Circulaire®ATEX Fume Cupboard
The Circulaire® EX is an ATEX Zone 1/T4 Rated Fume Cupboard.
The Future of Fume Filtration
The ATEX unit incorporates the latest in containment technology to provide full compliance with COSHH regulation and BS7989:2001.
The main filters consist of HEPA for particulate removal or Activated Carbon that will be specifically matched to your application and are monitored with a hydrocarbon detection system to assist in the replacement of the filters.
Clean air is drawn through the form aperture by the fan at a speed of 0.50m/s, collecting any fumes that may be present before passing through the particulate pre-filter and carbon filter in the head section. The filtered air is then expelled back into the room.
Compliance with the ATEX Essential Health and Safety Requirements has been assured by compliance with EN13463-1:2009.
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Compliance with the ATEX Essential Health and Safety Requirements has been assured by compliance with: EN13463-1: 2009 – Please contact Monmouth for a full specification of this unit.
Ex = EC mark
II = Certification Group – Electrical equipment intended for use in places with an explosive gas atmosphere other than mines susceptible to firedamp
2 = Zone 1 – An area in which an explosive mixture is likely to occur in normal operation
IIB = Gas Group and Sub Group — II being surface above ground industries – B easily ignited gasses
G = Gas – Suitable for atmospheres containing gas
T4 = Max Temperature produced under fault conditions at an ambient temperature of 40˚C
IMPORTANT: Monmouth Scientific Limited are not qualified to offer advice concerning ATEX installations. If you require assistance you should contsult an ‘ATEX qualified’ professional.
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