industrial markets.
MUREX WELDING PRODUCTS is reminding users that Pressure Regulators and Flashback Arrestors contain elastomeric components which deteriorate and cause the units to fail in service.
Flame arrestors are required devices in potentially volatile process and analytical gas applications to ensure safety.
Surge arrestors block direct current to prevent systems being damaged by lightning and other electrical surges.
PETRONET saved several million dollars by using Clock Spring[R] Crack Arrestors to avoid pipe replacement in converting a liquids pipeline to natural gas service in South Africa.