Our ATEX explosion proof wall-mounted air conditioner is specially designed to obtain optimal air distribution. Taking into account the characteristics of the gases or dusts present. (Heavier of lighter than air.) You can ensure the desired air flow, by mounting the device at the right position on the wall (high or low). Ask us for expert advice for the best mounting position in your specific ATEX Zone.
As the wall-mounted units are of limited size they are suitable for industrial use in analyser rooms, control cabins or other working facilities.
Our standard range of air conditioners are a modification of de latest models of Mitsubishi Electric. The outdoor unit, containing an explosion safe inverter heat pump, continuously adapts to the measured and desired temperature. This enables saving up to 30% on energy use and increases the comfort level for your workers.
On request, Ex-Machinery provides explosion proof conversions for other leading HVAC products and brands, such as Daikin, Carrier and Toshiba.
- Declaration of conformity 3G/D
- Installation instruction for hazardous areas
- User manual
Specifications: ATEX Air Conditioner Wall-Mounted Unit
General Technical Specifications
|Capacity||1.5 - 10 kW|
|Voltage||230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
400 VAC, 3Ph, 50/60 Hz
|Type||Indoor unit, Wall Mount|
|Technology||Inverter, silent scroll compressor, refrigerant R410-A|
|Control||Infrared remote control or wired wall mount control unit|
|Indoor & outdoor
|Indoor and or outdoor units can be delivered in ATEX version or standard CE version. Sets may consist of a combination of ATEX and non-ATEX units.|
||Indoor and or outdoor units can be delivered in ATEX version or standard version. Sets may consist of a combination of ATEX and non-ATEX units.|
Explosion Safety Specifications (ATEX)
|EU Directive||2014/34/EU (ATEX 114)|
|ATEX marking gas||3G Ex ic nAC h IIC T4 Gc|
|ATEX marking dust||3D Ex ic tc h IIB T135°C 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”