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Explosion Proof Air Conditioners

Recognizing standard situations in hazardous areas is of great importance. For most projects standard zone 2 and 22 Explosion Proof Air Conditioners suffice to ensure explosion safety.

Furhermore, in most cases we are able to deliver these air conditioners from stock. And combined with our shipping by plane in Europe, this ensures the quickest solution for your project.

Finally, all our standard units are listed below.

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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

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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

Explosion Proof Air Conditioners FAQ

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.

Is monoblock explosion proof air conditioning a good option?2020-05-05T13:36:08+01:00

Yes, this is a good option when a window air conditioner is not an issue design wise.

What is the price of an Explosion Proof AC Unit?2020-05-05T13:36:32+01:00

Prices for Explosion Proof Air Conditioners are based upon the following attributes:

  • The severity of the ATEX Zone
  • Dust explosion protection is more expensive than gas
  • The cooling capacity
  • Optional features like corrosion protection
What are Explosion Proof ATEX Zones?2020-05-05T13:36:55+01:00

Atex zoning determines how dangerous a certain explosive atmosphere is. Dust and gas explosive atmospheres are divided into different atex zones. From least to most dangerous the ATEX Zones are: 22/2, 21/1, 20/0.

More information on ATEX Zones and Equipment Categories

Need my outdoor and indoor units both be Explosion Proof?2020-05-05T13:37:18+01:00

This depends on your situation. Often times, outdoor units may be moved outside the explosion proof atmosphere using longer piping. In this case, the outdoor unit does not need to be explosion proof. This reduces cost and improves explosion safety.

What is the difference between Explosion Proof Air Conditioner Refrigerant R32 and R410-A?2020-05-05T13:37:40+01:00

R32 is a newer, more environmental friendly refrigerant compared to R-410A. R32 may not be shipped by plane. R-410A may be shipped by plane.

Who are Explosion Proof Air Conditioner Manufacturers?2020-05-05T13:38:03+01:00

We modify OEM Air Conditioners from top brands like Daikin, Mitsubishi, Samsung and Carrier to comply with explosion safety regulations.

Explosion Safety Specifications (ATEX)

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”

Explosion Safety Specifications (ATEX) may differ for each different explosion proof air conditioner.

Before & After Modification

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