What is ATEX?
Potentially Explosive Atmosphere
The term ATEX refers to atmospheres that are potentially explosive due to the possible presence of dusts, vapours or gases that are likely to ignite or explode.
The ATEX Directive 2014/34/EC makes it mandatory for manufacturers to assess the explosion risk and classify the area accordingly.
The ATEX Directive 2014/34/EC forces manufacturers to gain certification of electrical and or mechanical products that can be used in a potentially explosive atmosphere.
Once an area is classified as potentially explosive, a risk analysis will normally dictate that only electrical and mechanical equipment that is suitably certified can be used.
TWIG Advantages for ATEX environments
Zone 1 Category II Gas intrinsically safe temperature class 4
TWIG Beacon tracking in explosive hazardous areas where GPS is not reliable and other methods do not provide needed accuracy.
TWIG Lone Worker Safety Devices for ATEX Environments
TWIG Product Offer - More Than a Device
Chargers, batteries, wearables, and car solutions - all compatible with TWIG personal alarms.
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