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ATEX Directives documentation

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ATEX Directives:

The ATEX Directive (94/9/EC) manages that makers are compelled to supply just legitimately ensured electrical gear to be utilized as a part of possibly touchy regions. From the specialists side there is another ATEX Directive (99/92/EC) that manages the necessities for enhancing the security and wellbeing insurance of laborers possibly at hazard from touchy environments. Both Directives are obligatory.

These Directives express that every region should be characterized by the potential perilous hazard so that exclusive proper ensured hardware can be utilized there. With the old CENELEC (past Directive), distinctive regions were isolated into three arrangements: Zone 2, Zone 1, and Zone 0 relying upon the level of hazard. With the ATEX Directive, each Zone is related to a Category, and each electrical gear is arranged by these classifications, affirming in which territories it can be securely utilized.


Is my light accurately ensured by ATEX?

To meet the demanding necessities of ATEX mandate 94/9/EC, Peli Lights are tried to guarantee that they represent no danger of start when working inside dangerous areas. Utilizing affirmed research centers, the lights are tried to guarantee that they will withstand thorough effect and drop tests, extreme ecological introduction and meet at least IP54 strong and fluid particles entrance security. Life span and security are guaranteed by plan.

Each light confirmed by ATEX ought to have a code imprinted on its body. This code exhorts the client with regards to the range in which it can be securely utilized without danger of blast.

 

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