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Marking of electrical equipment Dust-explosive endangered areas

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MARKING OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR DUST AND GAS EXPLOSIVE-ENDANGERED AREAS

EX POSTER

L II 2D Ex tb IIIC T80°C Db

0158

Notified body

Conditions in the explosive endangered areas

Notified body

Country

TÜV NORD

Germany Hannover Essen

0032 0044

Germany

0102

PTB

Code No.

Temporary behaviour of the flammable material in Ex zones

Flammable material

Dusts

Protection methods

Classification of the explosive endangered areas

per EC directive 2014/34/EU

Protection method

IEC/ CENELEC

US NEC 506 US NEC 500 Equipment group

Equipment category

Are continuously present, for long periods or frequently

Zone 20

Zone 20

1D

Are likely to occur

Zone 21

Zone 21

Are unlikely to occur by whirled dust, if they do, though only rarely or only for a short time

Zone 22

Zone 22

Class II/III Division 1

DEKRA EXAM

Germany

0158

FSA

Germany

0588

BAM

Germany

0589

IBExU

Germany

0637

INERIS

France

0080

LCIE

France

0081

KEMA

Netherlands

0344

SP

Sweden

0402

Equipment groups to IEC/CENELEC

to NEC 506

LOM

Spain

0163

Group III*

Class II/III

BASEEFA

GreatBritain

0600

Dust explosive atmosphere

Dust explosive atmosphere

SCS

GreatBritain

0518

Sub groups

Sub groups

IIIA IIIB IIIC

Equipment protection level (EPL) Maximum allowed surface temperature

Equipment sub group dust

Ex-mark

flamable fluffs non-conductive dust conductive dust

Class II/III Division 2

II

II

2D or 1D

II

3D or 2D or 1D

Symbol Marking

Protection concept

Zone

IEC CENELEC FM/UL/ISA/CSA

20 / 21 / 22 20 / 21 / 22 Class II/III, Div. 1/2

EN 60079-0 All applications IEC 60079-0/US ISA 61241-0 US FM 3600/ CA CSA C22.2 No. 60079-0

General Requirements

Ex Ex/AEx AEx Ex



Protection by enclosure

Ex ta/tb/tc Ex ta/tb/tc AEx ta/tb/tc Ex ta/tb/tc

Ex atmosphere is kept 20 / 21 / 22 apart from ignition source 20 / 21 / 22 and temperature limitation Zone 20 / 21 / 22 Zone 20 / 21 / 22

Purged

Ex px/py/pz Ex atmosphere is kept Ex px/py/pz apart from ignition source (PX) (PY) (PZ) AEx pD

Intrinsic Safety

Ex ia/ib/ic Ex ia/ib/ic (iS)

Energy limitation of sparks and temperatures

AEx ia/ib/ic

Class III Class II Group G Class II Group F Class II Group E

fibers/fluffs non-conductive dust carbonaceous dust metal dust

Application

EN 60079-31 IEC 60079-31 US ISA 60079-31 CA CSA C22.2 No. 60079-31

Switching, command and signalling devices, lights, junction and terminal boxes, enclosures

21 / 22 21 / 22 Class II, Div. 1/2 Zone 21

EN 60079-2 IEC 60079-2 US FM 3620/CA NFPA 496 US ISA 61241-2

Switchgear and control cabinets, motors, measuring and analysis devices, calculators

20 / 21 / 22 20 / 21 / 22 Class II, Div. 1

EN 60079-11 IEC 60079-11 US FM 3610/UL 913 CA CSA C22.2 No. 60079-11 US ISA 60079-11

measuring, control technology and engineering, sensors, actuators, instrumentation

Coils of relays and motors, electronics, magnetic valves, connecting systems

Zone 20/21/22

Encapsulation

20 / 21 / 22 Ex ma/mb/mc Ex atmosphere is kept Ex ma/mb/mc apart from ignition source 20 / 21 / 22 AEx ma/mb/mc Zone 20/21

EN 60079-18 IEC 60079-18 US ISA 60079-18

Non-incendive

(NI)

Avoidance of sparks and high temperatures

Class II, Div. 2

US FM 3611/ISA 12.12.01 CA CSA C22.2 No. 213

Dust ignition-proof

(DIP)

Transmission of an explosion to the outside is excluded

Class II, Div. 1

US FM 3616 CA CSA C22.2 No. 25 US FM 3611/ISA 12.12.01 CA C22.2 No. 213

Class III, Div. 1/2

* IEC (2007) and CENELEC (2009)

Equipment group and equipment protection level (EPL)

118 00 71 / 05.2017 / 1000 wd

To Atex 2014/34/EU

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Group

To IEC (2007) and CENELEC (2009) Equipment category

Mines susceptible to firedamp I M1 I M2 Dust explosive atmosphere II 1D II 2D 3D II

EPL

Sufficient security

Ma Mb

during rare malfunctions until de-energizing of the equipment

Da Db Dc

Zone 20 Zone 21 Zone 22

during rare malfunctions during expected malfunctions in normal operation

L II 2G Ex db eb IIC T6 Gb

0158

Equipment protection level (EPL)

BVS 16 ATEX E113 X EC type test certificate

Ex-mark

Notified body

Country

TÜV NORD

Germany Hannover Essen

0032 0044

Germany

0102

PTB

Protection methods

Conditions in the explosive endangered areas

Notified body Code No.

Flammable material

Gases, vapours

DEKRA EXAM

Germany

0158

FSA

Germany

0588

BAM

Germany

0589

IBExU

Germany

0637

INERIS

France

0080

LCIE

France

0081

KEMA

Netherlands

0344

SP

Sweden

0402

Methane

Temporary behaviour of the flammable material in Ex zones

Classification of the explosive endangered areas

IEC/ CENELEC

US NEC 505

Are present permanently, long time or often

Zone 0

Class I Zone 0

Are likely to occur

Zone 1

Are unlikely to occur, if occur, though only rarely or for a short time

Zone 2

– –

Mining Mining

per EC directive 2014/34/EU

US NEC 500

Class I Division 1

Class I Zone 1 Class I Zone 2

– –

Equipment Equipment group category II

II

Protection method

Symbol

Mining –

LOM

Spain

0163

Equipment groups to IEC/CENELEC

BASEEFA

GreatBritain

0600

Group I

Group II

Class I

0518

Mines susceptible to firedamp

Gas explosive atmosphere

Gas explosive atmosphere

GreatBritain

IIA IIB IIC

II

I I

Group

Group D Group C Group B Group A

Propane Ethylene Hydrogene Acetylene

EPL

Ma Mb

Gas explosive atmosphere II 1G II 2G

Ga Gb

Zone 0 Zone 1

II

Gc

Zone 2

3G

All applications

Avoidance of sparks and temperatures

1/2 1/2 Class I, Zone 1 Class I, Zone 1

EN 60079-7 IEC 60079-7 US UL 60079-7/ISA 60079-7 CA CSA C22.2 No. 60079-7

Junction and terminal boxes, enclosures, motors, lights, terminals

Flameproof enclosure

Ex da/db/dc Ex da/db/dc AEx d Ex d

Transmission of an explosion to the outside is excluded

0/1/2 0/1/2 Class I Zone 1 Class I Zone 1

EN 60079-1 IEC 60079-1 US ISA 60079-1 CA CSA C22.2 No. 60079-1

Switchgear, control units, motors command and signalling devices, power electronics

Intrinsic Safety

Exia/ib/ici Ex ia/ib/ic (IS) AEx ia/ib Ex ia/ib

Energy limitation of sparks and temperatures

0/1/2 0/1/2 Class I, Div. 1 Class I, Zone 0/1/2 Class I, Zone 0/1/2

EN 60079-11 IEC 60079-11 US FM 3610/CA CSA C22.2 No. 60079-11 US FM 3610/ISA 60079-11 CA CSA C22.2 No. 60079-11

Measuring, control technology and engineering, sensors, actuators, instrumentation

Ex px/py/pz Ex px/py/pz AEx px/py/pz Ex px/py/pz

Ex atmosphere is kept 1/2 apart from ignition source 1 / 2 Class I, Zone 1/2 Class I, Zone 1/2

EN 60079-2 IEC 60079-2 US ISA 60079-2 CA CSA C22.2 No. 60079-2

Switchgear and control , cabinets, motors, measuring and analysis devices, calculators

Ex ma/mb/mc/ Ex ma/mb/mc AEx ma/mb/mc/ AEx ma/mb/mc

Ex atmosphere is kept 0, 1 / 2 apart from ignition source 0, 1 / 2 Class I, Zone 0/1/2 Class I, Zone 0/1/2

EN 60079-18 IEC 60079-18 US ISA 60079-18 CA CSA C22.2 No. 60079-18

Coils of relays and motors, electronics, magnetic valves, connecting systems

Ex ob/oc Ex o AEx o Ex o

Ex atmosphere is kept 1/2 apart from ignition source 1 / 2 Class I, Zone 1

EN 60079-6 IEC 60079-6 US ISA 60079-6 CA CSA C22.2 No. 60079-6

Transformers, relays, start-up control units, switchgear

Ex qb Ex q AEx q Ex q

Transmission of an explosion to the outside is excluded

EN 60079-5 IEC 60079-5 US ISA 60079-5/UL 60079-5 CA CSA C22.2 No. 60079-5

Transformers, relays, capacitors

T1

T2

T3

T4

T5

T6

Conditions

Marking

I

Methane











-

II A

Ammoniac Methane Ethane Propane

Ethyl alcohol Fuel in general Cyclohexane Aorcraft fuel n-Buthane Fuel oil n-Hexane

Acetaldehyde





Equipment applicable without restriction Observe special application conditions

x

Lighting gas Acrylonitrile

Ethylene Ethylene oxide

Ethylene glycol Hydrogene sulphide

Ethyl ether

u

Hydrogene

Ethine (Acetylene)





Ex device with part certificate cannot be used alone; CE conformity will be certified through assembly in a complete equipment

2G or 1G

II B

3G or 2G or 1G

M1 M2 or M1

Oil immersion







Coal disulphide

Temperature classes and maximum permissive surface temperature of electrical equipment per CELENEC/IEC/NEC 505 and NEC 500 450 °C T1 300 °C T2 280 °C 260 °C

230 °C 215 °C 200 °C T3

1/2 1/2 Class I, Zone 1 Class I, Zone 1

180 °C 160 °C 135 °C 120 °C

T4

100 °C T5 85 °C

Sufficient security

Mines susceptible to firedamp I M1 I M2

EN 60079-0 IEC 60079-0 US ISA 60079-0/FM 3600 CA CSA C22.2 No. 60079-0

Ex eb/ec Ex eb/ec AEx e Ex e

Sand encapsulation

To IEC (2007) and CENELEC (2009) Equipment category

0/1/2 0/1/2 Class I, Div. 1/2 Class I, Zone 1/2

Increased safety

Encapsulation

Equipment group and equipment protection level (EPL) To Atex 2014/34/EU

Application

1G

Sub groups Propane Ethylene Hydrogene Acetylene

CENELEC IEC FM / UL/ISA/CSA



R

Methane

Zone

Ex Ex AEx Ex

to NEC 505

Sub groups

Protection concept

General requirements

Pressurized

SCS

Marking

II C Class I Division 2

Additional conditions

Classification per CENELEC/IEC/NEC 505, Explosion sub-group gases and vapours

during rare malfunctions until de-energizing of the equipment during rare malfunctions during expected malfunctions in normal operation

Protection method »n«

Ex nA,nC,nR Ex nA/nC/nL/nR AEx nA,nC,nR Ex nA/nC/nL/nR

Different protection concepts for zone 2

Optical radiation

Ex op Ex op

Non-incendive Explosionproof

2 2 Class I, Zone 2 Class I, Zone 2

EN 60079-15 IEC 60079-15 US ISA 60079-15 CA CSA C22.2 No. 60079-15

Only applications zone 2

Limit, avoid etc. trans1/2 mission of optical radiation 1 / 2

EN 60079-28 IEC 60079-28

Optoelectronic devices, e. g. with fibreoptics

(NI)

Avoidance of sparks and temperatures

US FM 3611/ISA 12.12.01 CA CSA C22.2 No.213

(XP)

Transmission of an explo- Class I, Div. 1 sion to the outside is excl.

Class I, Div. 2

US FM 3615/UL 1203 CA CSA C22.2 No.30

T6 0 °C CELENEC/ IEC/NEC 505

T1

T2

T3

T4

T5

T6

NEC 500

T1 T2D T2C T2B T2A T2

T3C T3B T3A T3

T4A T4

T5

T6