ATEX Push Button Control Station (Aluminium) Hazardous Area Zone 2 – Technor EFXE
ATEX Push Buttons
Hazardous Area Push Button Control Station
Technor EFXE (Aluminium)
- Product Type: Push Button
- Control Station Material: Aluminium with low content of copper
- IP Rating: IP66/IP67
- Ambient Temperature Range: -50°C to +60°C (ATEX), -50°C to +95°C (IECEx)
- Approvals: IMQ 08 ATEX 028X
IECEx IMQ 15.0002X
- Surface Treatment: Standard with polyester powder coating RAL 7001
- Standard Certificate Label: Made by self adhesive UV and corrosion resistant polyester, approved by INERIS Laboratory
- Accessories Available: Hinges
Traffolyte/Stinless steel certificate label
Internal mounting plate
Passing through earth bolt
ATEX Certification Code
- ATEX II 2 GD Ex de IIC T(**) Gb / Ex mb IIC T(**) Gb
- ATEX Ex tb IIIC T(**) Db IP66/67
** T6/T85°C, T5/T100°C, T4/T135°C
Hazardous area push button control station with ATEX certification is designed to meet the requirements for use on and offshore, in petrochemical and marine applications and can be equipped with Ex de certified standard and emergency push buttons, rotating switches, signalling lamps and measurement instruments.
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STOP / START CONTROL STATIONS
Hazardous area local control stations and push buttons including emergency stop, start and stop/start configurations are ATEX approved for Zone 1, Zone 2 and Zone 22 – specified to provide machinery control where explosion proof control stations are required for hazardous area industries including oil, gas, petrochem, food and offshore.
T&D distribute a complete range of ATEX Ex d hazardous area isolators for use in Cat II, Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 21 and Zone 22 hazardous area locations – isolators are housed in cast iron (16A-63A) or cast aluminium (80A-250A).
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