ATEX IBC/Tote Tank Heater
ATEX Insulated IBC Heater. 230 VAC. 2400 W. Fits 1000 Litre Containers. T3. ATEX II 2G/2D.
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ATEX Insulated IBC Heater. 230 VAC. 2400 W. Fits 1000 Litre Containers. Length 4,4 m. Height 100 cm. Includes 2 Built-In Ex-PT100 RTD Temperature Sensors. Maximum Operating Temperature 180°C. Maximum Ambient Operating Temperature -40°C to 60°C. 3,0 m Power Cord and Sensor Cables with Crimped Ferrule Terminated Leads. For Use in Potentially Explosive Gas and Dust Atmospheres. The Heater Must Be Temperature Controlled and Limited To The Required Temperature Class. T3. IP65. ATEX II 2G Ex e mb IIC T3 Gb, II 2D Ex e mb IIIC T120°C Db, -40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +60°C (ambient temperature), EC-type examination certificate TPS 11 ATEX 29587 011 X.
- Ideal for a wide range of hazardous-area drum heating applications - ATEX Gas and Dust
- Fully insulated and water resistant - Suitable for use in outdoor or wet environments - IP 65 rated
- Operating temperatures up to 200°C (392°F) - T3
- Adjustable straps with buckles for easy on and off installation
- 2-RTD sensor system - For process and high temperature limit
Explosion protection marking:
Gas 2G Ex e mb IIC T3 Gb
Dust 2D Ex e mb IIIC T120°C Db
-40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +60°C (ambient temperature)
System approved with an EC-type examination certificate
according to RL 2014/34/EU appendix III
EC-type examination certificate
TPS 11 ATEX 29587 011 X
- Outer Material: Waterproof PTFE-coated glass fiber fabric
- Insulation: 20 - 25 mm (0.8 to 1.0 in) glass needle mat
- Nominal Voltage: 230 VAC
- Nominal Power: 1200 W
- Heating Element: Grounded for your safety
- Operating Temperature:
- -40°C to 200°C (-40°F to 392°F) (steel drum)
- -40°C to 70°C (-40°F to 158°F) (plastic drum)
- Temperature Class: T6, T5, T4, T3 (depending on temperature limiter setpoint)
- Protection Ratings: IP65/I
- Zones: 1/2 (gas); 21/22 (dust)
- Sensor: 2 standard 3-wire PT100 RTD sensors
- Power Cord: 3 m (10 ft) long with crimped ferrule terminated leads
Various liquids, gasses, and even solids are often stored in bulk containers. Common containers include drums, IBC tanks, and gas bottles. In order to effectively protect the contents from cold, reduce viscosity, or increase efficiency for easy dispensing, the contents must be kept warm. If the temperatures of the contents fall below desired levels, the contents could be ruined or unable to dispense at all. Many of these containers are in hazardous areas where ATEX certification is a requirement for the type of heaters permitted for use.