Ex-Machinery distributes Ex-Heat's Fan Heater, "MFH the Bulldog". The MFH heater is certified for ATEX zones 1/2 and 21/22. The MFH is world's first portable ATEX zone 1/21 heater, weighing only 28 kg and equiped with a so-called plug and play installation system.
The casing is moulded from a steel reinforced polymer which makes The Bulldog tough and durable. Using adjustable feet, the heater can be angled to allow for flexibility in its positioning and, with its compact design, can be easily stored or transported.
The Bulldog can be used with or without ducting to provide a warm stream of air that can be felt metres away, even in ambient temperatures as low as -40℃ and up to +40℃. The heater can optionally be fitted with an additional safety device above and beyond the requirements of the certification.
Applicable for use in the chemical industry, oil & gas industry, pharmacy, and food-industry
- Declaration of conformity 3G/D
- Installation instruction for hazardous areas
- User manual
Specifications: ATEX Fan Heater MFH
General Technical Specifications
|Capacity||up to 6 kW|
|Voltage||Single phase 110V to 277V, three phase 380V to 690V 50/60Hz|
|Heater Technology||Fan assisted|
|Air throw||8.8m / 9.4m|
|Dimensions||Length 475mm, width 470mm, height 530mm|
Explosion Safety Specifications (ATEX + IECEx)
|EU Directive||2014/34/EU (ATEX 114)|
|IECEx||Ex db eb IIB+H2 T3 to T4 Gb
Ex tb IIIC T200℃ to T135℃ Db
|ATEX marking gas||Ex db eb IIB+H2 T3 to T4 Gb|
|ATEX marking dust||Ex tb IIIC T200℃ to T135℃ Db|
|Applied Standards||IEC EN 80079-36 Explosive atmospheres : Non-electrical equipment for explosive atmospheres - Basic method and requirements
IEC EN 80079-37 Explosive atmospheres : Non-electrical equipment for explosive atmospheres - Non-electrical type of protection “h”
IEC EN 14986; Design of fans working in potentially explosive atmospheres
IEC EN 60079-0; Explosive atmospheres - Part 0: Equipment - General requirements
IEC EN 60079-7 Standard for Explosive Atmospheres - Part 7: Equipment Protection by Increased Safety ''e''
IEC EN 60079-31; Explosive atmospheres - Part 31: Equipment dust ignition protection by enclosure "t"