Entel’s HT900 meets the Gold Standard


Johnson Matthey is a world-beating chemicals company, whose name is synonymous with precious metals. Established in 1860, the company was approved as the Bank of England’s gold refiners the following year and has been winning awards for refining and exporting gold bullion ever since.

So when its UK headquarters required intrinsically safe two-way radios for its Hertfordshire-based operation, it’s no surprise that Johnson Matthey opted for the “gold standard” in ATEX radios – the Entel HT900 series. Supplied by Entel dealer, ETS, these radios provide safe, reliable communications during potentially hazardous refinement operations.

Just as Johnson Matthey pioneered the refinement of gold bullion and other precious metals, Entel continues to refine its pioneering ATEX radios, making sure the HT900 series meets the exacting standards demanded by blue-chip companies worldwide – and all at a price that won’t break the bank.

With its IP68 submersibility rating, Lithium–Ion battery technology and Mil-Std 810C/D/E construction, the HT900 really does meet the gold standard in two–way radio communications.



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