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ATEX Air Conditioners

Recognition of conventional circumstances in industrial projects is of great significance. This is because most of the time, standard zone 22 and 22 EX Air Conditioners are adequate to secure explosion safety in hazardous areas.

Furhermore, ExproofAC.com is usually able to deliver these ATEX AC units from reserve. In combination with our transport by plane worldwide, this allows us to offer our customers swift solutions for their projects.

Below you will find a list of our product range, a FAQ anwering ATEX related questions and a quotation form as well as a technical overview of ATEX Specifications.

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Outdoor Unit
Explosion Proof Outdoor Unit
  • 1.5 – 25 kW

  • ATEX Zone 2 or 22

  • R32 or R41

Wall-Mount
Wall-Mounted Explosion Proof Air Conditioner
  • 1.5 – 14 kW

  • ATEX Zone 2 or 22

  • R32 or R41

Cassette Unit
Cassette Unit Explosion Proof Air Conditioner
  • 2.5 – 15 kW

  • ATEX Zone 2 or 22

  • R32 or R41

Ceiling Unit
Ceiling Unit Explosion Proof Air Conditioner
  • 3.5 – 14 kW

  • ATEX Zone 2 or 22

  • R32 or R41

Ducted Unit
Ducted Unit Explosion Proof Air Conditioner
  • 3.5 – 50 kW

  • ATEX Zone 2 or 22

  • R32 or R41

Window Unit
Window Unit Explosion Proof Air Conditioner
  • 2 – 10 kW

  • ATEX Zone 2 or 22

  • R32 or R41

Get Your Quote Today

Our ATEX experts always reply within 24 hours. Please leave all details and specifications in the description box.
This includes but is not limited to:

  • ATEX Zone Classification (0/20, 1/21, 2/22)
  • Air Conditioner Model e.g. Outdoor Unit, Wall-Mount, Multi-Split, etc
  • Indication of desired quantity
  • Extra requirements

We look forward to supplying the perfect ATEX Air Conditioner for your project!

 

Explosion Proof Air Conditioners FAQ

What are the biggest ATEX Air Conditioner Manufacturers?2020-05-05T13:59:39+01:00

 

ATEX Air conditioners are modified by third parties like www.Exproofac.com to be ATEX Compliant. We work with OEM Suppliers like Daikin, Mitsubishi, Samsung and Carrier.

Is there a difference between ATEX Air Conditioner Refrigerants R32 and R410-A?2020-05-05T14:00:05+01:00

R32 is more recent and may not be shipped by plane. It’s also more environment friendly. R410-A may be transported quickly by plane. Often times, when a R32 unit needs to be shipped by plane, the R32 is removed before transport.

Need my outdoor and indoor units both be ATEX Certified?2020-05-05T13:53:46+01:00

Often times, outdoor units may be moved outside the explosive atmosphere using longer piping. In this case, the outdoor unit does not need to be explosion proof. Thus reducing cost and improving working safety.

What are ATEX Zones?2020-05-05T13:51:40+01:00

Atex zoning indicates the severity of an explosive atmosphere. Gas and dust explosive atmospheres are separated into alternative atex zones. From least to most dangerous the ATEX Zones are: 22/2, 21/1, 20/0.

ATEX Zones and Equipment Categories Infographic

What is the price of an ATEX AC Unit?2020-05-05T13:48:28+01:00

The cost of ATEX Air Conditioners are based upon the following attributes:

  • Gas explosion protection is less expensive than dust
  • The nominal cooling capacity
  • Extra options, such as longer piping
  • How strict the ATEX Zone is
Is monoblock ATEX air conditioning a good option?2020-05-05T13:44:49+01:00

This may be a good option when a window air conditioner suits the design of the project.

Is ATEX certification applicable in my country?2020-05-05T13:43:02+01:00

ATEX certified explosion proof HVAC is always accepted in Europe, the Middle East,
Africa (an additional unit certificate is required in South Africa) and in the Far East.
Additional certification may be required in other countries.

ATEX Specifications (Explosion Safety)

Specification Definition
EU Directive 2014/34/EU (ATEX 114)
ATEX Markin Gas EX ic nAC IIB (+H2) T4/T3 Gc
ATEX Marking Dust 3D Ex ic tc h IIIB T135°C/200° Dc
Applied Standards EN 60079-0; Explosive atmospheres – Part 0: Equipment – General requirements

EN 60079-11; Explosive atmospheres – Part 11 : Equipment protection by intrinsic safety “i”

EN 60079-15; Explosive atmospheres – Part 15 : Equipment protection by type of protection “n”

EN 60079-31; Explosive atmospheres – Part 31: Equipment dust ignition protection by enclosure “t”

EN 80079-36; Explosive atmospheres : Non-electrical equipment for explosive atmospheres – Basic method and requirements

EN 80079-37; Explosive atmospheres : Non-electrical equipment for explosive atmospheres – Non-electrical type of protection “h”

ATEX Speficiations alter slightly for all air conditioning systems.

ATEX Modification

StandardExplosion Proof AC