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BARTEC TECHNOR AS is a part of the BARTEC Group, one of the world’s leading vendors
of industrial safety technology. BARTEC TECHNOR was established in 1983 in Stavanger,
Norway, and is a recognized manufacturer of equipment and systems for use in hazardous
areas. BARTEC TECHNOR is trusted by many of the world’s foremost companies as a
preferred supplier of equipment for potentially explosive atmospheres. BARTEC TECHNOR’s
main clients are Contractors, System Integrators, Oil Companies and OEMs.
BARTEC TECHNOR focuses on developing innovative and technologically advanced
solutions to the challenges our customers are facing by combining expertise in electronic
engineering with over 25 years’ experience at the forefront of Hazardous Area protection
concepts.
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Table of Contents
Ex-Regulations
4
Engineering and Customer
Based Product Solutions
18
Pressurized Systems and Cabinets
21
Terminal Boxes
23
Flameproof Enclosures
27
Pressurized Systems and Cabinets
35
Audible and Visual Signals
37
Lighting
45
Plugs and Sockets
51
Gas Detection
57
Reservations of failure and changes in the catalogue.
Doc.no.: 122-DIV-5, Rev. D (printed edition)
Editing completed February 2011.
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Ex Regulations
Explosive Atmosphere regulation
Explosion Protection
An explosive atmosphere is built up by a mixture of ammable gases, vapours, mists or dust with atmosphere air.
If the mixture (ammable substances/air) has the right ratio it can be ignited by a ignition source and create an explosion.
Factors for creating an explosion:
ial
ter
Ma
Ign
itio
n
1. Air (or in fact oxygen in the air)
2. Flammable material (substance)
3. Ignition source
Air
There are two main principles to avoid an explosion; primary and secondary precautions.
When an ignition source is present primary explosion protection can be achieved by:
- Using natural or forced ventilation to limit the explosive concentration
- Avoiding ammable materials (substance)
- Using inert gas in the atmosphere (e.g. Nitrogen)
If still an explosive atmosphere can be created in a area, Ignition Control is the alone way of avoiding explosion.
Type of Ignition Sources
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Hot surfaces
Flames and hot gases
Mechanically produced sparks
Electrical equipment
Transient currents
Static electricity
Lightning strikes
Electromagnetic waves
Optical radiation
Ultrasound
Chemical reactions
People (indirectly)
The techniques of equipment protection for use in explosive atmospheres are just a matter of controlling
(eliminating) possible ignition sources (secondary explosion protection)
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Explosive Atmosphere regulation
Where do we nd explosive atmospheres?
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Metal surface grinding, especially aluminium dust and particles
Oil reneries, rigs and processing plants
Gas pipelines and distribution centres
Printing industries, paper and textiles
Aircraft refuelling and hangars
Chemical processing plants
Grain handling and storage
Sewage treatment plants
Surface coating industries
Underground coalmines
Woodworking areas
Sugar reneries
Vessels/ships
Power plants
Where a potential explosive atmosphere can occur, certain safety levels need to be taken into account regarding the
possible danger of an explosion in this area. The areas therefore need to be divided into zones according to presence of
the ammable substances.
Zone 0
Zone 1
Zone 2
A place in which an explosive atmosphere
consisting of a mixture with air of ammable
A place in which an explosive atmosphere
consisting of a mixture with air or ammable
A place in which an explosive atmosphere
consisting of a mixture with air of ammable
substances in the form of gas, vapour or mist
is present continuosly or for long periods or
frequently.
substances in the form of gas, vapour or mist is
likely to occur in normal operation occasionally.
substances in the form of gas, vapour or mist
is not likely to occur in normal operation, but - if
it does occur - will persist for a short period
only.
Explosive atmosphere for more than 1000 h/yr.
Explosive atmosphere for more than 10, but
Explosive atmosphere for less than 10 h/yr
less than 1000 h/yr.
Zone 20
Zone 21
Zone 22
A place in which an explosive atmospere in
A place in which an explosive atmosphere in
A place in which an explosive atmosphere in
the form of cloud of combustible dust in air
is present continously, or for long periods or
frequently.
the form of a cloud of combustible dust in air is
likely to occur in normal operation occasionally.
the form of a cloud of combustible dust in air is
not likely to occur in normal operation, but - if it
does occur - will persist for a short period only.
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Explosive Atmosphere regulation
Examples of the criteria for the mixture of ammable substances (gas)
towards air in such a way that an explosion can occur are:
100 Vol%
Concentration of Air
Mixture too lean
0 Vol%
Explosion range
Mixture too rich
Explosion
lower
limit
higher
100% LEL
UEL
Concentration of ammable substances
0%
0 Vol%
Typical concentration of gases/vapours in the air where an explosion can appear (% vol. of gas in air):
LEL
Methane
Propane
Butane
4.4%
1.7%
1.4%
Explosion
UEL
(IEC 60079-20-1)
16.5%
10.6%
9.3%
1. LEL (Lower Explosive Limit)
2. UEL (Upper Explosive Limit)
3. Optimum mixture
4. MIE: Minimum Ignition Energy
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100 Vol%
Ex Regulations
Atex Directive
Atex directive
- Product Directive 1994/9/EC
- User Directive 1999/92/EC
Equipment Directive 1994/9/EC
This directive has been mandatory in Europe from 01.07.2003, and covers the regulations concerning equipment and
protective systems for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. This directive has four chapters which are subdivided
into 16 articles. In each chapter it is made reference to the Annex I to XI, which include 7 modules.
For full info visit http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/atex/internationaldevelopment.htm
Content of directive 94/9/EC
Main part
Chapter
Article
Heading
I
1-7
Scope of application, placed in service and free movement of goods
II
8–9
Conformity assessment procedures
III
10 – 11
CE marking of conformity
IV
12 – 16
Concluding provisions
Annexes
I
Criteria determining the classication decision of equipment groups in categories
II
Essential safety and health requirements for the design and construction of
equipment and protective systems for use in potentially explosive atmospheres
III
Module: EC-type examination
IV
Module: Production Quality assurance
V
Module: Product verication
VI
Module: Conformity to type
VII
Module: Product Quality assurance
VIII
Module: Internal control of production
IX
Module: Unit verication
X
CE marking and contents of the EC declaration of conformity
XI
Minimum criteria to be taken into account by member states for the notication of bodies
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Atex Directive
The directive 1994/9/EC is dividing the equipment into groups and categories.
- Equipment Group I applies for mining.
This group is subdivided into categories M1 & M2.
- Equipment Group II applies for all others (surface) areas.
This group is subdivided into categories 1, 2 and 3.
Note:
Equipment group III applies to dust atmospheres according to EN/IEC 60079-0
Group
Mining Industries
Group
Regular industries (gas + dust hazardous areas)
Category M1
Category M2
Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Very high level of protection
(safe with 2 faults)
High level of protection
(safe with 1fault)
Very high level of
protection
(safe with 2 faults)
High level of protection
(safe with 1 fault)
Normal level of protection
(safe during normal
operation)
II 1 G (Gas)
II 1 D (Dust)
II 2 G (Gas)
II 2 D (Dust)
II 3 G (Gas)
II 3 D (Dust)
Equipment
to conform with the Atex Directive 94/9/EC
Must remain functional under specic De-energized under
explosive atmosphere concentration
specic explosive
atmosphere concentration
Marking
I M1
I M2
Electrical Equipment
Area
Zone
Equipment
Category
2
3
1
2
0
1
How to comply
The manufacturer must evaluate the equipment according
to valid standard/Directives, and create a technical
le and subsequently issuing an EC D.O.C
(Declaration of Conformity)
EC-type examination certicate from NB
(Notied Body, DNV, Nemko, INERIS e.g.)
EC-type examination certicate from NB
(Notied Body, DNV, Nemko, INERIS e.g.)
Production requirements
The manufacturer needs to ensure a production
quality
The manufacturer needs to have a production
quality system and obtain a Production Quality
Assurance Notication from NB (Notied Body)
Non-electrical equipment
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Area
Zone
Equipment
Category
2
3
1
2
0
1
How to be in compliance with the Atex Directive
To be veried by the manufacturer and issue a Technical File
Manufacturer to issue EC D.O.C.
To be veried by manufacturer and submit technical le to NB (Nemko, DNV, INERIS e.g.)
Manufacturer to issue EC D.O.C.
To be certied by NB, EC-type examination certicate from NB (Notied Body, DNV, Nemko, INERIS e.g.)
Manufacturer to issue EC D.O.C.
Ex Regulations
Atex Directive
Marking
Conrmation that the equipment full
all valid EU directives
0470 Ref. no. for NB (production licence)
European conformity certicate
CE
II
2
G
D
Atex Marking
Equipment group
Category
For use in gas atmosphere
For use in dust atmosphere
IECEx Marking
Note:
The equipment also needs to be marked with the conventional protection mode (Ex…)
according to EN/IEC 60079-0 (EN/IEC 61241-0 or 60079-31 for dust atmospheres)
Operating instruction/user manual;
The operating instructions of the manufacturer must clearly dene the intended use of the equipment by the
operator. The minimum requirements for the operating instruction are amongst others:
- Information about safety aspects
- Installation
- Putting into service
- Use
- Assembling and dismantling
- Maintenance (servicing and emergency repair)
- Adjustment
Manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformity (EC D.O.C.)
Equipment and protective systems can be placed on the market, only if marked with the CE mark and complete with
operating instructions and the manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformity. The CE conformity marking and the issued
Declaration of Conformity conrm that the equipment complies with all requirements and assessment procedures
specied in the EC Directives.
Note:
According to Directive 94/9/EC the mandatory evidence of complying with this is given in the EC D.O.C. including the
operating instructions.
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Ex Regulations
Atex Directive
User Directive 1999/92/EC
This directive gives the minimum requirement for improving the safety and health protection of workers potentially at risk
from explosive atmospheres.
The main issues to be addressed;
- Assessment of explosion risk
- Zone classication
- Explosion protection documents
(including requirements for personnel to do engineering, equipment selection, installation, maintenance, repair
etc.)
Structure of Directive 1999/92/EC
Ruling part
Section
Article
I
II
III
1-2
3-9
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10-15
Heading
General provisions
Obligations of the employer
Prevention of and protection against explosions
Assessment of the explosion risks
General obligations
Duty of coordination
Places where explosive atmosphere may occur
Explosion protection document
Special requirements for work equipment and workplaces
Other requirements
Annexes
I
Classication of places where explosive atmospheres may occur
1. Places where explosive atmospheres may occur
II
A
2. Classication of hazardous places
Minimum requirements for the improvement of the safety and health protection of employees who could be endangered by
explosive atmospheres
1. Organizational measures
B
III
2. Explosion protection measures
Criteria for the selection of equipment and protective systems
Warning signs for marking areas in which explosive atmospheres can occur
For further information (Directive 1999/92/EC and user guide) please visit;
http://ec.europa.eu/employment_social/health_safety/legislation_en.htm
Marking of Hazardous places
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Ex Regulations
Ignition Sources
Classication of Ignition Sources for gas and vapour
Hot Surfaces
Ignition Temperature
Sparks
Ignition Energy
Temperature Class
T1 ... T6
Gas Group
A .... C
Temperature Class
Temperature Class
Maximum Surface Temperature
(at max. ambient temperature)
T1
450 °C
T2
300°C
T3
200°C
T4
135°C
T5
100°C
T6
85°C
Energy Classication
Minimum Ignition
Energy
< 20 Joules
European Groups
C
< 20 Joules
USA/Canada Groups
A
Gas / Vapour
Acetylene, Carbon disulphide
B
Hydrogen
< 60 Joules
B
C
Ethyl ether, Ethylene
< 180 Joules
A
D
Acetone, Butane, Ethanol, Gasoline, Hexane, Methanol,
Methane, Naphtha, Propane
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Ex Regulations
Ignition Sources
Standards valid for
Electrical Apparatus for Explosive Gas Atmospheres
EN (old)
EN (current)
General requirements
EN 50 014
EN 60079-0
Flameproof enclosures “d”
EN 50 018
EN 60079-1
Pressurized enclosures “p“
EN 50 016
EN 60079-2
Powder lling “q“
EN 50 017
EN 60079-5
Oil immersion “o”
EN 50 015
EN 60079-6
Increased safety “e”
EN 50 019
EN 60079-7
Intrinsic safety “i”
EN 50 020
EN 60079-11
Type of protection “n”
EN 50 021
EN 60079-15
Encapsulation “m”
EN 50 028
EN 60079-18
EN 50 284
EN 60079-26
Intrinsically safe systems
EN 60079-25
Electrical equipment for Zone 0
Intrinsically safe eld bus systems
EN 60079-27
Optical radiation “op”
EN 60079-28
Standards valid for electrical apparatus for Explosive dust atmosphere
Standard EN (IEC)
Protection name
61241-0
Protection method
General requirement for Dust equipment
61241-1/60079-31
tD
Protected by enclosures
61241-2
pD
Protected by pressurization
61241-11
iD
Protected by intrinsic safety
61241-18
mD
Protected by encapsulation
Standards valid for non-electrical equipment
Protection type
EN 13463-
Marking letter
Basic method and requirements
EN13463-1*
Flow restricting enclosure
EN13463-2
fr
Flameproof enclosure
EN13463-3
d
Constructional safety
EN13463-5
c
Control of ignition sources
EN13463-6
b
Protected by liquid immersion
EN13463-8
k
* Will be replaced by ISO/EN 80079-36
Internal combustion engine motors
EN 1834-1
Gas, group II
EN 1834-2
Mines, group I
EN 1834-3
Dust, group II
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Ex Regulations
Protection Methods
Marking
Flameproof enclosures (IEC/EN 60079-1)
The enclosures are constructed so that internal explosions
can not be transmitted to the external atmosphere
Ex d
Increased safety (IEC/EN 60079-7)
Prevention of ignition sources by fail safe design
(only simple electric components)
Ex e
Intrinsic safety (IEC/EN 60079-11)
Limitation of the energy stored in the electrical circuits category “ia”
and “ib”, “simple” apparatus, “associated” apparatus, safety barriers
Installation: Safety values (Uo, Io, Po, Lo, Co) and clearances
Ex ia/ib/ic
Type n (IEC/EN 60079-15 : Zone 2)
No ignition source in normal operation (no sparks, no hot surfaces)
Ex nA, Non-sparking
Ex nC, Protected sparking
Ex nR, Restricted breathing
Ex nL, Energy limited
Oil immersion (IEC/EN 60079-6)
Electrical parts are submerged in oil
Ex o
Pressurized apparatus (IEC/EN 60079-2)
Electrical parts are purged and pressurized with a protective gas
(air or inert gas)
Installation: Purge and pressure control/shut down device
Ex px, Gb (to safe area)
Ex py, Gb (to Gc)
Ex pz, Gc (to safe area)
Powder lling (IEC/EN 60079-5)
Electrical parts are submerged in a quartz powder
Ex q
Encapsulation (IEC/EN 60079-18)
Electrical parts are encapsulated in a specic resin.
Ex ma/mb
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Ex Regulations
Equipment Protection Level
EPL (Equipment Protection Level) according to IEC/EN 60079-0 standard
Denition:
The level of protection assigned to equipment based on its likelihood of becoming a source of ignition and distinguishing
the differences between explosive gas atmospheres, explosive dust atmospheres, and the explosive atmosphere in mines
susceptible to redamp.
Link between Zones, Atex categories and EPL:
Area towards Equipment
EN 60079-0
EPL
Group
Ma
Directive 94-9-EC
Product directive (Atex 100)
Level of
Equipment
Equipment
protection
group
category
Very high
I
EN60079-10X
Zones
M1
N/A
I
Directive 99/92/EC
User directive (Atex 137)
Hazardous quantities
Extent of protective
measure (Risk)
Without specic methane
concentration
Safe with 2 faults, rare
and foreseen
With specic methane
concentration
Safe with 1 fault,
foreseen
Mb
High
M2
Ga
Very high
1G
0
Often/longer periods
Safe with 2 faults, rare
and foreseen
High
2G
1
Occasionally
Safe with 1 fault,
foreseen
3G
2
Rear/most likely never
Normal
Very high
1D
20
Often/longer periods
Safe with 2 faults, rare
and foreseen
High
2D
21
Occasionally
Safe with 1 fault,
foreseen
Enhanced
3D
22
Rear/most likely never
Normal
Gb
II
Gc
Enhanced
II
Da
Db
Dc
III
Why EPL (Atex categories);
Historically it has been acceptable to install equipment into specic zones based on the type of protection.
In some cases it has been shown that the type of protection may been divided into different levels of protection that can
be correlated against each Zone. A better risk assessment would consider all factors. When using a risk assessment approach instead of the inexible approach of the past linking equipment to Zones the inherent ignition risk of the equipment
is clearly indicated, no matter what type of protection is used.
An example using a risk assessment approach:
Plant operators often make intuitive decisions on extending (or restricting) their Zones in order to compensate for this
inexibility. A typical example is the installation of “Zone 1 Type” navigation equipment in Zone 2 areas of offshore oil
production platforms, so that the navigation equipment can remain functional even in the presence of a totally unexpected
and prolonged gas release. On the other hand, it is reasonable for the owner of a remote, well secured, small pumping
station to drive the pump with a “Zone 2 Type” motor, even in Zone 1, if the total amount of gas available to explode is
small and the risk to life and property from such as explosion can be discounted.
The situation became more complex with the publication of the rst edition of IEC 60079-26 which introduced additional
requirements to be applied for equipment intended to be used in Zone 0. Prior to this, Ex ia was considered to be the only
technique acceptable in Zone 0.
It has been recognized that it is benecial to identify and mark all products according to their inherent ignition risk. This
makes equipment selection easier and a risk assessment approach, more appropriate.
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Ex Regulations
Marking for Ex equipment
New marking for Ex equipment
ATEX
OLD Gas Atmosphere
New IEC 60079-0:2007/EN 60079-0:2009
II 2 G
Ex/Ex d IIB T6
Ex d IIB T6 Gb or Ex db IIB T6*
II 2(1) G
Ex/Ex d [ia IIC] IIB T6
Ex d [ia IIC Ga] IIB T6 Gb or Ex db [ia IIC] IIB T6*
II 2 G
Ex/Ex ia IIC T4
Ex ia IIC T4 Gb or Ex ib IIC T4*
II 2 G
Ex/Ex e II T4
Ex e IIC T4 Gb or Ex eb IIC T4*
ATEX
OLD Dust Atmosphere
New IEC 60079-0:2007/EN 60079-0:2009
II 2 D
Ex tD A21 IP65 T120°C
Ex t IIIC T120°C Db or Ex tb IIIC T120°C*
II 2(1) D
Ex tD [iaD] A21 IP65 T120°C
Ex t [ia Da] IIIC T120°C Db or Ex tb [ia] IIIC T120°C*
II 1 D
Ex isD A20 IP65 T120°C
Ex ia IIIC T120°C Ga or Ex ia IIIC T120°C*
*IEC alternate marking
EPL
Ga
Gb
Gc
EPL
Da
Db
ameproof enclosure
db
protected by enclosure
ta
tb
increased safety
eb
intrinsic safety
ia
ib
encapsulation
ma
mb
intrinsic safety
ia
ib
encapsulation
ma
mb
ic
pressurization
non-sparking
nAc
protected sparking
nCc
restricted sparking
nRc
energy limited
nLc
oil immersion
ob
pressurization
pxb
pyb
powder lling
qb
pb
Dc
tc
pc
pzc
The Ex marking for explosive gas atmospheres and
explosive dust atmospheres shall be separate and not combined:
II 1 G - Ex ia IIB T4
II 1 D - Ex ia IIIC T120°C
or alternatively:
II 1 GD
Ex ia IIB T4 Ga
Ex ia IIIC T120°C Da
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EX Regulations
IP Rating
IP Degree of Protection according to EN/IEC 60529
First gure
0
No protection
Second gure
0
No protection
1
Protected against a solid object 50 mm or greater
1
Protected against vertically dripping water
2
Protected against a solid object 12 mm or greater
2
Protected against vertically dripping water, when tilted 15 degrees
3
Protected against a solid object 2,5 mm or greater
3
Protected against water spraying at an angle up to 60 degree
4
Protected against a solid object 1 mm or greater
4
Protected against water splashing from any direction
5
Dust protected
5
Protected against jets of water from any directions
6
Dust tight
6
Protected against powerful jets of water from any directions
7
Protected against immersion between a depth of 150 mm and 1000
mm
8
Protected against submersion
Example IP66
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EX Regulations
IP Rating
NEMA Enclosure type
IP - rst character
A
1
3, 3X, 3S,
3SX
2
3R, 3RX
4, 4X
IP - second character
5
6
12, 12K,
13
6P
B
IP0_
IP_0
IP1_
IP_1
IP2_
IP_2
IP3_
IP_3
IP4_
IP_4
IP5_
IP_5
IP6_
IP_6
IP_7
IP_8
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
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Engineering and Customer
based product/solution
Engineering and Customer based product development
Our engineers have a comprehensive level of experience in developing and
designing Ex equipment for most applications, and hold a high level of professional
competence in this eld. In accordance with our vision, we wish you as our customer
to receive the full benet of this competence through working with us to nd creative
and cost effective solutions to your particular needs, thus increasing safety and
protability for your business. This kind of cooperation also helps to ensure effective
implementation of new technology in our market sector. We call this Customer based
product development. Our competitive advantage is that we can quickly implement
a tailor made solution, from design straight to product certication, and deliver the
product in small or large production batches.
Solutions through technology!
From Idea to Solution:
• Concept study
• Engineering
• Prototyping
• Ex certication
• Documentation
• Production
• Delivery
BARTEC TECHNOR’s Engineering and Customer based activities
are divided into the following categories:
Standard panels/enclosures
Engineering and assembly of standard products
Special solutions
Mainly engineering and assembly of standard products but
with some parts which need to be engineered as tailor made
Tailor made solutions
These are products or solutions are engineered and designed especially
according to the customer’s requirements
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Engineering and Customer
based product/solution
Standard panels/enclosures
Engineering and building of a solution based on standard Ex components
(with or without incorporation of standard industrial components),
such as control panels, switch gears, motor starters etc.
Typical examples are:
•
•
•
•
Ex d panels
Ex e/ed panels
Ex p
Ex n (Zone 2 only)
Special solution
Modifying existing Ex components to be adapted to certain tailor requirements,
such as: CCTV applications, Remote I/O panels, HMI applications
(LCD display and PC solutions), pressurized systems, wireless measuring systems,
light equipment etc. Typical examples can include:
•
•
•
•
Ex d solutions
Ex e/ed solutions
Ex p
Ex n (for Zone 2)
Tailor made solutions (are mainly OEM products/solutions)
Creating and engineering of solution totally from the very beginning.
Typical applications are communication systems including wire, bre optical,
wireless transfer, CCTV solutions, measuring systems, different types of
switch/control gear, light equipment etc.
The range of OEM products are designed to meet the clients demands, and are
usually used within an industry where an explosive atmosphere may be present.
If you come up with a unique product idea which is going to be used in
hazardous area, we can use our long-standing competence and experience within
the Ex eld to ensure that you achieve your vision.
We can tailor make products using all Ex protection methods in close relationship with our clients and have them veried/certied for II 3 G/D (Zone 2/ 22),
II 2 G/D (Zone 1/ 21) , II 1 G/D (Zone 0/ 20) or a combination of these. For
certication we are using partners such as INERIS, DNV, Nemko, IMQ etc.
BARTEC TECHNOR can offer you more than 20 years of experience
with tailor made Ex products.
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Engineering and Customer
based product/solution
This is how we can carry out a project:
•
Analyse the needs and valid directives/regulations
•
Develop initial ideas for the project covering the following:
- Mechanical (including IP NEMA rating, extreme temperature range,
involved materials etc)
- Electrical
- Method of Ex protection
- Budget price
•
Create a model of the solution - 2D or 3D format
•
Generation of prototypes for validation, if necessary
•
Ex certication (certicate to be issued by Notied Bodies/Certication Bodies)
- Atex
- IECEx
- Gost
- Others (North America, South America etc.)
•
Creating product documentation including:
- Production documentation
- Production procedures
- CE verication
- Declaration of Conformity
- User manual
- Other relevant demands for equipment to be used in hazardous area
•
Our client can receive the product from our production facilities as a part
product or a fully functional product. These can be delivered as follows:
- The product labelled with BARTEC TECHNOR
- The product labelled under the name of the client (this solution requires a
production license in the name of the product owner)
•
The client will receive a product that meets the requirements for use in
hazardous area without requiring his own competence regarding
Ex or production setup for such products.
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Project Shedule
Pressurized Cabinets and Systems
Pressurized cabinets and systems (Ex p)
A typical project schedule for a pressurized system can be as follows:
Analysing the specic requirements from the client and clarifying these with the
client. This includes details such as environment conditions, material strength,
physical dimensions, electrical requirements, etc. An important task at this
stage is also to verify that all client’s requirements can be solved within the
actual Ex standards and directives.
Construction of the actual panel/cabinet according to the demands and
specications from the client.
Selecting the correct control systems according to the demands and
specications given by the client, such as required cooling, limitation in purge
time, how much air/ inert gas is available etc.
At this point, any shut-down requirements need to be addressed and taken into
consideration before the actual control system is selected.
When the client has approved the construction-plans, the actual panel/ cabinet
can be manufactured.
Then the physical assembly of the system can start in our specialised
manufacturing facility with skilled personnel, including the internal components
(including possible free issue items) which are to be protected by pressurisation
and the purge/Ex p control system.
Adjusting of control system parameters so that the pressurised control system
functions correctly according to all requirements.
Fullling all purge and temperature tests according to the mandatory standards
(EN/IEC 60079-0 and 60079-2).
Final functional test.
Creating the required documentation package, including all client requirements.
Write the user manual, as a minimum to meet the requirements in EN/IEC
60079-0 and 60079-2 and the Directive 94/9/EC (ATEX Directive).
Applying for the Certicate of Conformity.
Issuing the EC Declaration of Conformity (EC D.O.C.).
Handover (eventual FAT: Final Acceptance test) and delivery of the complete
system.
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22
Terminal Boxes
TNCN
Junction boxes, Ex e/i, Stainless steel 316L
24
23
Terminal Boxes
TNCN
The TNCN range of stainless steel 316L Ex e enclosures are designed
for use in any environment where an explosive atmosphere may be
present and are especially recommended for chemical agent environments, seawater corrosion resistance and extremes of low and high
temperature.
Specications
Material
Stainless steel 316L
IP Rating
IP66 (IP67 and IP68 upon request)
Ambient temperature -20ºC to +40ºC (T5)
Option:
-20ºC to +60ºC (T6/T4)
-50ºC to +60ºC
Approvals
- Atex
- IECEx
- CSA
- Brazilian
- GOST
Standards
Ex-Code
Cover gasket
Surface treatment
Material thickness
Earthing
Drain Plug
Gland Plate
DNV-2001-OSL-ATEX-0176
DNV-2008-OSL-ATEX-42438U
IECEx DNV 09.005U
IECEx DNV 09.004
CSA 2036776
09/UL-BRCN-0001
GOST Certicate
EN/IEC: 60079-0, 60079-7
EN:61241-0, 61241-1
Ex e II T6/T4 / Ex [ia] IIC T6
Ex tD A21 T85ºC - T110ºC
II 2 GD and EPL Gb/Db
Silicone (temp. -50ºC to +200ºC)
Acidized as standard
Electropolished as an option
Min. 1.5 mm (depending on the box size)
Internal earth bar/bracket
External earth bracket
Optional
Optional
Terminal box: maximum heat dissipation number of terminals
Maximum heat dissipation
Box type
Max. dissipated power at
Tamb=40°C
121009
6W
151510
15 W
202010
20 W
202015
20 W
302015
30 W
282815
30 W
383815
40 W
575715
90 W
The maximum dissipated power level for terminal box sizes
not listed in the above table is equal to the nearest smaller
size box.
TNCN
Range of stocked boxes
Fixing dimensions
Box type
24
X (mm)
Y (mm)
121009
151
151510
181
202010
230
160
202015
230
160
302015
230
260
282815
310
240
383815
410
340
575715
600
530
Type
121009**
151510**
202010
202015
302015
282815
383815
575715
A
B
C
Width (cm) Height (cm) Depth (cm)
12
10
9
15
15
10
20
20
10
20
20
15
30
20
15
28
28
15
38
38
15
57
57
15
Volume
(dm3)
1.08
2.25
4.00
6.00
9.00
11.76
21.66
48.74
Weight
(kg)
1.5
2.5
3.00
3.5
5.0
5.2
8.1
16.4
TNCN Measurement Table – range of stocked boxes.
Other sizes are available upon request. The boxes are delivered as standard with
left hinged covers held to the enclosure by screws.
Quick locks, screws only, or other systems can be delivered upon request.
** No hinges – screws only
Terminal Boxes
TNCN
A or B
Width/
Height
(cm)
15
20
30
38
40
45
57
76
C
Depth
(cm)
Entry Matrix
This table lists our recommendations for the maximum
quantity of glands for installation in 1 face (the width
column in the table) on TNCN Junction Boxes.
M20
M25
10
8
6
15
12
9
Note:
20
16
12
27
24
15
MCT-frames can be tted in boxes
with a minimum depth of 20 cm.
10
10
10
15
15
15
20
25
20
27
35
30
10
15
14
15
24
21
20
40
28
27
56
42
10
20
18
15
30
27
20
50
36
27
70
54
10
22
18
15
3
27
20
55
36
27
77
54
10
24
20
15
36
30
20
60
40
27
84
60
10
32
26
15
48
39
20
80
52
30
128
78
10
42
36
15
63
54
20
105
72
27
147
108
Dimensions
TNCN 121009/151509
TNCN 202010-575715
Box
202010
202015
302015
282815
383815
575715
Top/Bottom
Side (L+R)
A
148
148
248
228
328
518
C
148
148
148
228
328
518
B
36
81
81
81
81
81
D
81
81
81
81
81
81
25
26
Flameproof Enclosures
TNCD
Enclosure, Ex d/de, Stainless steel 316L
TNXCD
Cylindrical Enclosure, Ex d/de, Stainless steel 316L
DE8WH
Enclosure, Ex d/de, painted carbon steel
TNBCD
Enclosure, Ex d/de, Stainless steel 316L
DE8BC
Enclosure, Ex d/de, painted carbon steel or Stainless steel 316L
28
29
30
31
32
27
Flameproof Enclosures
TNCD
The TNCD range of enclosures are manufactured in SS316L and are
designed to meet the requirements for Ex d IIC equipment in harsh
environments on and offshore. Can be congured as Ex d direct entry or
as an Ex de combination for indirect entry.
Specications
Material
Stainless Steel 316L
IP Rating
IP66 (IP67 upon request)
Ambient temperature -20ºC to +40ºC (T6),
Option -40ºC to +60ºC
Approvals
- Atex
Standards
Ex-Code
Lid gasket
Surface treatment
Earthing between
Ex d and Ex e/i
enclosures
Cover
NEMKO 03ATEX263U
DNV-2003-OSL-ATEX-0135
EN/IEC: 60079-0, 60079-1
Ex d IIC/IIB T6 – T4
Ex de IIC/IIB T6 - T4
II 2 G/D or II 2(1/2)G/D
Viton
Shot blasted
Through the ange assembly
With or without hinges, depending on size
Measurement table for Ex d IIC Explosion proof enclosures
TNCD
B
C
D
Height Depth Total
(mm) (mm) depth
190
180
213
280
180
213
280
270
300
380
270
300
380
270
300
380
380
410
570
270
300
Weight
kg
16
22
37
49
60
72
88
Ø
Window
(mm)
65
65
65/100
65/100
65/100
65/100
65/100
Internal dimensions
a
b
c
Width Height Depth
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
170
170
131
170
260
131
260
260
217
260
360
217
360
360
217
360
360
327
360
550
215
TNCD
191918
192818
282827
283827
383827
383838
385727
A
Width
(mm)
190
190
280
280
380
380
380
575727
570
570
270
300
125
65/100/154
550
550
213
575738
570
570
380
410
144
65/100/154
550
550
325
Range of Ex e connection boxes (optional)
E
F
G
TNCC
Width
(mm)
Heigth
(mm)
Depth
(mm)
Kg
Weight
191918
190
190
180
3.0
281927
280
190
270
5.2
282827
280
280
270
6.6
381927
380
190
270
4.6
383827
380
380
270
10.5
571927
570
190
270
9.6
573827
570
380
270
13.4
575727
570
570
270
19.7
28
Dimensions
Viewing window TNCD
Viewing windows are available in the
following diameters: 65mm, 100mm and
154mm. The window is placed in the
centre of the lid. Windows (Ø65) can also
be placed on the sides or back wall.
Flameproof Enclosures
TNXCD
The TNXCD range of Ex d / de IIC enclosures are manufactured in
SS316L and are designed as slim, compact, multipurpose enclosures.
Typical applications CCTV camera housing.
Specications
Material
IP Rating
Ambient temperature
Stainless steel 316L
IP66 (IP67 and IP68 upon request)
-20ºC to +40ºC
Option: -50ºC to +60ºC
Approvals
- Atex, Empty enclosure
- Atex, Complete enclosure
DNV-2003-OSL-ATEX-0436-U
DNV-2004-OSL-ATEX-0115
EN/IEC: 60079-0, 60079-1, 60079-7
Ex d IIC/Ex de IIC,
II 2 G
Standards
Ex-Code empty enclosure
Earthing between Ex d
and Ex e enclosure
Entries
Through the ange assembly
Ex e glands and Ex d bushings,
or Ex d glands only
M25
According to specication
Max M42,
number and core size acc. to spec.
Gland Size Ex e
Gland Size Ex d
Bushing Ex d
TNXCD Ex d
A
B
C
D
E
F
Total length
(mm)
Tube length
(mm)
Diameter
(mm)
Internal dia.
(mm)
Internal
length
Junction
box
Weight (kg)
Window/Dome
(mm)
XCD1003200
217.2
193
101
95
155
N/A
3.3
68
XCD1003360
384.2
360
101
95
315
N/A
4.1
68
XCD1303100
119.5
100
132
126
55
N/A
4.0
95
XCD1303200
219.5
200
132
126
155
N/A
5.3
95
TNXCD
Ø
XCD1303360
379.5
360
132
126
315
N/A
7.0
95
XCD1953290
305.5
290
195
187
238
N/A
13.0
155
Weight (kg)
Window/Dome
(mm)
TNXCD Ex de
TNXCD
A
B
C
D
E
F
Total length
(mm)
Tube length
(mm)
Diameter
(mm)
Internal dia.
(mm)
Internal
length
Junction
box
Ø
XCD1002200
247.7
193
100
95
155
39
3.9
68
XCD1002360
414.7
360
100
95
315
39
4.8
68
XCD1301100
161
100
130
126
55
45
5.6
95
XCD1301200
261
200
130
126
155
45
6.9
95
XCD1301360
421
360
130
126
315
45
8.6
95
XCD1951290
389
290
195
187
238
59
17.1
155
Available with window, Dome or SS316 top
Dimensions
29
Flameproof Enclosures
DE8WH
The DE8WH range of Ex d IIC enclosures range comprises many standard
sizes of enclosures manufactured in painted carbon steel. Can be
congured as Ex d direct entry or as an Ex de combination for indirect
entry. If required, several enclosures can be assembled on a frame with
separate or common Ex e/i junction boxes. The enclosures can be
delivered empty with U component certicate or supplied fully assembled
according to client demands.
Specications
Material
Carbon steel
IP Rating
IP65
Ambient temperature –20°C to +40°C
Option: -20°C to +50°C
-20°C to +60°C
Approvals
- Atex
Standards
Ex-Code
Surface treatment
Drain plug
INERIS 03ATEX0121X
EN/IEC: 60079-0, 60079-1, 60079-7, 60079-11, 60079-31
EN: 61241-0, 61241-1
Ex d IIC or de IIB T6 to T4 IP6X - T85°C to T135°C
ATEX II 2 GD or 2 (1) GD
Ex d [ia] or d [ia] ia or de [ia] or
de [ia] ia IIB T6 IP6X T85°C
RAL 7032 Painting - Special painting on request.
Upon request
Measurement table for Ex d IIC Explosion proof enclosure
Reference
DE8WH
Height
B
DE8WH107
670
1040
550
360
317
DE8WH64
670
670
550
300
257
Depth
H
Fixing
points
A1 x B1
Diameter
of xing
holes
Base plate
useful surface
IxJ
Max.
dissipation
W
Weights
Empty
kg
720x800
Ø 14
646x1016
600
260
720x552
Ø 14
646x646
330
200
DE8WH43
520
520
400
300
257
570x400
Ø 14
496x496
270
125
DE8WH32
330
330
250
300
257
380x210
Ø 14
306x306
165
65
DE8WH261
260
260
245
135
85
116x305
Ø9
Ø 190
90
9
DE8WH26
260
260
230
135
175
116x305
Ø9
Ø 190
90
12
Dimensions
30
Door
Ø
Useful
Depth
P
Width
A
Flameproof Enclosures
TNBCD
The TNBCD range of enclosures are manufactured in SS316L and are
designed to meet the requirements for Ex d IIB equipment in harsh
environments on and offshore. Can be congured as Ex d direct entry or
as an Ex de combination for indirect entry.
Specications
Material
IP Rating
Ambient temperature
Stainless Steel 316L
IP66 (IP67 and IP68 upon request)
–20ºC to +50ºC (T6)
Option -50ºC to +60ºC
Approvals
- Atex
Standards
Ex-Code
Lid gasket
Surface treatment
Earthing between
Ex d and Ex e/i
enclosures
Cover
NEMKO 03ATEX264U
DNV-2003-OSL-ATEX-0136
IEC/EN: 60079-0, 60079-1
Ex d IIC/IIB T6 – T4
II 2 G/D or II 2(1/2)G/D
Viton
Shot blasted
Through the ange assembly
With or without hinges, depending on size
Range of for Ex d IIB Explosion proof enclosures
TNBCD
A
Width
B
Height
TNBCD
(xing) (mm)
262531
230
Internal dimensions
(xing) (mm)
C
Depth
(mm)
Weight
Kg
Ø
Window
(mm)
#
Window
(mm)
a
Wide
(mm)
b
Height
(mm)
c
Depth
(mm)
290
315
48
65/100
120x80
226
216
265
323321
360
300
215
57
65/100
120x80
286
296
165
453535
420
390
355
95
65/100/154
120x80
416
316
305
573835
545
420
355
122
65/100/154
120x80
541
346
305
Measurement table for Ex e connection boxes (optional)
TNCC
E
F
G
Weight
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(kg)
202025
200
200
255
3.8
252015
250
200
155
4.1
383821
380
380
255
9.2
453825
450
380
255
11.0
Dimensions
31
Flameproof Enclosures
DE8BC
The DE8BC range of Ex d IIB enclosures range comprises many
standard sizes of enclosures manufactured in painted carbon steel or
SS316L. Can be congured as Ex d direct entry or as an
Ex de combination for indirect entry. If required, several enclosures can
be assembled on a frame with separate or common Ex e/i
junction boxes. The enclosures can be delivered empty with U
component certicate or supplied fully assembled according to client
demands.
Specications
Material
Carbon steel or stainless steel 316L
IP Rating
IP65 as standard
Ambient temperature –20°C to +40°C
Option: +50°C, +60°C
Approvals
- Atex
Standards
Ex-Code
Surface treatment
Drain plug
INERIS 03ATEX0005X
INERIS 09ATEX9017U
EN/IEC: 60079-0, 60079-1, 60079-7, 60079-11,
60079-31
EN: 61241-0, 61241-1
Ex d IIB or de IIB T6 to T4 IP6X +40°C T85°C
to T135°C
ATEX II 2 GD or 2 (1) GD
Ex d [ia] or d [ia] ia or de [ia]
or de [ia] ia IIB T6 IP6X T85°C
SS316L are shot blasted
Carbon steel are painted RAL 7032
Upon request
Measurement table for DE8BC, Ex d IIB Explosion proof enclosure
Reference
DE8BC
Width
A
Height
B
Depth
C
Useful
Depth
C1
Fixing
points
H1 x L1
Diameter
of xing
holes
Base plate
useful surface
HxL
Max.
dissipation
W
Weights
empty
kg
DE8BC32
DE8BC351
DE8BC43
DE8BC44
DE8BC54
DE8BC64
DE8BC75
DE8BC86
DE8BC107
DE8BC108
DE8BC148
334
354
434
544
544
544
664
764
864
864
940
434
474
534
544
644
744
864
964
1164
1164
1590
240
240
290
295
305
310
320
365
380
425
510
166
166
226
226
226
226
231
271
251
300
425
234x326
274x346
334x426
334x526
414x526
514x526
614x630
714x734
908x868
908x868
1200x900
Ø 12
Ø 12
Ø 12
Ø 12
Ø 20
Ø 20
Ø 20
Ø 20
Ø 20
Ø 20
Ø 20
300x200
350x225
400x300
400x400
500x400
600x400
700x500
800x600
1000x700
1000x700
1450x800
260
200
300
380
410
470
590
600
800
800
1500
51
61
86
113
139
154
260
370
530
580
1100
Windows for DE8BC
References
Dimensions
REG 100 x 50*
100 x 50
REG 100 x 100*
100 x 100
REG 200 x 45*
200 x 45
REG 235 x 75*
235 x 75
REG D45
ø 45
REG D60
ø 60
REG D150
ø 150
*Horizontal arrangement as standard
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Dimensions
Flameproof Enclosures
DE8BC
Dimensions for DE8BC, Ex d enclosures with enclosed Ex e box
Type
Type Ex e box
TNCN/TNCC*
D
H
I
J
No. of M42x1,5
holes
DE8BC32
TNCC252515
701
250
250
158
4
DE8BC351
TNCC252515
744
250
250
158
4
DE8BC43
TNCC303020
854
300
300
208
8
DE8BC44
TNCC453820
939
450
380
208
12
DE8BC54
TNCC453820
1039
450
380
208
12
DE8BC64
TNCC453820
1139
450
380
208
12
DE8BC75
TNCC453820
1250
450
380
208
12
DE8BC86
TNCC575727
1539
570
570
274
24
DE8BC107
TNCC575727
1740
570
570
274
24
DE8BC108
TNCC575727
1742
570
570
274
24
DE8BC148
TNCC767635
2358
760
760
357
44
* Stainless steel 316L
33
34
Pressurized Systems
TNCNP Cabinets
Pressurized System, Ex p, Stainless steel 316L
37
35
36
Pressurized Systems
TNCNP Cabinets
The TNCNP range of Ex p pressurized systems are designed and purpose built according to each client’s requirements. The equipment allows
for use of standard (non-Ex) electrical components in zone 1 and 2.
BARTEC TECHNOR delivers a variety of turn-key solutions with enclosures made in Stainless steel 316L complete with purge control apparatus, testing and certication.
Specications
Material
IP Rating
Ambient temperature
Stainless steel 316L
IP66-67
-20ºC to +40ºC
Option: -50ºC to +60ºC
Approvals
- Atex, Complete enclosures DNV-2003-OSL-ATEX-0028
- Atex, Empty enclosures
DNV-2003-OSL-ATEX-0027U
Standards
EN/IEC: 60079-0, 60079-2
Ex-Code
Ex p II
II 2 G
Lid/Door gasket
Silicone (temp. to +200ºC)
Surface treatment
Acidized as standard
Electro polished as option
* Without Ex p control unit: IP66-67
With Ex p control unit tted: IP65
Dimensions
37
38
Audible and Visual Signals
TNFCD, TNFAD, TNFCDM
Flashing beacons, Ex d/de, Stainless steel 316L
TNDSP-25 Ex bell
Ex bell, Ex de, Antistatic Polyamide
40
43
39
Audible and Visual Signals
TNFCD/TNFAD/TNFCDM
The TNFCD range of ashing beacons are designed to withstand harsh
offshore environments. They are suitable for areas where an explosive
atmosphere may be present and the need for warning is required. TNFCD
ashing beacons are available as Ex de indirect entry, Ex d direct entry or
as Non-Ex. Special applications can be designed upon request.
Specications
Material
TNFCD/TNFCDM
TNFAD
IP Rating
Ambient temperature
Approvals
- Atex
Standards
Ex-Code
Surface treatment
Earthing
Cable entry TNFCD/TNFAD
Cable entry TNFCDM
Real humidity
Dome colours
Flash frequency
Flash energy
TNFCD/TNFAD
TNFCDM
Weight
TNFCD
TNFAD
TNFCDM
Stainless steel 316L
Seawater resistant aluminium
IP66 (IP67 upon request)
-50ºC to +60ºC
NEMKO 01ATEX430
EN/IEC: 60079-0, 60079-1, 60079-7
Ex d IIC T4 or Ex de IIC T4,
II 2 G/D
Shot blasted
Inside and outside
Standard M25
Standard M25,
M20 or ying lead upon request
100%
Red, yellow, Blue, Green, Orange, Clear
1 Hz
10 joule
5 joule
5.1 Kg
2.5 Kg
2.5 Kg
Electrical data TNFCD/TNFAD
Rated Voltage
220-254 VAC
110-120 VAC
Voltage Range
±10%
±10%
Rated current
110mA
220mA
24VA
24VA
50/60 Hz
50/60 Hz
Power consumption
Frequency
24-48VDC
±20%
24VDC: 670mA
48VDC: 330mA
16VA
Typical start current
>1A in max 1msec.
Triggering
Direct, Telephone, 24-48VDC, Fail safe
Fuse
1-2 A time-lag fuse is recommended
Siren card for acoustic warning
8W, 20W or 25W for Ex loudspeaker (8 ohm, 20 ohm or 100V line)
Electrical data TNFCDM
Rated Voltage
220-254VAC
110-127VAC
24VDC
48VDC
Voltage Range
190 – 272VAC
±20%
±20%
±20%
380mA
200mA
Power consumption
Triggering
Typical start current
40
100mA
Direct
1A in max 1msec
Audible and Visual Signals
TNFCD/TNFAD/TNFCDM
Dimensions
41
42
Audible and Visual Signals
TNDSP-25 Ex bell
The TNDSP Ex d electronic speaker is congured with traditional
mechanical bell sound. With no moving parts it is the ideal replacement
for standard mechanical Ex protected alarms or bells.
Specications
Material
IP Rating
Operating temperature
Approvals
- Atex
Standards
Ex-Code
Earthing
Entries
Connections
Power
Power consumption
Sound level
Rated current
Operating voltage
EMC protection
Upon request
Colour
Antistatic polyamide, bracket in SS316L
IP66
-20ºC to +40ºC
Nemko 03ATEX1357
EN/IEC: 60079-0, 60079-1, 60079-7
Ex de IIB + H2 T5
II 2 G
Internal M4
1xM20 + 1xM25 plugged
2.5mm² max
25W
19.6W (8W, 1kHz sine wave)
P112 dB
Max 2 Amp.
24VDC (19.2 – 28VDC)
EN50082-2 / EN50081-2
Other sound effects
Black
Sound Characteristics for TNDSP-25-Ex bell
Dimensions
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44
Lighting
TNXCX
Floodlight, Ex d/de, Stainless steel 316L
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TNCLS
49
Level Gauges, Ex em, Stainless steel 316L
45
Lighting
TNXCX
The TNXCX Ex d IIC low prole Xenon helideck oodlights are manufactured in stainless steel 316L and are developed to withstand harsh
offshore environments while providing safe, powerful illumination with no
glare (e.g. to pilots or crew). High quality internal electronics provide a
reliable and long-life light source to minimize maintenance.
Specications
Material
Stainless steel 316L
Aluminium available upon request
IP Rating
IP66, IP67 upon request
Ambient temperature -50ºC to +50ºC
Approvals
- Atex
Standards
Ex-code
Entries
Gland Size Ex e
Lamp
Operating voltage
Power consumption
Weight
Lens
X
¤
X
#
#
X
--
DNV-2004-OSL-ATEX-272728
EN/IEC: 60079-0, 60079-1, 60079-7
EN50281-1-1
CAP437
Ex d/Ex de IIC/IIB,
II 2 G / D, T4
Suitable for Zone 1 and 2
Ex e glands M25 or M20, or blanking plugs
M25 / M20 / Blanked
Xenon D25 / 35 Watt
220-230 VAC, 110-120 VAC, 254 VAC
at 50/60 Hz or 12 VDC, 24 VDC
50 Watt
Approx. 10 kg.
Glass
#
254 = 254VAC
230 = 220/240VAC
120 = 110/120VAC
24 = 24VDC
12 = 12VDC
E = Explosion Proof, I = Industrial
For XCX130:
1 = Ex de with TNCN and 2xØ25
2 = Ex de c/w EEx e bottom 5xØ25 entries
3 = Ex d with 1xM25 bottom entry
4 = Ex d with 1xM25 bottom entry and ying lead (5m)
Diameter 130 = 130 mm
X = Xenon light source
Material types: C = SS316L, A = Aluminium
TNX
Typical oodlight with connection box or ying lead:
XCX1301E-230
TNXCX130 Ex de oodlight SS316L
TNCN connection box and cable bushing
2 nos Ex e M25 entries
DxL = 130x423 mm., 230VAC
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XCX1304E-12
TNXCX130 Ex d oodlight SS316L
Flying lead cable (5m)
One Ex d M25 entry
DxL = 130x378mm., 12VDC
Lighting
TNXCX
Dimensions
Ex de
Ex d Flying Lead
Mounting bracket SS316L material
Canopy for extra protection against glaring (optional) SS316L Material
Ordering code: TPS14007
Ordering code: TPS14003
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48
Lighting
TNCLS
The TNCLS range of Ex em LED backlights are designed for use to
illuminate level gauges in all kinds of industry where an explosive
atmosphere may be present. TNCLS offers a long life, low maintenance
LED solution to enable the operator to accurately read the level through
the gauge glass.
Specications
Material
IP Rating
Temperature
Approvals
Stainless steel 316L
IP66
-20ºC to + 45ºC (T4)
- Atex
DNV-2002-OSL-ATEX-0195
Standards
Ex-Code
EN/IEC: 60079-0, 60079-7, 60079-18
Ex em II T4
II 2 G
Surface treatment
Earthing
Cable entry
Power
comsumption
Voltage
Frequency
Humidity
Terminals
Lumination colour
Acidized
M6 inside and outside
Max. 2xM25 in top and / or bottom, and/or sides
Approx. 3VA per module
220-240VAC or 254VAC
50-60 Hz
100%
Minimum 4x2.5 m²
Yellow
Size-qty.
modules
Total length
(A) mm
Light exposure
(B) mm
Weight
kg
Size-qty.
modules
Total length
(A) mm
Light exposure
(B) mm
Weight
kg
27-1
270
250
2.3
27-1
270
250
2.3
300
280
2.5
30-1
300
280
2.5
30-1
34-1
340
320
2.7
34-1
340
320
2.7
36-1
360
340
2.8
36-1
360
340
2.8
27-2
540
520
4.3
27-2
540
520
4.3
30-2
600
580
4.6
30-2
600
580
4.6
5.1
34-2
680
660
5.1
720
700
5.3
6.2
34-2
680
660
36-2
720
700
5.3
36-2
27-3
810
790
6.2
27-3
810
790
30-3
900
880
6.7
30-3
900
880
6.7
34-3
1020
1000
7.3
34-3
1020
1000
7.3
36-3
1080
1060
7.5
36-3
1080
1060
7.5
8.5
30-4
1200
1180
8.5
30-4
1200
1180
Several units can be assembles to one column
Dimensions
Type key: TNCLS L-X
L = Module lendth
X = No. of modules
Total length: A = L*X
Other sizes upon request
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50
Plugs and Sockets
Flameproof Connector
Starline Explosion Proof Connector, Ex d/de, Hard anodic coating
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Plugs and Sockets
Starline Flameproof Connector
BARTEC TECHNOR is an approved distributor and stockist of the
Amphenol Starline & Starline Ex range of heavy duty connectors for
power, signal and hybrid applications.
Typical applications include:
• Petro-chemical plants.
• Off-shore oil drilling.
• Automotive paint booths.
• Aircraft Refuelling Pits.
• Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Equipment
Specications
• Operating temperature from -20ºC to +40ºC
• IP68
• Hard anodic coating provides high dielectric strength and
superior heat/corrosion resistance.
• High amperage of 1135 Amps at 1000VAC or DC rating available
• Solder, crimp and pressure terminals available
Standards/Requirements
ATEX Certied for use in Zone 1 IIC hazardous areas
Certicate SIRA03ATEX1101X
II 2 GD
Ex d IIC T6
Ex de IIC T6
Coupling / mounting
Double lead Acme threads provide complete coupling in one turn of
the coupling nut, and do not clog under adverse weather
conditions. Large wiring space provided in cable housings and
conduit tting bodies.
Code Logic Starline Ex
“##” code for grommets
used w/type “2“ or “4“
hardware styles/“A“,
“B“ or “C” etc. for
Ex d gland sizes
Termination
Method
N for crimp contact/
R for pressure/Blank for solder
Cable Type Omit
if unarmored.
-BS or -BSR
Insert
conguration
Ex
13
Product
Series
Prex
3
C
332
P
N
-01
BS
Hardware
style
Connector Shell Size
(12, 16, 20, 24, 28,
C20, C24, C28)
13 for Male plug/
15 for Female Inline/
17 for Female panelmount
18 for Panel Mount Circular Flange
19 for Thru Bulkhead-Dual Mate Receptacle
Example:
20
Optional Alternate
Key Position
Contact Gender
P for Male pin/
S for Female Socket
EX-13-3-C-20-332PN
Male plug with Ex gland for a cable with 0.95”/24.1mm O.D.,
20ea #12/4.0mm male contacts
EX-15-4-1620-332SN
Female Inline with basketweave grip for a cable with 0.95”/24.1mm O.D.,
20ea #12/4.0mm female contacts
EX-17-1-20-332SN
Female Panelmount. 20ea #12/4.0mm female contacts
EX-13-3-C-16-22PR-BS
Male plug with Ex gland for an armored cable with
1.25”/31.75mm O.D. 4ea #4/25.0mm male contacts
EX-17-3-C-16-22SR-BS
Female Panelmount with cable adapter with
an Ex gland for armored cable to match above
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Plugs and Sockets
Starline Flameproof Connector
Plug with Mechanical Clamp
Dimension
Shell
12
16
20
24
28
A
EX - 13 - 2 Style
B
8-3/4 (222.3)
C
1-3/4 (44.5)
D
E
15/16 (23.8)
2-3/8 (60.3)
N/A
2-1/16 (52.4)
1-7/16 (36.5)
3 (76.2)
N/A
2-1/8 (54.0) 1-15/16 (49.2)
3-3/4 (95.3)
N/A
8-13/16 (223.8)
1-3/4 (44.5)
2 (50.8)
8-7/8 (225.4)
1-3/4 (44.5)
2-1/2 (63.5)
1-3/4 (44.5)
3 (76.2)
2-3/16 (55.6)
2-7/16 (61.9)
4-1/2 (114.3)
N/A
3 1/16 (77.8) 4 3/16 (106.4)
2 1/4 (57.2)
2-7/8 (73.0)
5-1/8 (130.2)
N/A
8-15/16 (227.0)
9 (228.6)
Dimension
Shell
12
16
20
24
28
EX - 13 - 3 Style
A
B
C
Gland Thread
6-1/16 (154)
3-9/16 (91)
2-1/8 (54)
M25
8-1/16 (205)
3-9/16 (91)
2-5/8 (67)
M40
8-1/16 (205)
3-9/16 (91)
3-1/8 (79)
M50
8-1/16 (205)
3-9/16 (91)
3-5/8 (92)
M63
8-1/16 (205)
3-9/16 (91)
4-1/8 (105)
M75
Plug with Kellems Grip
A
EX - 13 - 4 Style
B
C
D
E
F
G
7-3/8 (187.3) 1-3/4 (44.5) 1-1/2 (38.1)
1-1/4 (31.8)
15/16 (23.8)
1-1/2 (38.1)
8 (203.2)
7-3/8 (187.3) 1-3/4 (44.5)
1-1/4 (31.8)
1-7/16 (36.5)
2 (50.8)
10-1/2 (266.7)
7-3/8 (187.3) 1-3/4 (44.5) 2-1/2 (63.5)
1-1/4 (31.8) 1-15/16 (49.2)
2-1/2 (63.5)
14-1/2 (368.3)
7-3/8 (187.3) 1-3/4 (44.5)
3 (76.2)
1-1/4 (31.8)
2-7/16 (61.9)
3 (76.2)
17-1/2 (444.5)
7-3/8 (187.3) 1-3/4 (44.5) 3-1/2 (88.9)
1-1/4 (31.8)
2-7/8 (73.0)
3-1/2 (88.9)
19 (482.6)
2 (50.8)
In-line Receptacle with Mechanical Clamp
Dimension
Shell
12
16
20
24
28
G
2 (50.8)
Plug with Ex d Gland
Dimension
Shell
12
16
20
24
28
F
1-1/2 (38.1)
A
B
8-3/4 (222.3)
1-3/4 (44.5)
8-13/16 (223.8)
8-7/8 (225.4)
8-15/16 (227.0)
9 (228.6)
C
EX - 15 - 2 Style
D
E
1-3/4 (44.5)
2 (50.8)
2-1/16 (52.4)
1-7/16 (36.5)
3 (76.2)
N/A
1-3/4 (44.5)
2-1/2 (63.5)
2-1/8 (54.0)
1-15/16 (49.2)
3-3/4 (95.3)
N/A
1-3/4 (44.5)
3 (76.2)
2-3/16 (55.6)
2-7/16 (61.9)
4-1/2 (114.3)
N/A
1-3/4 (44.5)
3-1/2 (88.9)
2 1/4 (57.2)
2-7/8 (73.0)
5-1/8 (130.2)
N/A
A
15/16 (23.8)
2-3/8 (60.3)
G
2 (50.8)
In-line Receptacle with Ex d Gland
Dimension
Shell
12
16
20
24
28
F
1-1/2 (38.1)
N/A
EX - 15 - 3 Style
B
C
Gland Thread
5-5/8 (143)
1-7/16 (37)
1-1/2 (38)
M25
7-5/8 (194)
1-7/16 (37)
2 (51)
M40
7-5/8 (194)
1-7/16 (37)
2-1/2 (64)
M50
7-5/8 (194)
1-7/16 (37)
3 (76)
M63
7-5/8 (194)
1-7/16 (37)
3-1/2 (89)
M75
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54
Plugs and Sockets
Starline Flameproof Connector
In-line Receptacle with Kellems Grip
Dimension
Shell
12
16
20
24
28
A
EX - 15 - 4 Style
B
C
D
1-1/2 (38.1)
E
7-3/8 (187.3)
1-3/4 (44.5)
7-3/8 (187.3)
1-3/4 (44.5)
2 (50.8)
7-3/8 (187.3)
1-3/4 (44.5)
2-1/2 (63.5)
7-3/8 (187.3)
1-3/4 (44.5)
3 (76.2)
1-1/4 (31.8)
7-3/8 (187.3)
1-3/4 (44.5)
3-1/2 (88.9)
1-1/4 (31.8)
F
15/16 (23.8)
1-1/4 (31.8)
1-7/16 (36.5)
2 (50.8)
10-1/2 (266.7)
1-1/4 (31.8) 1-15/16 (49.2)
2-1/2 (63.5)
14-1/2 (368.3)
2-7/16 (61.9)
3 (76.2)
17-1/2 (444.5)
2-7/8 (73.0)
3-1/2 (88.9)
19 (482.6)
Panel Mount Receptacle (Potting Required)
Dimension
Shell
12
16
20
24
28
8 (203.2)
A
B
C
D
E
H
4-3/4 (120.7)
1-3/4 (44.5)
1-1/2 (38.1)
1.654 (42)
2-1/4 (57.2)
M40
4-3/4 (120.7)
1-3/4 (44.5)
2 (50.8)
2.047 (52)
2-5/8 (66.7)
M50
4-3/4 (120.7)
1-3/4 (44.5)
2-1/2 (63.5)
2.441 (62)
3 (76.2)
M63
4-3/4 (120.7)
1-3/4 (44.5)
3 (76.2)
2.835 (72)
3-1/2 (88.9)
M75
4-3/4 (120.7)
1-3/4 (44.5)
3-1/2 (88.9)
3.228 (82)
4 (101.6)
M90
A
B
EX - 17 - 2 Style
C
D
E
8-3/4 (222.3)
1-3/4 (44.5)
8-13/16 (223.8)
8-7/8 (225.4)
8-15/16 (227.0)
1-3/4 (44.5)
3 (76.2)
2-3/16 (55.6)
9 (228.6)
1-3/4 (44.5)
3-1/2 (88.9)
2 1/4 (57.2)
Dimension
Shell
12
16
20
24
28
2 (50.8)
15/16 (23.8)
1-3/4 (44.5)
2 (50.8)
2-1/16 (52.4)
1-7/16 (36.5)
3 (76.2)
1-3/4 (44.5)
2-1/2 (63.5)
2-1/8 (54.0) 1-15/16 (49.2)
3-3/4 (95.3)
A
2-7/16 (61.9)
B
C
1-7/16 (37)
1-1/2 (38)
7-7/8 (194)
1-7/16 (37)
2 (51)
M40
7-7/8 (194)
1-7/16 (37)
1-/12 (64)
M50
7-7/8 (194)
1-7/16 (37)
3 (76)
M63
7-7/8 (194)
1-7/16 (37)
3-1/2 (89)
M75
C
4-1/2 (114.3)
Gland Thread
5-5/8 (143)
B
2-3/8 (60.3)
EX - 17 - 3 Style
M25
Fixed In-line Receptable with Kellems Grip
A
F
1-1/2 (38.1)
Fixed In-line Receptacle with Ex d Gland
Dimension
Shell
12
16
20
24
28
1-1/2 (38.1)
EX - 17 - 1 Style
Fixed In-line Receptacle with Mechanical clamp
Dimension
Shell
12
16
20
24
28
G
1-1/4 (31.8)
EX - 17 - 4 Style
D
E
F
G
7-3/8 (187.3)
1-3/4 (44.5)
1-1/2 (38.1)
1-1/4 (31.8)
15/16 (23.8)
1-1/2 (38.1)
8 (203.2)
7-3/8 (187.3)
1-3/4 (44.5)
2 (50.8)
1-1/4 (31.8)
1-7/16 (36.5)
2 (50.8)
10-1/2 (266.7)
7-3/8 (187.3)
1-3/4 (44.5)
2-1/2 (63.5)
1-1/4 (31.8) 1-15/16 (49.2)
2-1/2 (63.5)
14-1/2 (368.3)
7-3/8 (187.3)
1-3/4 (44.5)
3 (76.2)
1-1/4 (31.8)
2-7/16 (61.9)
3 (76.2)
17-1/2 (444.5)
7-3/8 (187.3)
1-3/4 (44.5)
3-1/2 (88.9)
1-1/4 (31.8)
2-7/8 (73.0)
3-1/2 (88.9)
19 (482.6)
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Gas Detection
TN 2000-4
Mobile Gas Detection System, Ex de, Stainless steel 316L
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Gas Detection
TN 2000-4
The Mobile Gas Detection System is specially designed as a protection
and shutdown system for use in connection with hot work in Ex Zones 1
and 2 within on- and offshore installations.
The unit is designed to shut down the connected electrical equipment
and give acoustic and visual alarm when gas is detected.
Specications
Material sensor unit
Material trolley and
electrical equipment
Operating temperature
Approvals
Approved lifting lugs
Ex protection control unit
Ex protection sensor
Sensor cable
Dimension trolley
incl. equipment
Total weight (control unit)
Mobility (control unit)
PLC
Sensor
Rated voltage
Max. current
Frequency
Gas monitoring
Level shut down
Earth fault monitoring/
shut off
Stainless steel 316L
Stainless steel 316L
-20ºC to +40ºC
ATEX
2
Ex de IIC T5
II 2 G
Ex de IIC T6
II 2 G
Radox Tenuis-TW/S EMC
H x W 1275 x 500mm
105 kg
Wheeled, lifted
OMRON
Simtronics GD10,
Other sensors upon request
220 – 240 VAC
16A
50/60 Hz
0-100% LEL
10% LEL
30mA
Dimensions
Control unit
58
Shutdown unit (separate)
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