The ATEX directive divides risk levels into zones 0/22, 1/21 & 2/22. ATEX equipment marking is based on these ATEX zones.
The following infographic will explain which industries deal with ATEX, how ATEX zones are specified, what they look like in practice and how they relate to ATEX marking.
At the end there’s a cheat sheet, giving a quick overview of all atex zones, how they are determined and what equipment markings they relate to.
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