Control Panels Hazardous Area Ex d IIC Flameproof (ATEX) Aluminium – Pepperl Fuchs GUB

Hazardous Area Control Panels – Pepperl Fuchs GUB

Hazardous Area Control Panels – Pepperl Fuchs GUB

ATEX Control Panels

for Hazardous Areas

Exd Flameproof Control Panels | Explosion Proof Electrical Equipment

Pepperl Fuchs GUB range offers Ex d IIB+H2 certified ATEX control panels that can easily be configured for use with terminal boxes, control stations as well as control and distribution panels in hazardous area locations, including Zone 1/Zone 2 (gas) and Zone 21/Zone 22 (dust). The GUB control panels can be integrated with over 40 sizes of Ex d and Ex e tb certified flameproof enclosures.

Pepperl Fuchs GUB control panels are manufactured from copper-free aluminium with increased corrosion resistance or from high quality stainless steel. The high class manufacture of components and the range of sizes makes the GUB hazardous area control panels suitable for use in many industries including in offshore and marine applications.

Optional extras are available to meet the customers requirements including a choice of windows allows viewing of integrated monitoring functions and different electrical components can be integrated as per user specification.

Pepperl+Fuchs offers a broad portfolio of Explosion Proof Electrical Equipment & Solutions for installation and control of machinery and electrical networks in harsh environments and explosion-hazardous areas.

Control Panels

Hazardous Area

Ex d IIB Flameproof (ATEX) Aluminium

Pepperl Fuchs GUB

Features

  • Enclosures manufactured from copper-free aluminum or AISI 316L stainless steel
  • Control panels suitable for operation in Zones 1, 2, 21 and 22 hazardous areas
  • Certified to Ex d IIB+H2 and Ex tb explosion protection
  • More than 50 enclosure size options
  • Free configuration of cable entries and terminals for customized terminal boxes
  • Customizable configuration of operating elements and cable gland types as per specification
  • Integration of electrical components and control elements as per customer specification
  • Choice of viewing windows for monitoring instruments

Control Panels

Hazardous Area

Ex d IIB Flameproof

Aluminium

Pepperl Fuchs GUB

Technical Data

Control Panel Electrical Specification
Operating voltage660 V DC / 1000 V AC max
Operating current1600 A max
Control Panel Mechanical Specification
Cover fixing threaded cover
Protection degree IP66 (optional variants IP66/67 with O-ring)
Material
Enclosurescopper-free aluminum alloy or AISI 316L (1.4404) stainless steel
Finish aluminum: epoxy coated grey RAL7005 stainless steel: surface shot-peened
Seal none
Weight see spec sheet
Grounding M6 external grounding stud, internal M5 or M6
Window thermo-resistant tempered glass
Ambient conditions
Ambient temperature -50 °C … 60 °C (-58 °F … 140 °F) -20 °C … 60 °C (-4 °F … 140 °F) GUB*5* and GUBX*5*
Data for application in connection with Ex hazardous areas
EC-Type Examination Certificate INERIS 14ATEX0035X
Group, category, type of protection, temperature class Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC T6, T5, T4, T3 Gb Ex tb IIIC T85 °C, T100 °C, T135 °C, T200 °C Db
International approvals
IECEx approval IECEx INE 14.0042X
Conformity
Protection degree EN 60529
General information
Supplementary information EC-Type Examination Certificate, Statement of Conformity, Declaration of Conformity, Attestation of Conformity and instructions have to be observed where applicable
Explosion Proof Control Panels for Explosive Atmospheres & Hazardous Areas | Ex d Flameproof with ATEX Certification

Explosion Proof Control Panels for Explosive Atmospheres & Hazardous Areas | Ex d Flameproof with ATEX Certification

Ex-Hexagon II 2 GD
Ex db IIC T* Gb
Ex tb IIIC T** °C Db
T6/T85 °C
T5/T100 °C
T4/T135 °C
T3/T200 °C

Control Panels Hazardous Area Ex d IIB Flameproof

HAZARDOUS AREA ATEX CERTIFICATION

ATEXII 2 GD

Ex d IIC T6, T5, T4, T3 Gb

Ex tb IIIC T85 °C, T100 °C, T135 °C, T200 °C Db

Ex d Hazardous Area Control Panels

A flameproof Ex d control panel is explosion protected by an enclosure which prevents the ignition of potentially explosive gases in hazardous area Zones 1 and Zone 2. The explosion protection concept of Ex d is to prevent the propagation of an internal explosion to the surrounding explosive atmosphere, and protecting the internal components from the environment, humidity, dirt, dust or water.