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Boxes for Hazardous Areas

Junction Box for Hazardous Areas Eltherm

Распределительная коробка ELAK-Ex-RThis junction box ELAK-Ex-3 in conventional design is suitable for use in potentially explosive atmosphere in accordance with Ex-guidelines 94/9/CE (ATEX 95). Moreover, the unit ELAK-Ex-3 covers a significantly wide range of ambient temperatures as shown on the data sheet. The junction box can be wall-mounted and is also available with stands for mounting on pipes.

Technical data

Ambient temperature - 40 °C up to + 60 °C
Nominal Current max. 36 A
Nominal voltage max. 550 V
Terminals heating cable min. 0.5 mm² max. 10 mm²
Enclosure Polyester
Dimensions 120 x 120 x 90 mm (lxhxd) mm
Cable glands Polyamide
IP rating up to IP66
Weight 1 kg
Mounting option Wall mounting

Junction Box ELAK-Ex-R

Junction Box ELAK-Ex-RThe innovative junction box ELAK-Ex-R is suitable for use in potentially explosive atmosphere in accordance with Ex-guidelines 94/9/CE (ATEX 95). Thanks to its exceptional shape it provides a number of advantages. Due to the form of the box, for instance, it is not necessary to strongly bend the inserted cable thereby avoiding cable damage. A safety lock, with appropriate tool included, prevents the cover from moving. Additional features permitting the attachment of sign plates facilitate easy identification of heating circuits in complex systems. Suited for wall-mounting.

Technical Data

Ambient temperature - 40 °C up to + 50 °C
Nominal Current max. 28 A each terminal
Nominal voltage max. 550 V
Terminals heating cable max. 6 mm² (optional 10 mm²)
Terminals temperature sensor max. 1.5 mm²
Enclosure Polyamide, no static charge
Enclosure dimension Ø 150 mm, height 125 mm
Cable glands Polyamide
IP rating IP65
Weight 0.7 kg
Mounting option Wall mounting
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