Adaptors & Reducers
Reducers, adaptors, nipples, stopping plugs are available, triple certified Ex(d), Ex(e) and Ex tD in many combinations.More info
We can provide Hazardous Area cable glands for all armoured and non-armoured cable.
Certified Exd, Exe, ExtD, for use in Zone 1 and Zone 21 applications.
We provide conduit seal fittings and compound filling kits for conduit sizes ranging from 20mm to 63mm as well as BSP and NPT.More info
Hazardous area control panels, gas group IIB and IIB+Hydrogen Flameproof Exd enclosures are available in cast marine grade aluminium and can be supplied in cast iron or cast steel as special manufacture.More info
Control stations can be supplied in Exd cast aluminium, Exde stainless steel and Exde polyester with various combination of pushbuttons, switches and pilot lights.More info
Dust Ignition Proof Electrical Equipment
Commonly referred to as "DIP", under the new IEC/AS/NZS60079 Certification this is now referred to as "Ex tD".More info
We can supply Zone 1 flexible conduit and connectors in 20mm and 25mm outside diameter sizes.More info
Junction & Terminal Boxes
Flameproof Exd terminal boxes and junction boxes are available in cast marine grade aluminium.More info
We can supply Exd, Exe, Exn and ExtD lighting for Zones 1, 2, 21 and 22.
Many variations are available in Fluorescent and LED.
Exp Purged/Pressurized is an alternative when a panel or device is too large or complicated to house in an Exd enclosure.More info
We supply beacons, bells, strobes, emergency fluorescent and exit lighting for Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 21 and Zone 22 areas.More info
Socket Outlets & Plugs
Wall mounted socket outlets and plugtops are available in Ex(d) for Zone 1 and Zone 2 AreasMore info
Hazardous area switchboards enclosures are available in cast marine grade aluminium and can be supplied in cast iron or cast steel as special manufacture.More info
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
A fire and explosion can end up with devastating consequences, resulting in serious injuries or death of employees and others, as well as considerable damage to property. A person conducting a business or undertaking work must prevent the possibility of fire or explosion from an ignition of flammable substances associated with a hazardous area or a hazardous atmosphere.
A hazardous area is defined as an area which an explosive atmosphere is present, or maybe expected to be present. Read more
- Hazardous Areas and Basic Risk Control Measures 18-Nov-2015
- Area Classifications 21-Oct-2015
- IMPORTANT NOTICE regarding Govan Products 07-Dec-2012
- IEC 60079 and other IECEx Standards 27-Jul-2011
- Keep Up To Date on Australian Standards for Hazardous Areas 26-May-2011