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With the increasing emphasis on industrial safety, more and more ordinary industrial products are improving explosion-proof products. Ordinary products meet explosion-proof standards and must undergo explosion-proof rectification and obtainExplosion proof certification. The combination of complete equipment is also the same, generally requiring that the components of the product only need to be usedExplosion proof certificationProducts such as power distribution, sensors, controllers, and other electrical instruments should be equipped with explosion-proof boxes. Of course, the explosion-proof level of the explosion-proof box must correspond to the hazardous environment on site, and other explosion-proof components should be purchased.
The circuit comes out of the explosion-proof cable clamping and sealing joint of the explosion-proof box. If the wiring port on the other end of the factory is installed in a hazardous area, an explosion-proof cable clamping and sealing device is also required for wiring. If there is a risk of impact on site, it is necessary to use impact resistant and explosion-proof flexible pipes. Replace the power motor with an explosion-proof motor, and replace the sound and light alarm with an explosion-proof motorSound and light alarmReplace the sensor with an explosion-proof sensor, etc. The purchased explosion-proof components need to be genuineExplosion proof certificationWithin the validity period, a copy of the overall certification of the equipment should be provided.
Request for application of combined explosion-proof equipmentExplosion proof certification
Explosion proof equipment composed of explosion-proof components cannot consider the thickness of surrounding steel plates. Generally, it is necessary to send product manuals, assembly drawings, and on-site environment to our professionals for review and judgment. Any non-conforming areas need to be rectified until a successful qualification application is obtainedExplosion proof certification. The final explosion-proof level consists of the explosion-proof markings of each component. Combination products generally have a large volume and are usually inspected on-site by engineers.