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Midland Systems Given FM, CSA Intrinsically Safe Stamp

Midland Manufacturing Com- pany, manufacturers of vapor re- covery and alarm systems for the marine industry, announced that its full line of alarm systems has been certified as intrinsically safe in both the U.S. and Canada by Factory Mutual (FM) and the Canadian Standards Association (CSA). According to Gaston Barmore, director of technical service, Midland systems have been approved as intrinsically safe in several Canadian installations through either on-site inspections or through acceptance of U.S.-based FM certification, without retesting, by the CSA.

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