We have a range of ATEX rated components for use in building a compliant system for hazardous areas. Speak to one of our ATEX specialists today to discuss your next ATEX weighing project.
ATEX Rated Stainless steel junction box with IP66 protection from water and dust.
ATEX Rated IP67 junction box fitted with electronic board for junction and equalisation of 2, 3, or 4 load cells.
ZBA1S is the perfect low cost solution for the connection between a weighing terminal and a weight receiver system in an ATEX zone.
Kit of three intrinsic protection Zener barriers, for connection of devices in ATEX area with devices in safe area, housed in an ABS box. Marking of single barrier: ATEX II (1) GD IIC IIIC. Marking...
Weight indicator for areas classified as hazardous with protection methods according to Zone 2/22 areas
ATEX terminal for use in Zone 1 / 21 areas, Ideal for creating weighing systems, batching, and automation systems. EC-Type-Examination certificate according to Annex III (94/9/EC directive). CE-M approvable (OIML R-76 / EN 45501).
Choosing ATEX components for a project involves understanding the specific hazardous area classification of the environment in which the equipment will be installed, as well as the potential explosive risks that may exist.
Here are some general steps to follow when selecting ATEX components:
By following these steps, you can ensure that you select the appropriate ATEX components for your project, which will help to mitigate the risk of explosions and ensure the safety of personnel working in the hazardous area.
ATEX (Atmosphères Explosibles) requirements are particularly important in chemical industries, where hazardous materials and substances are frequently used and handled. In these industries, the risk of explosions is high, making it critical to select ATEX certified equipment to ensure safety and compliance.
Chemical processing equipment, such as pumps, mixers, and reactors, must be designed to prevent the ignition of explosive atmospheres that can result from the presence of flammable gases, vapours, or dust. The ATEX directive provides a framework for the design, installation, and maintenance of equipment used in potentially explosive environments.
In chemical industries, ATEX requirements apply to a wide range of equipment and processes, including:
ATEX requirements in chemical industries include:
By following these ATEX requirements in chemical industries, plant operators can ensure the safety of personnel and protect against the risk of explosions. It is essential to work with ATEX experts to select and install the appropriate equipment and maintain compliance with regulations.