Increased safety enclosures, also referred to as: increased safety junction boxes, are stainless steel (or GRP materials) enclosures designed to prevent the possibility of excessive heat, the ingress of water or dust, as well as being impact resistant, thereby providing a safety factor against breakdown. These hardened boxes are intended to house electrical equipment which will not generate an arc or spark during normal operation, and are suitable for use in Zone 1 or Zone 2 hazardous locations.
Ex Industries offers a wide selection of sizes of Exe Increased Safety and Class I, Division 2 terminal housings & local control enclosures, in both stainless steel and GRP materials. These housings can be used in IEC/ATEX Zone 1 & 2 areas, US and Canada Zone 1 & 2 areas and US Division 2 areas.
Zone 1: Ignitable concentrations of flammable gases or vapors are likely to exist under normal operating conditions, or may exist frequently because of repair, maintenance or leakage.
Zone 2: Ignitable concentrations of flammable gases or vapors are not likely to occur in normal operation, or may occur only for a short period of time during an accident or unusual operating condition.
Increased Safety & Division 2 Clamped Door Terminal Enclosure
The Adalet’s TN4X(6) series terminal enclosures are available in stainless steel 304 or 316L. Also available are custom size enclosures, operators, and components to suit your increased safety application. Silicone gaskets, removable hinge pin, box and cover ground studs including an external earthing stud and universal rail mounting system are included as standard.
ATEX & IECEX, Zone 1 & 2, SS Increased Safety & Division 2 Control Stations – Control Enclosures
The Adalet CN Series of Increased Safety Control Enclosures are intended to house electrical equipment that will not generate an arc or spark during normal operation and in which surface temperatures are controlled below incendive values. Increased Safety ‘e’ enclosures take design measures to resist impact and prevent the possibility of excessive heat and the ingress of water or dust, thus preventing any explosions from occurring.