The ATEX directive breaks the risk levels into three zones: 0/22, 1/21 & 2/22. These zones, in turn, provide the basis for the markings on ATEX equipment.
Here at Kempston Controls, we’ve put together the following infographic which gives a basic understanding of which industries deal with ATEX, how ATEX zones are distinguished and what protection there is for Electrical Equipment.
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