Questions we often get are: what is an ATEX zone? How do ATEX zones work? What is the difference between ATEX Zone 2 and 22?
Our host Michael explains the ins and outs of ATEX zones in his quick whiteboard explainer video.
So summarizing, ATEX Zones indicate how dangerous a potentially explosive atmosphere is. It also indicates whether the area is at risk of a gas or dust explosion. All technical details may be found in the video. For even more information please check our blog on ATEX zones and equipment categories. Also, make sure to use our ATEX camera, when you find yourself in an ATEX zone 2.