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European Union explosion-proof ATEX certification testing standard EN60079 where can be test

European Union explosion-proof ATEX certification testing standard EN60079 where can be test

European Union explosion-proof ATEX certification testing standard EN60079 where can be test

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Brand Name: ATEX
Certification: ATEX
Model Number: ATEX

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1 what is explosion-proof ATEX certification
Explosion-proof certification is used to determine that the equipment meets the requirements of explosion-proof standards, type tests and adaptive routine tests, and to issue relevant certificates of qualification. Certificates can be for Ex devices or Ex components.
ATEX explosive ATmosphere EXlosible.
On 23 March 1994, the European commission adopted the directive "equipment and protection systems for potentially explosive environments" (94/9/EC). The new ATEX directive 2014/34/EU was issued in 2014 and will be enforced on April 20, 2016 with no transitional period.
This directive covers mine and the mine equipment, unlike previous instruction, it includes mechanical equipment and electrical equipment, expand the potential explosion hazard environment of the dust in the air, flammable gas and combustible vapor and mist. It specifies the proposed application equipment used in potentially explosive environment technical requirements, basic health, safety requirements and equipment within the scope of its use on the conformity assessment procedures must be used before the European market.
Explosion-proof certification ATEX explosion-proof standards:
Explosion-proof standards formulated by CEN:
EN 1127-1:1997 explosive environment-explosion prevention and protection - part I: basic concepts and methods
EN 1127-2:2002 explosive environment - prevention and protection of explosions - part ii: basic concepts and methods (for mining)
EN 1755: safety of 2000 industrial vehicles - operation in potentially explosive environments - for combustible gases, vapor mist and dust
EN 1834-1: 2000 reciprocating diesel locomotives - safety requirements for the design and construction of potentially explosive environmental locomotives - part I: group II locomotives for combustible gas and steam environments
EN 1834-2: potential car - 2000 reciprocating internal combustion engine used in explosive environment design and structure of locomotive safety requirements - part 1: used for containing methane and/or combustible dust environment underground group I locomotive in the workplace
EN 1834-3: 2000 reciprocating diesel locomotives - safety requirements for the design and construction of potentially explosive environmental locomotives - part I: group II locomotives for combustible dust
EN 12874: 2001 flame arrester - performance requirements, test methods, and usage restrictions
EN 13012:2001 gasoline station - structure and performance of automatic oil gun used on the tanker
EN 13463-1:2001 non-electrical equipment for potentially explosive environments - part I: basic methods and requirements
EN 13821:2002 determination of minimum ignition energy of dust/gas mixtures in potentially explosive environment-explosion prevention and protection
EN 13980:2002 potential explosive environment-quality system application procedures
Anti-explosion standards formulated by CENELEC:
EN 50014:1997 electrical equipment for potentially explosive environments - general requirements
Revision of EN 50014:1997 A1:1999
Modification of EN 50014:1997 A2:1999EN 50015:1998 electrical equipment for potentially explosive environment - oil immersion type "O"
EN 50017:1998 electrical equipment for potentially explosive environment - sand filled type "q"
Electrical equipment for potentially explosive environment - explosion-proof type "d"
Modification to EN 500 18:2000 A1:2002
EN 50019:2000 electrical equipment for potentially explosive environment - safety "e"+ erratum 2003.4
EN 50020:2002 electrical equipment for potentially explosive environment - native type "I"
EN 50021:1999 electrical equipment for potentially explosive environment - protection type "n"
EN 50054:1998 for the detection and measurement of inflammable gases - basic requirements and test methods
EN 50055:1998 for the detection and measurement of inflammable gases - performance requirements of group I equipment indicating that methane in the air is no more than 5%(V/V)
EN 50056:1998 for the detection and measurement of inflammable gases - performance requirements of group I equipment indicating that methane in the air is not higher than 100%(V/V)
EN 50057:1998 for the detection and measurement of inflammable gases - indicating the performance requirements of group II equipment with a minimum explosion threshold of not more than 100%
EN 50058:1998 for the detection and measurement of inflammable gas - performance requirements of group II equipment indicating that the content of inflammable gas is not higher than 100%(V/V)
EN 50104:1998 for oxygen detection and measurement - performance requirements and test methods
Specification for open channel equipment for the detection of inflammable or poisonous gases and vapors - part I: basic requirements and test methods
EN 50241-2:19-99 specification for open channel equipment for the detection of inflammable or poisonous gases and vapors - part ii: performance requirements for the detection of inflammable gases equipment
EN 50281-1-1:1998 electrical equipment used in inflammable dust sites - part 1-1: electrical equipment protected by enclosure - structures and tests + errata form 1999.08
Modification of EN 50281-1-1:1998 A1:2002
EN 50281-1-2:1998 electrical equipment used in inflammable dust sites - part 1-2: electrical equipment for protection of outer casing - selection, installation and maintenance + erratum 1999.12
Modification of EN 50281-1-2:1998 A1:2002
EN 50281-2-1:1998 electrical equipment used in inflammable dust sites - part 2-1: test method - method for determining the minimum ignition temperature of dust
Special requirements for the structure, testing and identification of group II 1G electrical equipment
EN 62013-1:2002 cap lamps used in mines containing methane - part I: basic requirements - structures and tests involving explosive hazards

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