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Dust explosion protection

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The BARTEC company Reinhold A. Barlian founded the BARTEC company in 1975 and has since then shaped the corporate philosophy: BARTEC protects people and the environment by the safety of components, systems and plants. BARTEC Safe.t® Technology: Components and systems We continuously create ideas for new products. For ever new applications, for new markets. Thus within 30 years, we have acquired a leading position among suppliers of safety technology with our innovative components and systems tested to international standards. We design and build components and systems for machine and equipment manufacturers and for original equipment manufacturers; for constructors and operators of industrial plants, for the chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical sectors as well as for power generation and environmental industries. Expertise and reliability build the foundations of an efficient partnership for: Machine and equipment construction Original equipment manufacturers Constructors and operators of plant in the chemical, petrochemical pharmaceutical sectors and power generation and environmental industries They all rely on BARTEC as an expert partner in safety technology.

Technical data subject to change without notice. No claims for damages arising from alterations, errors or misprints shall be allowed. Attention is drawn to the applicable standards and regulations on safety components and systems together with the relevant operating and installation instructions. BARTEC brochure Dust explosion protection 08/2005

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Basic concepts for dust explosion protection
Explosion protection Dust explosion Technical development Explosion Explosive range Prevention of explosions Primary explosion protection Secondary explosion protection Tertiary explosion protection Flammable substances Oxygen Sources of ignition Overview Non-technical measures Design regulations Regulations Relevance and advantage of the classification in zones Explosion parameters Ignition temperature General requirements Pressurized apparatus Encapsulation Protection by enclosure Intrinsic safety Contents of marking -conformity ...for existing plants ...for spare parts ...for new plant and conversions Ex pD Ex mD Ex tD Ex iD 2 3-4 5 5 6 6 6 7 7-8 9 10 - 12 13 13 14 14 - 16 17 18 18 - 19 20 20 21 21 22 22 - 23 24 25 25 26

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Dust explosions

Electrical dust explosion protection
Dust explosions
Dust explosions have been known in Europe since the first cereal mills were built. There is a risk of fires and explosions in all industrial plants which have to deal with combustible dusts, whether this be as production material or as residual waste. In order to avoid danger to people, plant and the environment, electrical equipment operated in potentially explosive dust atmospheres may not be a source of ignition. The following must therefore apply to all electrical equipment: 1. No static electricity 2. No hot surfaces 3. No mechanically generated sparks 4. No combustible dusts (volumes capable of combustion) may penetrate an enclosure with an internal source of ignition.

Ignition sources as a percentage of dust explosions in Germany

30.0 % 11.5 % 9.0 % 9.0 % 9.0 % 8.0 % 6.5 % 6.0 % 5.0 % 3.5 % 2.5 %

Mechanical sparks Unknown Friction Static electricity Smoulder spots Fire Hot surfaces Self-ignition Welding work Electrical equipment Others

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for example in reaction vessels. Explosion protected equipment creates safety. that intensive work was carried out to find the means of reliably preventing contact between an explosive atmosphere and ignition sources . Immediately afterwards. the use of non-flammable materials which cannot form an explosive atmosphere.e. mine explosions were able to be made very much rarer. Manufacturer Design regulations After bitter experiences in the beginning. it is not always possible to exclude flammable material such as flour dust in mills. even where an explosion hazard is permanently present. the basics of electrical explosion protection were developed. In the future non-electrical equipment will also require testing or at least assessing. These days. Modern safety engineering makes it possible for electrical measuring technology to be used. and well-monitored electrical equipment was utilised with very high safety Legislative standards. i. There are many applications which require explosion protected equipment.and thus preventing explosions. Formation and processing of combustible dusts in mills. because of the methane and coal dust occurring in coal mines. carpentries and in the pharmaceutical industry creates hazardous areas. The knowledge about the explosion protection of electrical equipment that manufacturers have collected also benefits the manufacturers of non-electrical equipment.Technical development Technical development of explosion protection Electrical equipment was introduced into industry and households in the last century. Protection and safety are in such cases provided by equipment which is reliably protected against explosions. Design regulations Even more relevant than these solutions which concentrate on the ignition sources (the so-called secondary explosion protection) is primary explosion protection. the construction of explosion protected equipment has long left electrical engineering. The advantages of electricity were so convincing. All those involved Personal responsibility and precautionary measures User Directives However. 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/2E 3 .originating from the use of electrical equipment .

The appropriate EN standards are being developed and passed step by step as Directive 1999/92/EC is becoming adopted. explosion protected systems. with regard to the required safety of the explosion protected equipment. also required for the type of installation and for the servicing required for maintaining the safe state. uniform design requirement for the explosion protection of systems. largely in agreement with those in the CENELEC standards. devices and components at a very high or enhanced safety level. are the prerequisite for the production and distribution of systems. which is supported by the EN standards developed by the CENELEC and CEN standardisation organisations. The European Community has provided itself with an obligatory. a consistent system is created which allows successful prevention of explosions for the effective protection of people. which will be tested by applying uniform and obligatory criteria in a notified body authorized by the EC. operate. an Ex document is the precondition for setting up and operating equipment in potentially explosive atmospheres. according to Directive 94/9/EC. Only such a document makes it possible to select systems. Uniform classification of the potentially explosive equipment is the basis for the selection and classification of systems and devices. devices and components conforming to Directive 94/9/EC. uniform quality requirements are. Constant. the manufacturer is safe to assume during the design and assessment of the explosion protection. Using the two EC directives mentioned above. the environment and property. devices and components with regard to explosion protection and to install. The technical parameters are also defined in EN standards. BARTEC develops and constructs component and system solutions for safety technology. including their installation. These EC type examination certificates. systems and plants. at a very high or enhanced safety level. or assessments provided by the manufacturer. 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/3E 4 . According to this EC directive. maintain and eventually repair them as required by the standards. BARTEC’s corporate goal is: BARTEC protects people and the environment by the safety of components. With the help of these standards. that he is developing safe.Technical development Internationally unified design regulations for electrical engineering have been drawn up in the form of IEC standards and reports have been formulated. The notified bodies authorized by the EC provide a manufacturer-independent EC type examination certificate which guarantees a uniform quality throughout Europe. devices and components with the Directive 94/9/EC.

air/ oxygen and the ignition spark produce an explosion inside the enclosed cylinder.the flammable substance and air . If the petrol tank is empty. For this reason discussions about explosion protection are usually restricted to reactions with the oxygen in the air. For this to take place the ratio of petrol to air must be correct. one of the components for triggering this controlled.are concerned with work places. vapours or dust with the oxygen contained in the air. For this reason. between these limits the explosive range is found. Oxidation reactions normally involve the release of heat and a pressure increase. The first two components . the lower explosive limit is the more important value. Typical hazardous areas form in mills and stores for milled products and other combustible dusts. useful explosion is missing and the motor will not start. flammable dust Explosion Basis for an explosion As a rule. Explosive range In the internal combustion engine the three components work together in a sensible way: petrol. The statutory definitions of explosion protection . any area in which such a volume of an explosive mixture can collect is described as a hazardous area.deduced from the regulations on health and safety at work . the air filter is blocked or if the ignition does not work. and therefore fulfil the criteria of an explosion. When considering the safety of work places.Explosion protection Explosion An explosion is defined as a sudden reaction involving a rapid physical or chemical oxidation reaction or decay generating an increase in temperature or pressure or both simultaneously. The most familiar reactions are those of flammable gases. for explosions to happen in atmospheric air. three factors have to be present at the same time: ignition source oxygen flammable substance oxygen (air) source of ignition In production and work places an increased risk of explosion can develop wherever the preconditions for an explosion are fulfilled. It is generally assumed that a volume of 10 l of an explosive mixture in an enclosed space can cause damage .particularly to people.must be present in sufficient quantities to form an explosive atmosphere. 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/4E 5 . a possible concentration of at least 20 % less than that value is often regarded as safe. Combustible materials mixed with air have a lower and an upper explosive limit.

Increased air circulation. unintended and therefore very damaging explosions can only be achieved by removing one of the three components. The easiest and simplest way to understand small and safe explosions is by looking at a gas lighter. In other words. or even from humans. BARTEC products prevent the effect of ignition sources where electricity is being used in a potentially explosive atmosphere. Primary explosion protection Primary explosion protection aims at substituting something else for the flammable substances or the atmospheric oxygen or reducing their quantities to the point where there is no danger of an explosive mixture forming.at work places the oxygen in the air and often the flammable substance .g.cannot be reliably and permanently excluded. Secondary explosion protection Action directed at secondary explosion protection aims to prevent sources of ignition.the ignition source . unimpeded flow of flammable gases or a reduction in ventilation can lead to explosion if an ignition source is also present. For this reason the measures available for such locations are limited to: avoidance or restriction of substances which are capable of forming an explosive atmosphere avoidance or restriction of release of the flammable substances and therefore formation of explosive mixtures.g. e. air flushing through ventilation can be achieved by structural measures. The conscious restriction of these measures. secondary explosion protection is implemented by technical action (see chapter on types of protection) and organisational action.Explosion protection Prevention of explosions Explosion protected equipment is able to exclude one of the preconditions for an explosion .the burning. Effective preventive explosion protection for non-controlled. Replacing the atmospheric oxygen is not an option for areas where people work. This gas mixes with the surrounding air. Organisational action may take the form of instructing the workforce and having plant and equipment cleaned properly. and in that way they are effective at preventing explosions. Some distance away from the nozzle the proportion of the flammable gas is already so low that the explosion and the flame are restricted to the immediate vicinity of the nozzle. In domestic areas. and a weak sound is heard . The hazard of combustion can emanate from electrical and mechanical equipment. the open layout of filling stations where the potentially explosive atmosphere is very small. the intended. When the nozzle of the lighter is opened it releases a small amount of flammable gas. 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/5F In practice.and is in that way an important contribution to explosion protection. constructional measures ensure that normally an explosive atmosphere cannot form. the spark from the flint ignites the mixture. Just think of the useful application of explosions in vehicle engines. 6 . because the other components . e. The effect of an explosion in enclosed spaces and under non-atmospheric conditions is often more powerful. the design of the gas lighter has ensured that it is safe to use.

which increases with increasing fineness. the melted paraffin wax solidifies and the paraffin vapours disperse. the paraffin wax melts and then vaporises and that this vapour feeds the flame. the dust explosion. Dust layers are liable to begin smouldering on hot surfaces. the gas explosion. In deep coal mines methane/firedamp explosions often have triggered off coal dust explosions whose consequences were more serious than those of the original firedamp explosion. play an important part. for example by mechanical cleaning methods or inappropriate extinguishing attempts. The properties are determined by processes which take place immediately at the surface of the solid. fibres or flock can react with atmospheric oxygen and produce disastrous explosions. liquid or solid. Now the paraffin wax candle is once again a harmless object. Flammable solids Flammable solids in the form of dust. After extinguishing the candle. Lighting and extinguishing a paraffin wax candle provides a demonstration of a series of processes undergone by a solid material within a short period of time which cannot easily be presented in a simplified form. the paraffin vapour can still be smelled. while a dust cloud which has been ignited locally or through contact with a hot surface can explode immediately. For a general discussion relevant to work places. the energy released by the reaction produces high temperatures and pressures. 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/6F A gas or vapour/air explosion can also stir up the dust. depending on whether it is in a deposited layer or whether it is in a suspended dust cloud. turning into the second. When such a layer is stirred up. which then often leads to the first. In addition to the chemical properties of the solid itself. However. this can lead to a dust explosion. their reactivity with atmospheric oxygen is considered. 7 . Dust reacts very differently. An experiment shows that when the wick of a candle is lit. Normally more energy is required for activating the explosion in air than with gases and vapours. the fineness of the particles and the overall surface area.Explosion protection Tertiary explosion protection Action directed at tertiary explosion protection aims to negate the harmful effects of explosions and thus minimise the risks to the health of employees. once combustion starts. Dust explosions are often the consequence of smouldering dust layers which become stirred up and already carry the ignition initiation. Such action could be: explosion pressure-resistant design using rupture plates organising escape routes Three factors Flammable substances Flammable substances can be gaseous.

Examples of dust deposits of excessive thickness required to be examined in a laboratory > 50 mm >s > 5 mm >s T 5 mm < 250 °C > 5 mm 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/7E Excessive dust deposits on top of equipment Dust deposits settled on top of equipment is “excessive“ because the dust has a low smouldering temperature Excessive dust deposits to the sides of equipment Equipment fully covered. to the side or underneath equipment. Dust layers of excessive thickness If it is not possible to prevent dust deposits of excessive thickness forming on top.Explosion protection Dust layers with a thickness exceeding 5 mm up to 50 mm If deposits of dust with a thickness exceeding 5 mm up to 50 mm are able to settle on equipment. limit values for the dimensions “b“. the thermal insulation effect this creates means that ignition can occur at a much lower surface temperature. 8 >b >t . the maximum permissible surface temperature must be lowered accordingly. and where the ignition temperature for 5 mm is more than 250 °C. or if the equipment is fully cloaked in dust. Lowering the maximum permissible surface temperature as the thickness of the dust layer increases 400 °C Smouldering temperature for a deposit 5 mm thick 400 °C T5 mm T5 mm < 400 °C T5 mm < 320 °C Max. EN 50281-1-2 or IEC 61241-1-2 should be consulted before using the diagram. The reduction in the maximum permissible surface temperature of equipment operated in areas affected by dust. or if doubts exist about the usefulness of the diagram. permissible surface temperature of equipment 300 320 °C 250 °C 200 100 0 0 10 20 thickness of the layer 30 40 mm 50 The dependence of the smouldering temperature on the thickness of the layer must be found in laboratory trials if a layer of dust 5 mm thick can smoulder at below 250 °C. must comply with the characteristic curves in the graphic. “s“ and “t“ must be determined in laboratory trials.

The ratio can be determined theoretically. This is usually determined by igniting the mixture with an electric spark.is most violent. however. combustion will only spread with difficulty or will cease altogether. explosions will not happen.Explosion protection Oxygen The quantity of oxygen available in the air is only sufficient to oxidise/burn a certain quantity of the flammable material. not or only with restrictions possible in environments where people regularly work and must therefore be reserved for technological equipment. When the quantity of the flammable material and the available atmospheric oxygen are near to at the correct ratio. The situation is similar when the quantity of flammable material is too great for the amount of oxygen available in the air. Explosion pressure/explosion limits Ignition energy Pmax Ideal mixture Most easily ignitable mixture Pred Lean mixture Balanced mixture MIE Minimum ignition energy Rich mixture LEL (lower explosive limit) Volume % UEL (upper explosive limit) 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/8E 9 . All flammable material has its explosive range. the effect of the explosion . If the quantity of flammable material is too small. it is called the stoichiometric mixture. which also depend on the available activation energy. The latter option is. This fact can be utilised by sufficiently diluting the flammable substances with air or by preventing the ingress of air/oxygen into parts of the equipment. The explosive range is bounded by the lower explosive limit and the upper explosive limit.temperature and pressure increase . This means that below and above these limits.

increases unavoidably. Examples: switching sparks. The stored energy can be released in the form of sparks and function as an ignition source. These temperatures can usually be controlled. Static electricity must be prevented from becoming an ignition source by taking appropriate measures.4) during normal operation are therefore not permitted in potentially explosive atmospheres.7). portable devices cannot . electrical sparks can be caused by static electricity . plastic pipe systems 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/9E 10 . it must also be considered with non-electrical devices and components. hot equipment surfaces.due to their portability .for example with overloading or tight bearings . Examples: Transmission belts made from plastic materials. Friction during normal operation can be the cause of electrostatic charging. When interacting with the clothes of the user.“ Hot surfaces (6. or whether non-permissible temperature increases are possible which need to be prevented by taking appropriate measures.Part 1: Basic concepts and methodology.e. Because this ignition source can arise quite independently of an electrical voltage supply. housings of portable devices.4. resistors or lamps. parts sliding over each other without sufficient lubrication and similar situations can generate such sparks when malfunctioning.2) arise as the result of energy losses from systems. brakes or overheating bearings For example. Technical equipment must always be assessed as to whether it is stabilising . Examples: tools such as a rusty hammer and chisel in contact with light alloys or the metal fork of a fork lift truck Visible electric sparks .Explosion protection Sources of ignition With technical equipment a large number of ignition sources is possible.8) must normally be regarded as a sufficient ignition source. and this must be carefully thought about when considering malfunctions.the energy loss.be earthed or connected to an equipotential bonding ring.4.4. In the event of a malfunction . suitable measures must be adopted to prevent these ignition sources. synthetic clothing material. static charging can occur during normal operation.(6. Separation processes when rolling out paper or plastic film.lightning (6. In the case of heaters they are desired.Explosion prevention and protection. whether it can attain a final temperature. For this reason. For example.4.i. devices and components during normal operation. sparks at collectors or slip rings Independently of whether or not there is an electrical voltage supply. In the following overview the numbers given behind the ignition sources refer to the appropriate sections of the basic standard: EN 1127-1: 1997 „Explosive atmospheres . therefore these cases must be assessed where this ignition source needs to be taken into account. It is connected with separation processes. grinding and cutting devices mechanically generated sparks (6. Cracks in rotating parts. Only very low energy sparks with energies of only microwatt seconds may be regarded as too weak to start an explosion. and therefore the temperature. Examples: coils.

4.9 Electro-magnetic radiation . This is why a highly conductive connection to all the electrically conductive parts of the equipment must be provided so that the potential difference is reduced to a safe level. visible light (6.4.4.12) Electro-magnetic radiation .UV radiation (6.4.IR radiation.3) can occur inside combustion engines or analysis devices during normal operation and when a fault has occurred.4. irrespective of whether or not such currents are expected or whether its sources are known.13) as they occur inside tube-shaped structures operated at an underpressure can become an ignition source. the following deserve to be mentioned: Ultrasonic (6.4. Protective measures are required here which are able to permanently prevent them from leaving the enclosure. Examples: transmitting and receiving equipment. devices and components utilising radiation can be operated in potentially explosive atmospheres. It is not relevant whether the conductive equipment is electrical or non-electrical parts of the installation.6) which then may result in a potential difference between different earthing points.Explosion protection Electric rails and other earthed voltage supplies e. adiabatic compression and shock waves (6.radio waves (6. hot gases and particles (6. cathodic corrosion protection (6. systems.10) Ionising radiation .g. photoelectric barriers and scanners Finally. mobile telephones. for electric corrosion protection of equipment.4. otherwise the radiation must be reliably prevented from entering the potentially explosive atmosphere. An equipotential bonding must always be provided. as the cause of the current may be found outside of the equipment. can result in stray electric currents. Examples: Exhausts from internal combustion engines or particles which are formed by the switching sparks of power switches eroding material from the switch contacts Among the ignition sources where radiation energy enters the explosive mixture.11) If their parameters are permanently and securely limited and tested. Examples: breakage of long fluorescent tubes which are filled with a hydrogen/air atmosphere 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/10E 11 . Flames.

by an accredited expert Maintenance 12 Maintenance by safety personnel . e. i. Approval by a notified body EC type examination certificate Quality assurance system in operation in conformity with Directive 94/9/EC Manufacturer – Routine tests Installation in conformity with the regulations regarding manufacture EN 50281-1-2 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/11E Commissioning Commissioning e. g.Explosion protection Prevention of ignition sources Design in accordance with regulation. EN 50281-1-1.

BARTEC as a specialist for safety technology offers such consultation and training. which depend on the ignition temperature. The industrial products of other manufacturers are also equipped by BARTEC for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. Overview Protection principles 1. The types of protection listed in the examples are discussed in a different section.with maximum scope of protection and therefore a very high degree of safety. Flammable substances dusts Types of protection Pressurized apparatus Encapsulation Protection by enclosure dusts Intrinsic safety Category 2 2 2 1+2 BARTEC applies these protection principles to its different items of equipment according to the application for which they are going to be used. The principles allow construction in the different safety categories. Ignition sources which are caused by sparks from friction or impact or from electro-static charging have to be prevented in explosion protected equipment by selecting appropriate material and by design measures.with conventional scope of protection and therefore a conventional degree of safety. Non-technical measures 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/12E The requisite preconditions for the safe operation of electrical equipment in hazardous areas are created in a joint effort by the manufacturers of explosion-proof electrical equipment and the constructors and operators of industrial plants. devices and components. This means that the ignition temperature is relevant for all protection principles. Explosive mixtures can penetrate the enclosure but can not be ignited. regularly updated operating instructions should be issued. Sparks and temperatures able to cause ignition may only occur within certain limits. The item of equipment is provided with an enclosure that prevents the ingress of an explosive mixture and/or contact with sources of ignition arising from the normal. Written. is stated with the protection types. Courses should be held for employees at regular intervals to inform them about the explosion protection documentation according to Directive 1999/92/EC and about company-internal rules.with increased scope of protection and therefore a high degree of safety and category 3 . Which classification can be achieved. An important precondition for all the protection principles is that parts which are in unhindered contact with the explosive atmosphere must not be able to reach non-permitted temperatures.Protection principles Protection principles This refers to principles which are suitable for preventing ignition sources in systems. 2. category 1 . It is important that the operator of such plants should ensure that their personnel know how the danger of explosions is likely to arise and the measures that are to be taken to prevent it. and this must be verified and confirmed by the appropriate tests. 13 . category 2 . Two protection principles can prevent equipment from becoming an ignition source.

they are monitored by accredited test laboratories and the authorities.Protection principles Design regulations for explosion protected systems. For this reason.Explosion prevention and protection Part 1: Terms and definitions for equipment and protective systems intended for use in explosive atmospheres Characteristics of combustible dusts Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Part 2-1: Test methods . and where there is an increased protection requirement. Nearly universal uniform requirements have now been formulated by the International Electrotechnical Commission IEC. is shown in the table below.Section 1: Methods for determining the minimum ignition temperatures of dust Attention: Included Corrigendum at August 1999 Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Part 2-2: Test methods . CEN/CENELEC Publication date Document ident. devices and components .Section 3: Method for determining minimum ignition energy of dust/air mixtures Electrical apparatus for use in presence of combustible dust Part 2-4: Test methods . the design regulations for systems. Regulations An overview of the regulations for the determination of the parameters.equipment Hazards arising from the handling of flammable dusts are caused by uniform chemical and physical processes. Title/Content Document ident. Manufacturers and operators are required to adhere to these.Explosion prevention and protection Part 1: Basic concepts and methodology Explosive atmospheres . DIN Publication date Basics Explosive atmospheres . the protection against these hazards must be carried out in a uniform manner. devices and components as well as installation and operation in the area where explosive gases. by the European Standardisation Committees CENELEC and CEN and by DKE and DIN. vapours and dusts are present.Section 4: Method for determining the low explosive limit of dust/air mixtures IEC 61241-2-3 1994-09-00 EN 13821 2002-11-00 prEN 14034-3 2004-02-00 DIN EN 61241-2-2 2003-03-00 DIN EN 14034-3 2004-04-00 - 14 . IEC Publication date Document ident.Section 2: method for determining the electrical resistivity of dust in layers Attention: Included Corrigendum at May 1994 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/13E - EN 1127-1 1997-08-00 EN 13237 2003-06-00 DIN EN 1127-1 1997-10-00 DIN EN 13237 2003-11-00 IEC 61241-2-1 1994-12-00 EN 50281-2-1 1998-09-00 DIN EN 50281-2-1 IEC/TR 61241-2-2 1993-08-00 EN 61241-2-2 1995-08-00 DIN EN 61241-2-2 1996-04-00 Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Part 2-3: Test methods . the classification of zones.

Information that is ambiguous to the author or incomplete is for this reason given in italics. IEC Publication date Document ident. "s" and "t" must be found in laboratory trials Title/Content Document ident. Examples of dust deposits of excessive thickness required to be examined in a laboratory > 50 mm > 5 mm T 5 mm < 250 °C >s >s > 5 mm Excessive dust deposits on top of equipment Layers of dust on top of equipment are "excessive" because dust has a low smouldering temperature Excessive dust deposits to the sides of equipment Equipment fully covered. >b >t 15 .Specification for apparatus Attention: Applicable in combination with EN 50014 (1997-06) Included Corrigendum at July 1999. CEN/CENELEC Publication date Document ident. limit values for the dimensions "b". Information that is ambiguous to the author or incomplete is for this reason given in italics.Protection principles Title/Content Document ident. DIN Publication date Classification of hazardous areas with combustible dusts Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Part 3: Classification of areas where combustible dusts are or may be present are IEC 61241-10 2004-06-00 - * Changes to the registration number can arise due to the comparison between IEC or ISO and CENELEC or CEN. CEN/CENELEC Publication date Document ident. DIN Publication date Combustible dust Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Part 1-1: Electrical apparatus protected by enclosures and surface temperature limitation . IEC Publication date Document ident. and August 1999 Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Part 4: Type of Protection "pD" Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Part 5: Type of Protection "iD“ Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Part 6: Type of Protection "mD“ IEC 61241-0 2004-07-00 IEC 61241-1 2004-05-00 EN 61241-1 2004-06-00 DIN EN 50281-1-1 1999-10-00 IEC 61241-4* 2001-03-00 IEC 61241-5* prEN 61241-4 2004-04-00 DIN EN 61241-4 2004-09-00 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/14E EN 50281-5* DIN EN 50281-5* IEC 61241-6* EN 50281-6* DIN EN 50281-6* * Changes to the registration number can arise due to the comparison between IEC or ISO and CENELEC or CEN.

The year information has been standardised.after the completion of the development at BARTEC . safety-relevant requirements are checked according to the specifications and confirmed by means of a marking. The regional and national title does not need to correspond to the “world“ title. DIN Publication date Explosion protection in plants: Installation. and maintenance Attention: Applicable in combination with EN 50281-1-1 (1998-09) Included Corrigendum at July 1999 and August 1999 Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres Part 19: repair and overhaul for apparatus used in potentially explosive atmospheres (other than mines or explosives) Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres Part 17: Inspection and maintenance of electrical installations in potentially explosive gas atmospheres (other than mines) IEC 60079-19 1993-09-00 IEC/TR 60079-13 1982-00-00 IEC/TR 60079-16 1990-04-00 IEC 60079-14 2002-10-00 - EN 60079-14 2003-08-00 DIN EN 60079-14 2004-07-00 IIEC 61241-1-2 2004-07-00 EN 50281-1-2 1998-09-00 DIN EN 50281-1-2 1999-11-00 EN 60079-19* EN 60079-19* IEC 60079-17 2002-07-00 EN 60079-17 2003-04-00 DIN EN 60079-17 2004-06-00 * Changes to the registration number can arise due to the comparison between IEC or ISO and CENELEC or CEN. Note about how to use the table The information is based on the IEC titles. the latest update should be requested from the publisher or from the standardisation committee. This style seems to be becoming universally accepted. For concrete work with the standards and their procurement. but has not been introduced in all the documents. installation. IEC Publication date Document ident. BARTEC also supports its customers with non-electrical equipment using the knowledge it has accumulated over decades of experience. (Please also note the footnote for the table!) At BARTEC the design regulations are consistently applied for electrical equipment. The table is to provide an information overview of the standard. Conformity is . With the help of this table. the following contents listed in the title/contents column can be correlated to the regional and national equivalents. the EN titles have been used.Protection principles Title/Content Document ident. and compliance is monitored and realised using a quality assurance system for every piece of equipment produced. During the routine test. a number of the standards will be modified. section 2: selection. in cases where there is no IEC document available. Information that is ambiguous to the author or incomplete is for this reason given in italics. It refers to the state on 2000-01-07 which was accessible to the author. it must be expected that in the years up to 2004. According to our experience. maintenance and repair Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Part 13: Construction and use of rooms or buildings protected by pressurization (report) Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres Part 16: artificial ventilation for the protection of analyzer houses Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres Part 14: Electrical installations in potentially explosive gas atmospheres (other than mines) Attention: Applicable in combination with IEC 60079-0 Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Part 1-2: electrical apparatus protected by enclosures. CEN/CENELEC Publication date Document ident.checked by notified bodies. test laboratories for the IEC Ex procedure or by national test laboratories. 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/15E 16 .

Zone 20 Zone 21 Zone 22 Silo Flap Flour sack Conveyor belt Potentially explosive atmospheres (Directive 1999/92/EC) Zone 20 A place in which an explosive atmosphere in the form of a cloud of combustible dust in air is present continuously. if it does occur. Notes: 1. A place in which an explosive atmosphere in the form of a cloud of combustible dust in air is not likely to occur in normal operation but. 2.Protection principles Relevance and advantage of the classification in zones The practice has been established of dividing hazardous areas into zones. will persist for a short period only. 17 . or for long periods or frequently. A place in which an explosive atmosphere in the form of a cloud of combustible dust in air is likely to occur in normal operation occasionally. the zone definitions are uniformly provided in Directive 1999/92/EC. Zone 20 is restricted to very small inaccessible areas in work places or are usually restricted to the inside of technical equipment. It must be applied with technical understanding of the actual situation. This classification takes the different dangers from explosive atmospheres into account and allows explosion protection measures to be taken which reflect the situation both from the point of view of safety engineering and of economic efficiency. Hazardous areas are classified depending on the frequency and duration of the explosive atmosphere. Zone 21 Zone 22 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/16E In places of work the potentially explosive atmospheres are normally classified at most as zone 21 and 22. This classification provides the scope of the measures to be taken according to Annex II section A in the Directive 1999/92/EC in conjunction with Annex I of the Directive 94/9/EC. Layers. For the European community. 'Normal operation' means the situation when installations are used within their design parameters. IEC 61241-3 provides support for the zone classification with dusts. deposits and heaps of combustible dust must be considered as any other source which can form an explosive atmosphere.

A heated surface increases the energy content of the explosive mixture in contact with it. 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/17E 18 . This energy may. Both types lead to different explosion parameters being defined. However. which is optimised with respect to the chemical-physical properties of the flammable gases. The parameters are made available in comprehensive tables. devices and components accessible to dust is determined by subtracting 75 K from the value determined using procedure A and by multiplying by 2/3 the value determined using procedure B. Please note that dust in its deposited form . Before flammable substances can react with the atmospheric oxygen in an explosion. and therefore a standardisation of the types of protection to be possible for the manufacturer. These are determined using an application orientated testing method.determined as a cloud using procedure B. for example. Ignition temperature For different types of dust.Protection principles Explosion parameters In order to allow a combination of measures for explosion protection. be exchanged on a surface.has a different ignition temperature than in its stirred form . a system of explosion parameters has been created. and a small.determined using procedure A . the energy may also be supplied through a spark or a hot gas jet flowing out of a gap into the explosive mixture. so that a concrete type of dust must always be assumed. energy must be provided. The surface is the area accessible to the dust. vapours or dusts to be made. the method for determining the ignition temperature has also been unified and coded in document IEC 61241-2-1. The permissible surface temperature for those parts of the systems. this increased energy content can lead to the explosive reaction. non-official overview is contained in the following table. laboratories determine the values on request. temperature classes are not defined for dust. If the surface temperature is sufficiently high. The smaller of the 2 values determined in this way corresponds to the lowest permissible surface temperature of the equipment.

. > 230 > 215 215...Protection principles Designation of the solid material A values ignition temperature B values ignition temperature Permissible limiting temperature lowest value of the calculation (A-75K) and 2/3*B IEC 50381-2-1 procedure A deposit (°C) IEC 50381-2-1 procedure B cloud (°C) 450.. 280... 230. > 135 Dust from natural materials (examples) Cotton Brown coal Cellulose Cereals Wood resin Sawdust (wood) Cocoa Copra Cork Fodder concentrate Linen Milk powder Paper Pectin sugar Soya Starch Hard coal Tobacco Tapioca Tea Peat Wheat flour Sugar beet 350 225 370 290 290 300 460 290 300 295 230 340 300 380 245 290 245 300 290 300 295 450 290 560 380 500 420 500 400 580 470 470 525 440 440 540 410 500 440 590 450 450 510 360 480 460 275 150 295 215 215 225 385 215 225 220 155 265 225 273 170 215 170 225 215 225 220 320 215 Dust of chemical technical products (examples) Cellulose ether Isosorbide dinitrate Unvulcanised rubber Petroleum coke Polysaccharide deriv... > 165 > 160 160. Polyvinyl acetate Polyvinyl chloride Soot Laminated plastic Sulphur Metal dust (examples) Aluminium Bronze Iron Copper silicon alloy Magnesium Manganese Zinc 280 260 300 305 410 285 440 530 390 310 690 610 330 570 205 185 206 230 335 210 365 275 240 220 280 270 340 380 385 330 280 330 220 460 690 580 500 530 620 510 280 200 146 145 205 195 265 305 310 255 186 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/18E 19 ...... > 280 > 260 260.... > 300 300.. 200... 165. > 200 > 180 180..

Large machines. These requirements are based partially on those for electrical equipment for gases and vapours.Types of protection Types of protection For all protection types parts that are in unhindered contact with the explosive atmosphere must not reach unacceptable temperatures. The standards on protection types may raise these requirements or lower them. The explosion pressure. the situation at the work place into account and also. This has to be considered when using the equipment. the temperature may at most only reach a value which corresponds to the temperature class in which the explosive atmosphere has been classified. Categories 1 to 3 which the equipment has to fulfil can also include different general requirements. 20 . inert or a different suitable gas) inside it at a pressure above atmospheric pressure. deviations for dust and non-electric equipment are contained in the individual basic standards. Uniform protection requirements concerning several types of protection such as protection against electrostatic charging. Pressurized apparatus Marking "Ex pD" in accordance with IEC 61241-4 Principle The ingress of the surrounding atmosphere into the enclosure of electrical equipment is prevented by maintaining an ignition shield gas (air. Temperature ranges take.5 times the overpressure experienced during normal operation. or mechanical strength against impact. are summarised in this standard under general engineering requirements. For this reason they have to be treated as provisional. Applications Equipment where during normal operation sparks. a certain heating up of the equipment during operation. flushed enclosure must withstand 1. General requirements Principle All the general requirements for the equipment are summarised in this standard. The overpressure is maintained with or without constant flushing of the protective gas. permissible gap widths and permissible non-igniting currents change outside this temperature range. on the one hand. slip ring or collector motors. In this case. 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/19E Shut-down or alarm if the flushing gas flow or overpressure fails. electric arcs or hot surfaces are generated and complex industrial equipment (controls) which must be operated in potentially explosive atmospheres protected by this type of protection. Taking into account both the environmental temperature and the heating effect. on the other. more specific standards can demand either more stringent requirements or less stringent ones. and it can require different test conditions. Important design parameters Enclosure strength. individual. provision of a potential bond for metal enclosures. Information on the use of markings The markings used below for non-electrical equipment and dust explosion protection are still under discussion. switch cabinets and control cabinets and analytical apparatus. the surrounding.

thermal and mechanical . This is achieved by encapsulating the components in a compound resistant to physical .especially electrical. of limited power and complete PCBs with electronic circuits. Important design parameters Minimum degree of protection in accordance with IEC/EN 60529 ≥ IP 6X Consideration of dust accumulating on the surface and reduction of permissible surface temperature with dust layer ≥ 5 mm are possible.As a rule the casting compound is only penetrated by the cable entries The load on the components is limited or reduced Increased clearance between live parts Applications Static coils in ballasts. Important design parameters Encapsulation: . The surface temperature of the external enclosure is limited.Low water absorption .Breakdown strength . solenoid valves or motors.Casting compound must be of the stipulated thickness all round . Protection by enclosure Marking "Ex tD" in accordance with IEC 61241-1-1 Principle The enclosure is sealed so tight. relays and other control gear. 21 . that no combustible dust can enter. Applications 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/20E Various equipment where during normal operation sparks.Types of protection Encapsulation Marking "Ex mD" in accordance with IEC 61241-6 Principle Parts that could ignite an explosive atmosphere by means of sparks or heat are potted so as to prevent ignition of the explosive atmosphere.Resistance to various influences . electric arcs or hot surfaces occur and complex industrial designs (controllers) which by means of this type of protection can be utilised in potentially explosive atmospheres.and chemical influences.Cavities are only permitted to a limited extent .

03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/21E This directive includes electrical equipment. chemical or mechanical principles and at limited power Actuators working on the basis of optical. marking Intrinsic safety Marking "Ex iD" in accordance with IEC 61241-5 Principle Intrinsically safe electrical equipment contains only circuits that meet the requirements of intrinsically safe circuits. are kept permanently so low that no impermissible temperatures can occur.current related to heat Voltage and current. Intrinsically safe circuits are circuits in which no spark or thermal effect occurring under the test conditions laid down in the standard can ignite an air/dust mixture. other than electrical equipment. An impression of this protection type is provided by the fact that explosive atmospheres of subgroup IIA require only a few hundred µW for ignition. to a certain extent. systems and component. acoustic and. including a safety margin. the marking has also been unified. devices and components are uniformly defined in the standards relating to the general technical requirements. the same amount.Types of protection. 22 . This has been defined in Directive 94/9/EC on "Devices and protective systems for use in potentially explosive atmospheres“. The marking on all devices and protective systems for use in potentially explosive atmospheres must indicate the area of their designated use. monitoring and information equipment and devices Sensors working on the basis of physical. Because the European Community has agreed in the future to also formulate uniform requirements and to introduce a uniform classification for devices. The test conditions cover normal operation and certain fault conditions stipulated in the standard. Marking Contents of marking The rules for the marking of systems. and for this reason the markings are prefixed by additional symbols. Additional symbols have been introduced. in the event of open circuit or short-circuit.voltage related to electric strength . Air/dust mixtures require approx. Important design parameters Use of certain components for electrical and electronic circuits Lower permitted load on the components than in ordinary industrial applications with regard to . Applications Measuring. mechanical principles. sparks and electric arcs possess so little energy that they are unable to ignite an explosive atmosphere. and.

conforming to which the piece of equipment has been produced and is suitable for. In addition. over ground.. The type(s) of protection the equipment fulfils The test laboratory where the test certificate was issued. explosion group/subgroup and temperature class. and if necessary. the standard or revision of a standard applicable to the piece of equipment including the registration number of the certificate at the test laboratory. will continue to be found using the marking customary for electrical equipment...or mines ./. The description according to Directive 94/9/EC will for example appear as follows for all parts: 0032 II 2D IP 65 T 80 °C in accordance with Directive 94/9/EC 0032 Conformity mark notified body who certified the QA system in accordance with 94/9/EC The following device groups are distinguished Equipment group II Category/protection level 2 Flammable dusts Area Classification of the explosion hazard other areas suitable for zone 1 marking with prefix D Required marking of the equipment applied Equipment group other other other Zone 20 Zone 21 Zone 22 II II II Category 1D 2D+1D 3D+2D+1D Type of protection. the information which is required for a similar device of industrial construction must be available.electrical equipment BARTEC Type 07-5103-.G -.. class IP 65 Symbol of the notified body Certified 2000 ATEX generation Identification number of notified body 23 .. Example of a marking . which special conditions must be observed..-. II 2D IP 65 T 80 °C IBExU 00 ATEX 1081 Manufacturer and type designation 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/22E Manufactured in accordance with EN 50281-.Marking Principle The marking must indicate the following The manufacturer who has put the item of equipment on the market A designation which allows it to be identified The application zone underground I other areas II. subgroup +80 °C temp. gases and vapours .D . flameproof enclosure. dust .M The categories which indicate whether the device is only suitable for specific zones.

which by then will have become valid. TÜV Hannover/Sachsen-Anhalt with the number 0032. Until this happens the EC directives which are being fulfilled will be listed in the CE declaration of conformity. at the notified body. by conformity to EN 50014-et sqq. Depending on the conformity category.Marking -Conformity The following route to CE conformity for electrical apparatus is prescribed according to Directive 94/9/EC. g. e. Stepwise.on manufacturer’s premises Fulfilment of the requirements of Directive 94/9/EC EN 50284 el. 24 . g. where the quality assurance system according to Directive 94/9/EC has been certified. . equipment will be distributed which corresponds to the EC directives. the machinary directive and the low voltage directive.. g. "conventional types of protection" Fulfilment of the requirements of Directive 94/9/EC type of protection EN 50281. it defines which path the manufacturer has to follow towards making the CE conformity declaration. Intended use of the equipment: Conformity category to be satisfied: Requirements for the conformity declaration Zone 20 Zone 21 Zone 22 1 2 3 2 in case conductive dust 1. DMT. For BARTEC in Bad Mergentheim this is e. DMT. such as the EMC directive. The overview below shows these paths for the different electrical equipment conformity categories. the CE mark will be shown and the EC registration number issued in Brussels. g. . 2.et sqq. the Directive 94/9/EC will also be complied with and EC type examination certificates will be issued which will be marked “ATEX“. BM II 1G Fulfilment of the requirements of Directive 94/9/EC. With the EC type examination certificate according to the ATEX generation. IBExU or BASEEFA Type examination certificate by a notified body e. LCIE Not required 3.on manufacturer’s premises QA production EN 29002 Product testing in production Conformity with design QA products EN 29003 Assessment Declaration of conformity issued by Manufacturer Manufacturer Manufacturer CE mark issued by Manufacturer Manufacturer Manufacturer 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/23E During the transitional period.at the notified testing body EC type examination certificate by a notified body e.

for many years now. As a company which manufactures such equipment. these regulations must be implemented immediately. 2003 providing: the equipment is in the works’ stores "ready for use" and. What buyers and planners are referring to is the Directive 1999/92/EC passed by the European Parliament and the Council on December 16. Selection of equipment for spare parts Spare parts in the works which have not been "ATEX certified" may still be used after June 30. 25 . 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/24E 2. The following decision-making criteria apply to existing equipment: Has the equipment received the type examination certificate for the relevant zone according to the Directive 94/9/EC? No further action Has the equipment not been certified for the defined zone? Assess the risks according to Art. working hygiene and health of workers. providing the means of escape which allows workers to be evacuated before explosive conditions occur. A major component of the directive is the call for safe equipment. These involve: Estimating the potential risk from the prevailing atmospheres and from the plant. This directive is directed at all operators of plants in potentially explosive atmospheres and requires action to be taken to protect the safety. 2006 under the Ordinance on Industrial Health and Safety). 2006 (in Germany from January 1. If this is not the case.Choosing equipment Choosing equipment Most plant operators have been aware of the Directive 94/9/EC (ATEX). equipment and protective systems Creating maximum safety at the work place for employees with regard to the dangers to life and limb which could result from explosions Having the effectiveness of explosion-proofing action in the overall plant inspected by a competent person Determining how explosive materials are to be disposed of or prevented Instructing employees Issuing written instructions and work releases Equipping employees with properly conducting work clothing to prevent the hazard of electrostatic ignition If necessary. This has been enacted in German law by the Ordinance on Industrial Health and Safety. These explanatory notes are intended to assist in selecting operating equipment in consideration of this directive. plant operators must comply with minimum requirements to improve safety. we are often asked by buyers and planners to supply "ATEX certified" equipment. 1999. then to protect employees. which prescribes minimum requirements to improve the health protection and the safety of workers at risk from explosive atmospheres. 1. Selection of equipment for existing plant As of July 1. the equipment must be replaced with a device with EC type examination certificate. 3 of the directive The equipment can be restarted once this level of safety has been achieved by means of additional technical or organisational action and appropriately documented. that its deployment can be regarded as safe (see above). which deals with the design and development of devices and protective systems for potentially explosive atmospheres. naturally. Should changes be made to the plant.

Choice of equipment You can find the maximum permissible surface temperature for your equipment by using the reference figures under 1. is over 80 °C. the surface of the equipment may reach a maximum temperature of Tmax 150 °C. g. in consideration of safety factors.Choosing equipment 3 . g. Zone 20 Zone 21 Zone 22 A place in which an explosive atmosphere in the form of a cloud of combustible dust in air is present continuously. if it does occur. Selection of equipment for new plant and conversions as from July 1. Which zone is the equipment going to be installed in? In order to establish the extent of the action required to prevent effective sources of ignition. In our example. A place in which an explosive atmosphere in the form of a cloud of combustible dust in air is not likely to occur in normal operation but. the ignition temperature of which. A place in which an explosive atmosphere in the form of a cloud of combustible dust in air is likely to occur in normal operation occasionally.Conductivity/non-conductivity of the dust e.Ignition temperature . potentially explosive atmospheres must be categorised into zones depending on the frequency that explosive atmospheres occur and their duration. What kind of dust is involved? Characteristic explosion variables can be assigned to every type of combustible dust . 2003 The following questions need to be considered when selecting equipment: 1. g. will persist for a short period only. or for long periods or frequently. brown coal 2/3 * 380 °C = 254 °C The lower of the two temperatures must be used as reference when selecting equipment. 26 .Smouldering temperature . decide which category your equipment must conform to: Type of dust Conducting Zone 20 Category 1D Zone 21 Category 2D or Category 1D Category 2D or Category 1D Zone 22 Category 2D or Category 1D Category 3D or Category 2D or Category 1D Non-conducting Category 1D Now compare your requirements with the designation of the equipment II 2 D 03-0330-0338-08/05-BCS-A220236/25E IP 65 T 80 °C Deployed above ground Category 2 for dust IP protection of the equipment Maximum surface temperature of the equipment This equipment would be permissible for use in zones 21 and 22 for conductive and non-conductive dusts. in consideration of a safety factor Tmax = Smouldering temperature -75 K Tmax = 2/3 of the ignition temperature e. 3. Layers. brown coal 225 °C -75 °C = 150 °C or e. Brown coal Ignition temperature 380 °C Smouldering temperature 225 °C Conductive 2. deposits and accumulations of inflammable dust must be considered as yet another cause which can lead to the formation of an explosive atmosphere (Directive 1999/92/EC). Using the table below.

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These schwitches can be deployed in the zones 21 and 22. 0.4 A 7A inductive load L/R = 3 µs 0. 2.6 2A 3A 400 V 3A 250 V 5A 7A 5A 30 V DC switching capacity ohmic load 250 V 30 V 0. for example on pumps. 0.6 N Electrical data Rated current AC 2A AC 7A DC 0.03 up to 0. 5 V/max. The switches must be mounted into the respective devices or systems in such a way as to guarantee mechanical protection. For the connection in Ex-areas BARTEC provides a large variety of terminals and terminal boxes.15 A 250 V Isolation voltage 400 V (further electrical data on request) > 2 x 10 6 dependent on load 1000 operations/h Switching actuation force Single-break switch Double-break switch Reset force max. 4 mA/max.9 0. as well as in mechanical and high-tec engineering.defined switch sequence: chamber I switches mechanically safe 0.02 Limit switch Technical data EEx d limit switch according to DIN EN 60947-5-1 Protection class IP 66/IEC 60529 Differential value DW Release travel Release travel RLW LLW Repeat accuracy WHG (for repetetive actuation) Service life mechanical electrical max. Electrical data according to DIN EN 60947-5-1 Rated operating voltage AC 400 V Utilization category AC-15 2A 400 V DC-13 0.12 VA .Limit switch for zone 21 and 22 Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2D IP 66 T 80 °C suitable for protection class II Certification IBExU 01 ATEX 1007 X Ambient temperature -20 °C to +75 °C Contact Travels VLW Rest position LLW WHG DW NLW End position Contact break distance 2 x ≥ 0.75/A05VV-F 0. switching rate Description These limit switches have been developed for Exareas where safe and reliable signalling is required.1 to 0.5 A (further electrical data on request) 400 V 250 V 250 V Single-break switch Double-break switch min. double-break switch 415 g Housing material plastic (thermoplastics) Plunger/additional actuator stainless steel 03-0330-0339-07/03-BCS-A220237/1E Tightening torque of fixing screws 0. 0. No further tests are required.0 N max.45 0. 400 mA .03 A 5A .4 N min.9 min.6 Nm Rating of gold-coated contacts Voltage: min.45 ± 0.3 mm Contact travels (in mm) Pretravel Overtravel VLW NLW max. normally-closed. Contact material Silver or gold-coated contacts (all contact elements have a standard protective gold-coating) Double-break switch (switch options) .the product of voltage and current should not exceed 0. 30 V Current: min.5 max. normally-open. 0.for alternating current these values have to be interpreted as peak values 28 RLW Switching point . 0. plus in the zones 1 and 2.75 other cables on request Contact element snap-action contact element (double-break) as.3 mm before chamber II Weight Limit switch with 3 m cable: single-break switch 210 g. The connection cable is cast in on the back of the switch. petrol pumps. changeover contact as well as N/0 + N/C contacts for circuits with equal potentials. 3.simultaneous switch sequence: chamber I and II almost simultaneous Ambient temperature +40 °C AC switching capacity ohmic load inductive load cos ϕ = 0.8 N Electrical connection cable H05VV-F 0.

1 44 1A defined switch sequence 22 5° 3.5 0.9 8.5 22 15 47 ° 67 14 9.5 35 49 61 5° 13.2 46.5 03 22. these dimensions are reduced to 11 mm resp. 15.5 43° 8 24 16. 3 = 3 m Please specify greater lengths in plain text. Options without additional actuator 19 19 5.5° 8.5 Switch chamber 1 Switch chamber 2 Code no. code no.5 12 51. Please enter code number.3 Double-break switch 33 3° 25 27° 40 39° 2 27.2 10 20 30 40 11 simultaneous switch sequence 00 01 4 44 8.Limit switch for zone 21 and 22 Dimensions in mm Selection chart Type of contact Additional actuator * Code no.5 22 34.5 mm Contact material 1 3 Silver Gold-coated contacts 8. = 0 * Dimensions for additional actuator are reference values ** When packing several switches.3 15.5 34 35 ° 10 ° 20 66 46 Clip-on pockets 2.5 8.5 14 5 3C 71.5 23 10 45 61 04 33.5 7 62 63 64 66 2A 2B 28. Options 71 20° 10 Code no.5 44 33. Single-break switch 3. 03-0330-0339-07/03-BCS-A220237/2E 07-2511- / Length of connection cable in meters e.1 5° 3.8 14 33 14 6 16 ( ) Code for connection cable Complete order no.8 02 67 33 Single switch Double switch 8.5 12.3 5 4 23 24 9.5 5° 20 44.5 10 22 ** Insert switch Limit switch 25.2 21 22 21 33.5 Lever widths 0.5 41 24 9.5 R3 31 18° 53 2.5 48 9.5 22 20.5 71 10° 11.1 9.5 42 43 4D 73 29 .2 34.g.

Limit switch plastic encapsulated Features Positive break contacts Very robust construction IP 67 protection class 13 different actuator versions Operator protection in accordance with GS-ET 15 Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2G EEx d IIC T6/T5 II 2D IP 65 T 80 °C/95 °C Certification PTB 03 ATEX 1143 X Ambient temperature -20 °C to +65 °C/T6 -20 °C to +90 °C/T5 at 3 A Switching capacity Technical data Protection class IP 67/IEC 60529 Enclosure shock-resistant thermoplastic material. special lengths are available on request. Its high vibration resistance and long life are the result of a most extensive laboratory research.25 A 16 5. EN 60204.6 ∅10 30 . Due to its format several limit switches can be mounted in tandem formation requiring very little space. Operator protection corresponds the the GS-ET 15 requirements. We supply this robust limit switch with a standard length of 1 m. BARTEC also offers a series of limit switches with plastic bodies.75 mm² cable length: 1 m other lengths on request Colour coding of the flexible leads 11 = brown 12 = blue BN(11) (12)BU 23 = black 24 = black BK(23) (24)BK Electrical structure EN 60947-5-1 ∅10 with AC-15 250 V 230 V 24 V 6A - with DC-13 0.25 A 4A Mechanical features Switching point tolerance ± 0. switching frequency 1 800 cycles/h Vibration resistance 10 g at 10 to 2 000 Hz Shock resistance/shock stability 50 g at a shock duration 6 ms Dimensions 49 25 40 7. prewired and safely cast into the enclosure by means of epoxy resin. This allows a multiple triggering of switching operations. The integrated switching element changes over via NC contact with positive break operation.5 ∅ 5. break VDE 0113.5 mm depending on the actuator Actuality force tolerance ±1N Repeat accuracy of switching ± 0. mechanical and high-tec engineering.02 mm Protection class IP 67 according to DIN 40050 Mechanical life cycles 5 x 106 cycles Max. part 1 Connection 4 core cable H05VV-F cross section: 0.5 17.5 03-0330-0157-01/04-BCS-A129309E Nominal voltage AC 250 V/DC 220 V Nominal current AC 6 A DC 0. The connection cable is equipped with a strain relief device. self-extinguishing UL 94-VO Switching element 1 NO/1 NC contact both galvanically isolated NC contact with pos. The certification for hazardous areas and the high protection class granted thanks to its structural characteristics are the ideal prerequisites for its use in almost all fields of automation. The enclosure is made of shock impact resistant proof plastic providing an IP 67 protection class according to IEC 60529.Limit switch plastic encapsulated Description Besides the metal-enclosed precision switch of the RET series.

5 12 1.62/02 Spherical plunger 07-2961-1.62/49 Front mounting/roller lever 07-2961-1.62/18 Parallel roller lever 07-2961-1.62/47 Front mounting/spherical plunger 07-2961-1.8 12.7 19. long 07-2961-1.Limit switch Selection chart Plunger 07-2961-1.62/20 Front mounting/dome plunger 07-2961-1.9 8.5 3 5. Please enter code number. Cable length 1 meter Special lengths on request 07-2961-1 62/ 1 0 Actuator * Dimensions for additional actuator are reference values.62/03 Spherical membrane plunger 07-2961-1. 31 .5 0 16 14.5 N 4.62/14 Membrane roller lever.62/04 Roller plunger 07-2961-1.62/01 plastic encapsulated Membrane plunger 07-2961-1.6 Actuating force Plunger travel Plunger position reference to fixing holes Complete order no.62/10 Membrane roller lever 07-2961-1.62/09 Membrane roller plunger 07-2961-1.62/51 Contact travel diagram 03-0330-0157-01/04-BCS-A129309E mm 17.62/16 Membrane roller toggle lever 07-2961-1.

measure at the end of the cable a cable length of 1 metre Mechanical data Switching point tolerance ± 0.5 75 Ag Au 0.16 A 230 V 2 4 1 Description Limit switches of the RET range are metalencapsulated precision switches with a robust and compact explosion-proof structures.with bottom screw socket . 1 3 4 Cable outlet bottom side Code no.6 ø 10 Code no. IP 67. We supply this robust limit switch with a standard cable length of one meter.5 A DC (ohmic) 0.0 A 6.5 mm depending on the actuator Switching force tolerance ±1N Repeat accuracy ± 0.5 A 1. 1 7.5 A 4.16 A 0.bottom . 1 2 3 4 Cable length 1m special lengths on request Code no. The integrated basic switch has a single-pole changeover contact with high switching accuracy and a precise repeatability of the switching point. 32 07-295 - 30/ Actuator . allows the switch to be used in nearly all fields of automation.0 A 5.side . BU Cable outlet .) 0. hard-coated Switching element integrated micro-switch Connection 4-core cable (H05VV-F) cross section: 0. Special cable lengths and switches with lateral cable outlets are available on request.5 A DC (induct. mechanical and high-tec engineering. Our connection cable comes prewired. The high protection class. is equipped with a strain-relief device and safely cast into the enclosure.1 mm Protection class IP 67 according to DIN 40050 Mechanical life 106 switching cycles Vibration resistance 10 g at 10 to 2 000 Hz Shock resistance/shock stability 50 g at a shock duration of 6 ms Limit switch metal encapsulated Features very robust construction IP 67 type of protection a choice of cable exit positions 16 different actuator versions Technical data Protection class IP 67/IEC 60529 Enclosure aluminium-alloy.1 A 25 46 55 16 with bottom screw socket with lateral screw socket 0 Complete order no.1 A Au 0.5 A Dimensions in mm 40 03-0330-0158-01/04-BCS-A129310E Selection chart ø 10 Contact material Ag ø 5.0 A 6.2 A 0. Please enter code numbers. Its high vibration resistance and long mechanical life are the result of extensive laboratory tests.Limit switch metal encapsulated Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2G/D EEx d IIC T6 IP 65 T 80 °C Certification PTB 03 ATEX 1142 X Ambient temperature -20 °C to +60 °C for T6 -20 °C to +90 °C for T5 at 3 A Electrical data Type of contact single-pole changeover contact Contact resistance 60 mΩ.75 mm² cable length: 1 m other lengths on request Coloured flexible leads 1 = blue BN 2 = brown 4 = black PE = green/yellow BK Equipotential bonding external EEx terminals Utilization category AC-15 5A 250 V DC-13 0.with lateral screw socket Switching capacity AC 250 V 220 V 110 V 60 V 24 V 12 V 6.

5 1-2 1-4 actuating force plunger travel * Dimensions for an additional actuator are reference values 33 ....30/02 Spherical plunger 07-2951-..30/47 2 x 6 KT-Mutter 2 x Sicherungsscheibe ** Front-mounting spherical plunger 07-2951-.2 N with lateral screw socket with bottom screw socket 5...30/14 * Membrane roller lever...5 actuating force contact travel 1..30/04 stainless steel ball ∅ 8 mm * Roller plunger 07-2951-.Limit switch metal encapsulated Dimensional drawings and contact travel diagrams Plunger 07-2951-.5 9..30/16 * * Membrane toggle roller lever 07-2951-..30/03 Spherical membrane plunger 07-2951-.30/09 Membrane roller plunger 07-2951-..30/49 ** Front-mounting-roller lever 07-2951-....30/10 * Membrane roller lever 07-2951-.30/36 * Front-mounting dome plunger 07-2951-. long 07-2951-.30/20 * Feeler lever 07-2951-..30/34 * * Feeler plastic lever 07-2951-.30/18 Parallel roller lever 07-2951-.30/32 * Feeler-butt lever 07-2951-.30/51 ** * Contact travel diagram mm 0 03-0330-0158-01/04-BCS-A129310E * ** Contact travel diagram 18 ° 1-2 1-4 10° 0° Cable outlet bottom * N side 1.30/01 Membrane plunger 07-2951-.

Gold-plated or gold-nickel contacts are available for the switching of low currents of voltages.15 A Isolation voltage 400 V 400 V 250 V Features Dimensions and mounting dimensions according to DIN EN 50041 Compatible with non-Ex DIN limit switches Different switching elements (further electrical data on request) Electrical data Nominal current AC 2A AC 7A DC 0.4 A 7A inductive load L/R = 3 µs 0. Different actuators are available for the variety of actuating possibilities. 34 . Its 30 x 60 mm mounting dimensions make the switch directly compatible to the position switch corresponding to the same DIN standard. 03-0330-0160-10/99-BCS-A129312E Ambient temperature +40 °C Switching capacity AC ohmic load inductive load cos ϕ = 0. switching frequency 1 000 h Mechanical life max. forces see table Max. After the removal of four screws these knobs can be rotated by 90 °C allowing so four different directions of actuation.6 2A 3A 400 V 3A 250 V 5A 5A 7A 30 V Switching capacity DC ohmic load 250 V 30 V 0. 10 6 switching cycles depending on plunger operating speed and angle Electrical life dependent on load Electrical connection connection cable HO5VV-F/AO5VV-F Enclosure material aluminium or plastic BARTEC has designed a very extensive range of EEx e terminal boxes of polyester and aluminium for the connection of the position switch within the EEx area. Standard length of the connection cables are 3 m. A microswitch with connection cable type 07-2511 (IBExU 01 ATEX 1007 X) is mounted as switching element.5 A (further electrical data on request) 400 V 250 V 250 V Description All dimensions and actuating elements of the EEx d position switch correspond to the DIN EN 50041 standard. The switch is equipped with snap-action contacts with several switching element versions.03 A 5A Switching elements see table Travels.Position switch for zone 21 and 22 Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2D IP 66 T 80°C Enclosure Typ 07-2511 Certification IBExU 01 ATEX 1007 X Ambient temperature -20 °C to +75 °C Position switch Technical data Protection class IP 66/IEC 60529 Electrical data for DIN EN 60947-5-1 Rated operating voltage AC 400 V Utilisation category AC-15 2A DC-13 0.

Position switch for zone 21 and 22
Selection chart
16
23

Dimensions* Plunger
ø 10

Type of contact Interrupter chamber 1 Interrupter chamber 2

Actuators Code Max. Pretravel Overtravel Differential Max. plunger no. operating operating approx. speed force Code no.

7.5

ø 5.3 60 2

74.5

10
38

30

17 N

1 mm

5 mm

0.4 mm

5 m/s

10

Roll lever
ø 18 16 4

20

45

30
ø 5.3 74.5

60

7.5

17 N

1 mm

5 mm

0.4 mm

5 m/s

20

2

11
30 40 38

Axle lever
85 ° 85 °

60 16
ø 18

22
8
30.5

17,5

ø 5.3

21

6N

10°

70°

5 m/s

30

7.5

2

74.5

60

30 40 38

33
other actuators on request ( ) specification for cable tail

Complete order no.
Please enter code number.

07-2911-

/

Special versions, please specify clearly
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gold-plated contacts gold-nickel contacts different ambient temperature

Length of connection cable in meters, e.g. code no. 3 = 3 m please specify greater length in text, plain text code no. 0

1 2 * Dimensions for actuator are reference values

Aluminium enclosure Plastic enclosure (only for contact type 10, 20, 30)

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Limit Monitor for rotary actuator for zone 21 and 22

Limit Monitor

Description
The limit value transmitters of types 07-31..-.../... are deployed in conjunction with pneumatic actuators on valves and fittings. They serve to signal the „open/closed“ status of a fitting. This end position is communicated via two (max. six) pressure-proof enclosed limit switches with the appropriate connection and mounting elements, or by intrinsically safe initiators according to NAMUR. To ensure mechanical adaptability to the pneumatic actuators, we supply 4 consoles according to VDI/VDE 3845. The limit value transmitters and their components confirm to the pertinent standards EN 60947-5-1. The limit value transmitters have likewise been designed for connecting intrinsically safe power circuits. In this case they are given a special designation. BARTEC’s limit value transmitters can be deployed in explosion-endangered areas of zones 21 and 22 in accordance with the certified max. surface temperature.

Explosion protection
Ex protection type Certification II 2D IP 65 T 80 °C IBExU 02 ATEX 1126

Technical data
Protection class Material Enclosure IP 65 according to EN 60529 and IEC 60529 Typ 07-31A aluminium plated ALSi 12 Typ 07-31B polyester black Typ 07-31D high-quality stainless steel according to ISO 5211 (DIN 3337) or VDI/VDE 3845 Ex-glands M20 x 1.5 and M16 x 1.5

Mounting bracket and connection dimensions Connection

Selection chart

for standard version of polyester limit monitors
Console (dimensions in mm) A B 50 30 30 20 H 75 55 55 45 07-31B1-2209/9004 07-31B1-2209/9003 07-31B1-2209/9002 07-31B1-2209/9001 07-31B1-2209/9007 Order no.

Polyester enclosure, black, 220 x 120 x 90 mm, for zone 1 + 2 and 21 + 22 Table 1 Console VDI/VDE 3845 Console VDI/VDE 3845 Console VDI/VDE 3845 Console VDI/VDE 3845 Connection dimensions ISO 5211

FO5

130 130 80 80 -

Polyester enclosure, black, 110 x 75 x 55 mm, for zone 1 + 2 and 21 + 22 Table 2
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Console VDI/VDE 3845 Console VDI/VDE 3845 Console VDI/VDE 3845 Console VDI/VDE 3845 Connection dimensions ISO 5211

F05

130 130 80 80 -

50 30 30 20 -

75 55 55 45 -

07-31B1-1105/9005 07-31B1-1105/9004 07-31B1-1105/9003 07-31B1-1105/9002 07-31B1-1105/9001

Polyester enclosure, black, 110 x 75 x 55 mm, for zone 1 + 2 and 21 + 22 Table 3 Console VDI/VDE 3845 Console VDI/VDE 3845 Console VDI/VDE 3845 Console VDI/VDE 3845 Connection dimensions ISO 5211 130 130 80 80 50 30 30 20 75 55 55 45 07-31B2-1105/9005 07-31B2-1105/9004 07-31B2-1105/9003 07-31B2-1105/9002 07-31B2-1105/9001

F05

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Limit Monitor for rotary actuator for zone 21 and 22
Polyester enclosure
220
M 20 20 x 1.5 M x 1,5

Dimensions in mm

220 x 120 x 90 mm 2 microswitches Switching function: changeover contact

Built-in components

90 90

Rated nominal values
37

(H)

Rated operating voltage U e Rated operating current I e Utilization category

AC 250 V 4A 5A

AC 400 V 2A

DC 125 V

DC 250 V 0.15 A DC-13

A

B

2.5 A 0.1 A

A

AC-15 AC-14 AC-15 AC-14 DC-14

Cable connection via EEx e modular terminals. An EEx e cable gland is provided for the cable connection M 20 x 1.5 (6-12).
120

The version with enclosure dimensions 220 x 120 x 90 mm optionally provides additional terminals for the connection of a magnetic valve.

Polyester enclosure
A-A A-A
55 55

110 x 75 x 55 mm 2 microswitches Switching function: NO contact

110 M 16 x 1.5

Built-in components

27 27

Rated nominal values
Rated operating voltage U e Rated operating current I e Utilization category AC 250 V 4A 5A AC 400 V 2A DC 125 V DC 250 V 0.15 A DC-13

(H)(H)

B B

2.5 A 0.1 A

ø 14 A

AC-15 AC-14 AC-15 AC-14 DC-14

Cable connection via EEx e terminals. Cable inlet via EEx e cable gland M 16 x 1.5 (5 - 10)
75 75

A

A

Polyester enclosure
A A -AA 55
55

110 x 75 x 55 mm slot proximity switch no contact, inductive according to DIN 19234, NAMUR

110

M 16 x 1,5

M 16 x 1.5

Built-in components

27 27

Ø ø 14
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A M 16 x 1.5
75

75

A A

A A

(H)(H)

B B

Cable connection via EEx e terminals. Cable inlet via EEx e cable gland M 16 x 1.5 (5 - 10)

37

Control stations for zone 21 and 22

ComEx control stations

Actuators

Technical data
Shock resistance 7 Nm Enclosure material Enclosure: thermoplast Seals: EPDM (NBR) Protection class IP 66/IP 67

Modules

Technical data
Switch module Rated insulation voltage 690 V

Description
The ComEx program ComEx is a flexible system offering standard as well as customer-specific local control and indicating units. You have the choice between three standard enclosures which can accomodate up to three different control and indicating units. Combinations of up to three ComEx enclosures are possible. Either stuffing glands sizes M 20 x 1.5 and M 25 x 1.5 of plastic or cable glands of metal are available for the electrical connection. The plastic glands require no lock nuts. Metal glands are screwed into a metal earth plate sheet inside of the enclosure. Maximum amount of cable clands M 20: two off. To ensure easier operation on site, each enclosure can be equipped with an individual info-label. An electrostatic charge is guaranteed by reduction of the surface resistance of the enclosure material. A maximum surface temperature T = 80 °C is guaranteed through installation of the relevant components.

Features
3 standard enclosures Easy to install Extremely flexible Customer - tailored solutions

Rated operating voltage 400 V AC-12 16 A 400 V AC-15 10 A 110 V DC-13 0.5 A 24 V DC-13 1A 10 A 230 V Utilization category Rated operating current Nominal currents Ithe 16 A/+40 °C, 11 A/+60 °C Contact arrangement contacts with positive break operation 1 NO and 1NC 2 NO or 2 NC Indicator light Rated insulation voltage AC 12 V to 250 V DC 12 V to 60 V AC/DC 12 V to 24 V Lamp Electrical life > 10 5 hours illumated Illuminated button Rated insulation voltage AC 12 V to 250 V DC 12 V to 60 V AC/DC 12 V to 24 V Lamp Electrical life > 10 5 hours illumated Contact element Contacts 1 NC or 1 NO Nominal voltage Nominal current Operating voltage Nominal current Measuring range AC-15, 230 V 1A 420 V 0.7 A to 10.7 A 0 - 1 A to 0 - 16 A Ambient temperature range (-55 °C to +50 °C) (-55 °C to +50 °C) (-55 °C to +60 °C) LED Ambient temperature range (-55 °C to +50 °C) (-55 °C to +50 °C) (-55 °C to +60 °C) LED

Explosion protection
Ex protection type II 2D IP 66 T 80 °C Certification PTB 00 ATEX 1068 Permissible ambient temperature -20 °C to +60 °C

Enclosure

Technical data
Connection Terminals 2.5 mm2 PE conductor terminals 4 x 2.5 mm2 Rated insulation voltage max. AC 690 V Nominal current max. 16 A Cable entry standard version: M 20 x 1.5 for cable ∅ 6 to 12 mm special versions: M 20 x 1.5 for cable with ∅ 5 to 9 mm M 25 x 1.5 for cable with ∅ 13 to 18 mm M 25 x 1.5 for cable with ∅ 9 to 16 mm Enclosure thermoplastics Protection class IP 67

Fully preassembled ComEx units On the following pages you will find our complete range of fully preassembled ComEx units. The units are equipped with 1 to 3 elements. Standard cable entries are plastic glands type M 20 x 1.5 for a 6 to 12 mm diameter cable.
03-0330-0341-10/04-BCS-A220239/1E

Measuring instrument

38

0 + I latching Position selector. white Emergency Stop marked ‘NOT-AUS EMERGENCY STOP’ P7 N8 Switch module 1 NC/1 NO 2 NC 2 NO Indicator light red green yellow white blue Illuminated button red green yellow white blue Terminal block with 6 modular terminals 2.lockable in both positions.lockable in its depressed position. for emergency stop functions. lock 4A 485 Mushroom pushbutton. key retactable in its depressed position lock 4A 185 . black K3 R G Y W B P8 Position selector 2 positions. Actuator or lamp Switch module or indicator light or terminal block Measuring instrument 39 triple unit triple unit double unit double unit single unit Illuminated button actuator red green yellow white blue Blanking plug black.Control stations for zone 21 and 22 Selection chart Description actuators Kennziffer Code no.lockable in its initial position. Pushbutton with rubber membrane and with four loose labels: red. Selection chart Description modules Kennziffer Code no. to cover unused holes in the front panel . green. K4 Control unit 07-3511-10 Control unit LR LG LY LW LB TR TG TY TW TB B1 07-3512-10 Control unit 07-3512-10 Control unit 07-3513-10 Control unit 07-3513-10 Please enter code numbers. 3 positions I-0-II I + II latching I + II momentary-contact I latching. key retactable in both positions lock 4A 185 . yellow. II momentary-contact I momentary-contact. II latching Keyswitch (DOM lock) . EEx e II 4 1 2 Locking-type mushroom pushbutton (DOM lock) push in without key. key retactable in its initial position lock 4A 185 Lock (RONIS) lockable in both positions key retactable in both positions lock 445 Lamp red green yellow white blue 03-0330-0341-07/03-BCS-A220239/2E S9 R G Y W B S0 S1 S2 S3 6 K0 Measuring instrument 1A 5A MM 1 MM 5 K1 K2 Complete order no.5 mm². unlock with key.

5 kW 1ph/3 kW le = AC-23/400 V/10 A Control switch according to DIN EN 60947-5-1 (auxiliary current switch) AC-15 400 V 10 A AC-12 400 V 16 A DC-13 24 V 1A Rated insulation current Ui = 690 V Ue = 400 V Rated impulse strength Uimp = 6 kV Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2D IP 66 T 80 °C 03-0330-0342-07/03-BCS-A220260/1E Conditional rated short/circuit current at 400 V i e = 4 kA Short circuit current (general-purpose l.5 for cables with ø 5 to 9 mm M25 x 1. The opener contacts are with positive break. The switch actuator offers latched and momentary-contact positions with different switch positions. 16 A Cable entry Standard version: M20 x 1.5 mm2 PE conductor terminals 4 x 2. such as control units. AC 690 V Nominal current max.5 mm 2 Rated insulation voltage max.Control switch.b. 16 A Nominal thermal current (+40 °C) I the = 16 A (+60 °C) I the = 11 A Certification PTB 00 ATEX 1068 Permissible ambient temperature -20 °C to +60 °C 40 . or in combination with other command devices.h. 4 pole for zone 21 + 22 Technical data Connection Terminals 2.c back-up fuse for the protection of cables and circuits) max.5 for cables with ø 6 to 12 mm Control switch Features Contacts with positive break Latched and momentary-contact positions Simple assembly Customer-specific solutions Special version: M20 x 1.2 kW 400 V 3ph/5. The control switch is supplied in double or triple enclosures.b.5 for cables with ø 9 to 16 mm Enclosure material Thermoplastic Protection type IP 66 Contact material AgSnO2 Switching function 4 switch contats NC/NO in different switch permutations Latching and momentary-contact functions with different switch positions Contacts contacts with positive break Description This control switch has been designed for safe and reliable switch arrangements in zones 21 and 22. Four switch contacts as opening and closing elements in different permutations permit a variety of functions. Switch isolator DIN EN 60947-3 (main motor switch) P/AC-3/AC-23 A AC-3 AC-23 230 V 3ph/3kW 1ph/2.5 for cables with ø 13 to 18 mm M25 x 1.

AUTO SENKEN .I STOP .EIN HAND .AUTO .III .0 .EIN OFF .II I .0.BETRIEB .ON 0 .AUTO STOP .AUTO HAND .III 0 . 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Switching arrangement for switch isolator 400 010 009 008 007 006 005 004 003 002 001 Switching arrangement of control switch Code no.II .Control switch.0 .EIN OFF .EIN AUS .REMOTE .I .ON HAND .0 .OFF . 4 pole for zone 21 + 22 Selection chart Labelling 0-I I .HAND LOCAL . Complete order no.LOCAL AUS .VERRIEGELT Code no.EIN AUF .AB OUT . 401 Other 100 switching arrangements available.II 0 .HEBEN REMOTE .I .AUTO .START AUS .IN -START ENTRIEGELT .START HAND .AUTO . Control unit double unit Control unit triple unit 03-0330-0342-07/03-BCS-A220260/2E 07-3512-10G 07-3513-10G Labbeling position selector Switching arrangement Switch module or indicator light 0 Please enter code numbers Other labbelings and switching arrangements on request 41 .BETRIEB .II 0 .IV AUS .I .II .0 .0 .

I 1 x red marked STOP. for all actuating elements 05-1105-0020 42 . for device information 03-3600-0021 03-0330-0343-07/03-BCS-A220261/1E Marking tag for an additional label. Fixing nut M 30 to fix the actuating elements in enclosures 05-1138-0009 Printed pushbutton labels 6 loose pushbutton labels 1 x green marked START. ON. OFF. O 05-0091-0019 Spanner 05-1191-0001 Label holder Label holder for actuating elements with label insert 05-0044-0001 Contrast label for Emergency Stop NOT-AUS yellow ∅ 90 mm 03-5412-0057 Label unmarked.accessories Selection chart Illustrations Description Order no.ComEx actuating elements .

accessories Selection chart Illustrations Description ComEx flange set for the connection of two ComEx enclosures includes 1 threaded sleeve. 1 lock nut and 1 O-ring Locking device (without padlock) for ComEx enclosure NIRO frame. 05-0091-0046 Locking device (without padlock) for control boxes NIRO frame. transparent hood of high-quality thermoplast 05-0037-0007 Order no.5 * recommended distance for mushroom pushbutton and emergency switch 100 mm 43 . transparent hood of high-quality thermoplast 05-0037-0006 Protective metal shroud for emergency stop actuating element to prevent accidental switching 05-0032-0009 External Earth Stud for outside-connection 05-0012-0124 Mounting dimensions for switching and light elements according to EN 60947-5-1 40* * 03-0330-0343-07/03-BCS-A220261/2E ø 30 70 3 16.ComEx actuating elements .5 16.

Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2GD EEx ed IIC T6 IP 66/67 T 85 °C Certifications Type 07-8101-. (DXN6) LCIE 02 ATEX 6029 X Technical data Protection class IP 66/67 Temperature range -40 °C to +40 °C Electrical data Switching performance in accordance with IEC/EN 60947-3 Voltage 440 V 20 A AC-23 32 A AC-23 32 A AC-23 03-0330-0344-07/03-BCS-A220262/1E Max.. 07-8102-5.. Their integrated switch function gives them the ability to switch overloads as per IEC/EN 60947-3 Cat. 07-8103-5.. 07-8103-1. Plugs The modular design of the plug-and-socket system allows choosing between plugs and couplers. H in accordance with the American standards...... They are supplied in unmounted state...Plug-and-socket devices for zone 1 + 2 and for zone 21 + 22 Plug-and-socket devices Description BARTECs plug-and-socket devices for areas in which an explosion hazard exists are particularly well-suited for use in raw atmospheres because of their high degree of IP protection and their resistance to chemicals.5 (8 to 13 mm) M 25 x 1. D and Class II Div... Groups E.5 (17 to 25 mm) Type 07-8101-5... B. Likewise for Class I Div.. F..5 Type 07-8101-1. Silver-plated butting contacts ensure a constant contact pressure with low transfer resistances. (DXN3) LCIE 00 ATEX 6010 X Type 07-8103-. but also for zones 21 and 22. 2. 44 ..5 (13 to 19 mm) M 32 x 1..5 32 A AC-22 10 10 60 A AC-22 16 16 Rigid 4 16 16 25 25 2.5 2.. 2 Groups A. Plug-and-socket devices from BARTEC are approved in accordance with the European directives not only for zones 1 and 2. Wall socket BARTEC supplies both a fully certified wall socket and a socket with a 30° adapter to flange onto housings. Wall socket 16 A 32 A 60 A M 25 x 1. conductor cross-section (mm 2) 500 V 20 A AC-22 32 A AC-22 32 A AC-22 60 A AC-22 60 A AC-22 690 V Flexible 2.. C.5 M 25 x 1.5 Auxiliary contacts Type 07-8101 07-8102 07-8102 with auxiliary contact 60 A AC-23 60 A AC-23 07-8103 07-8103 with auxiliary contact The following plastic screwed connections are available for the electrical connection: Plug housing 16 A 32 A 60 A M 20 x 1. (DXN1) LCIE 99 ATEX 6027 X Type 07-8102-.5 M 25 x 1. AC 22 or AC 23.. 07-8102-1.

. 07-8102-3. 1 2 3 Plug Wall socket Socket with 30°-adapter Code no.5 200 105 6.Plug-and-socket devices for zone 1 + 2 and for zone 21 + 22 Dimensions plug Plug A 127 128 149 B 51 68 83 ∅ 8 to 13 13 to 19 17 to 25 Type 07-8101-5.... Complete order no. 108 120 45 119 141 76 136 156 76 169 92 209 86 230 85 107 65 107 65 Selection chart Amperage Code Execution no.0 07-8102-1. Dimensions wall socket Wall socket A B CA CAb CP D 68 57 73 82 E1 E1b E2 56 78 70 88 H 37. 0 1 - 16 A 32 A 60 A 03-0330-0344-07/03-BCS-A220262/2E Other device voltages...5 07-8101-1.5 5..5 5.. 51 12 32 Assignment L + N + PE (230 V) 2 + PE (400 V) 3 + PE (400 V) 3 + N + PE (400 V) Code no.5 07-8103-1. 07-8103-3. 1 2 3 4 Auxiliary contacts without with two auxiliary contacts* Code no..0 TA Y Z ∅ d Type 127 131 45 138 132 84 165 162 89 90 36 107 70 122 77 M25 x 1.5 24. M25 x 1.. 07-8103-5.5 180 111 4.5 17.. 07-810 - Please enter code number. M25 x 1. 07-8102-5. Dimensions socket with 30° adapter Socket with 30° adapter A B CA CAb CP D 68 57 73 82 90 D1 D2 75 50 95 95 E1 36 63 63 E1b E2 56 78 95 95 Y Z ∅d 4..5 236 114 6...5 Type 07-8101-3.. 45 . Auxiliary contacts* only possible for 32 A and 60 A models.. plug socket distributors for zone 1 and 2 and 21 and 22 available on request...

powder-coated RAL 2000 Standard seals EPDM -20 °C to +85 °C. control. to EN 50014 Impact energy 7 Nm Protection class EN 60529/IEC 60529 IP 65 Features The right size enclosures Optimum functionality thanks to the great variety of components Customised planning and implementation Description For the explosion-proof. aluminium and stainless steel enclosures.or stainless steel enclosures Now also certified for fittings in general industrial quality ! Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2D IP 65 T 80 °C Certification for zone 21 and 22 IBExU 00 ATEX 1079 Ambient temperature -20 °C to +40 °C Technical data Material Glass-fibre reinforced polyester surface resistance < 109 Ω halogen-free Colour: RAL 9005. 125 A depending on accessories 03-0330-0345-10/04-BCS-A220263/1E 46 . Depending on your needs and requirements. Mg < 6 Gew. die and shell casting ALSi 12.4404/ ALSi 316 with hinged door. Electrical data Nominal voltage up to 1000 V Nominal current max. aluminium. alarm.Local control stations for zone 21 and 22 Local control stations with polyester-. silver grey special varnish and seawater-resistant varnish on request Stainless steel enclosure with door high-quality stainless steel 1. Fields of application For installations in machinery. we provide different enclosure sizes. The components are mounted either on DIN rails or installed on the front door panel. local controllers BARTEC offers an extensive range of polyester. delivered with mounting plate of sheet steel. Owing to the large number of variants. Silikon -55 °C to +100 °C Mechanical resistance acc. Depending on the customer’s specific needs of control equipment and components.-% Colour: RAL 7001. equipment and plant construction. black Aluminium. display units and bus interface modules. The control stations will be equipped according to your individual requirements with control. BARTEC not only supplies you with the control units but also offers their complete wiring to rail mounted terminals. the enclosures are ideally suited for local control stations and bus connecting modules.

07-3S03-1209 07-3S03-1609 07-3S03-2609 07-3S03-3609 07-3S03-5609 07-3S03-2512 07-3S03-4012 07-3S03-4112 07-3S03-6012 Aluminium enclosure Ext. 07-3S36-2015 07-3S36-3815 07-3S36-3021 07-3S36-3821 07-3S36-3822 07-3S36-6021 07-3S36-6121 07-3S36-7630 07-3S36-8030 Other enclosure sizes on request! Mounting dimensions for switching and light elements according to DIN 50007 and IEC 60337 . 07-3S01-1209 07-3S01-1609 07-3S01-2609 07-3S01-3609 07-3S01-2011 07-3S01-2811 07-3S01-3311 07-3S01-4011 07-3S01-4111 07-3S01-6011 07-3S01-6111 Stainless steel enclosure with door Ext. dimensions (mm) Width Height Depth 122 160 260 360 200 280 330 400 400 600 600 120 160 160 160 230 230 230 230 310 230 310 90 90 90 90 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 Order no.2C All information on the installed elements can be found in the range of ComEx control and indicator devices. dimensions (mm) Width Height Depth 200 380 300 360 380 600 600 760 800 300 300 380 380 600 600 760 760 1000 155 155 210 210 210 210 210 300 300 Order no. dimensions (mm) Width Height Depth 122 160 260 360 560 255 400 400 600 120 160 160 160 160 250 250 405 250 90 90 90 90 90 120 120 120 120 Order no. Example: Dimensions 255 x 250 x 120 mm Project Planning Information for control stations Typ of enclosure Dimensions Enclosure material 03-0330-0345-10/04-BCS-A220263/2E 07-3S Width Height Depth Nominal voltage Threaded glands Accessories code/position AC V / DC V 47 .Local control stations for zone 21 and 22 Selection chart Polyester enclosure Ext.

48 . the use of high quality sealing material and fixing channels positioned outside the sealing area guarantees that the enclosure is permamently dust-free. or under severe strong mechanical stress. The enclosures provide reliable safe protection. black Lid screws stainless steel. 03-0330-0346-07/03-BCS-A220264/1E Technical data Material glass-fibre reinforced polyester.. surface resistance < 109 Ω Colour RAL 9005. The same distribution boxes can also be supplied for zone 1. (with terminals for intrinsically safe power circuits) Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2D IP 65 T 80 °C Certification IBExU 00 ATEX 1081 Ambient temperature -55 °C to +40 °C Description Polyester distribution boxes are designed in the type of protection "Protection through by enclosures". even when used under extremely adverse environmental conditions.. according to customers’ wishes. according to EN 50281-1-1. 1100 V BARTEC equips the distribution boxes with terminals and cable screw connections cable glands. High grade polyester material.Polyester distribution boxes for zone 21 and 22 Polyester distribution boxes Features High mechanical strength ensures long service life ATEX certified Short delivery times Polyester distribution boxes Type 07-5103-. and 07-5105. IP 66/67 possible Rated voltage max.. captive cross-head (+ -) Mechanical resistance impact energy 7 Nm Protection class according to EN 60529 max..

5 07-510.-1100/7555 07-510.Polyester distribution boxes for zone 21 and 22 Selection chart Dimensions Type 1 Dimensions enclosure L 07-510.5 8.6 Dimensions Type 2 Dimensions enclosure L B 120 120 120 160 160 160 160 251 250 406 405 250.-1600/7555 07-510.8 6.-1601/6090 07-510.5 91 120 92 91 121 160 120 165 120 Enclosure mounting dimensions L1 106 106 204 140 140 240 340 236 235 381.5 8 9 D1 4.6 4.-1900/7555 80 110 160 190.5 6.5 381.-5601/6090 07-510.5 6.5 15.5 21 21 21 21 21 20 21 20 21 D1 6.5 381.-1221/2090 07-510.5 6.5 6.-1601/6012 07-510.5 15.6 4.-3601/6090 07-510.-0800/7555 07-510.5 H 90 120 90.5 98 148 178 B1 45 45 45 45 H1 8.5 07-510.-2201/2090 07-510.5 6.5 255 401 400 402 Dimensions Type 3 Dimensions enclosure L B 75 160 250 H 50 90 120 Enclosure mounting dimensions L1 218 541 580 B1 39 110 200 H1 10 20 20 D1 6.-2601/6090 07-510.5 6.5 6.5 6.-1601/6012 07-510.5 6.5 200 356 355 201 H1 15.-2300/7550 07-510.5 B1 82 82 82 110 110 110 110 200.3 6.5 B 75 75 75 75 H 55 55 55 55 Enclosure mounting dimensions L1 68.5 160.-2601/6090 07-510.5 260 361 256.-1221/2012 07-510.6 4.-2552/5012 07-510.-3601/6090 07-510.5 6.-6002/5012 03-0330-0346-07/03-BCS-A220264/2E 230 560 600 49 .-2552/5012 122 122 220 160.5 6.

5 mm2 TS* Terminals per rail TS 8 13 21 26 32 14 14 30 24 1 1 1 1 11 11 25 20 Terminals 4 mm2 TS* Terminals per rail TS 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 07070707- -1601/6012 -2601/6090 -3601/6090 -2552/5012 1 1 1 2 24 43 60 43 1 1 1 2 20 34 50 35 07- -2552/5016 2 43 2 35 0707070707- -4002/5012 -4002/5016 -4004/0512 -4004/0516 -6002/5012 2 2 3 3 2 67 67 67 67 108 2 2 3 3 1 56 56 56 56 91 03-0330-0346-07/03-BCS-A220264/3E * TS = mounting rail 50 ..... Polyester distribution boxes Type 07-5103-.. 070707070707070707-0800/7555 -1100/7555 -1600/7555 -1900/7555 -2300/7550 -1221/2090 -1221/2012 -2201/2090 -1601/6090 Terminals 2. and 07-5105.Polyester distribution boxes for zone 21 and 22 Rail-mounted terminal components/maximum number Article no..

51 .5 M20 x 1.5 M40 x 1.5 M25 x 1.5 M20 x 1.5 M50 x 1.5 07- -0800/7555 A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D 4 1 6 1 12 1 15 1 13 4 13 4 28 4 18 8 18 8 33 8 48 8 53 12 53 12 88 12 80 12 88 26 135 42 130 12 2 1 4 1 6 1 8 1 9 4 9 4 18 4 14 8 14 8 26 8 38 8 34 12 34 12 58 12 58 12 58 20 89 38 84 12 2 3 5 6 5 2 5 2 12 2 8 5 8 5 17 5 24 5 23 10 23 10 38 10 38 10 38 16 58 34 56 10 2 3 4 5 5 2 5 2 11 2 8 4 8 4 14 4 20 4 20 8 20 8 35 8 36 8 35 14 53 30 52 8 1 2 4 5 4 2 4 2 10 2 6 4 6 4 12 4 18 4 18 8 18 8 30 8 30 8 30 10 46 24 46 8 1 2 3 4 2 2 5 4 2 4 2 7 2 10 2 9 4 9 4 17 4 17 4 17 6 26 8 24 4 1 1 3 2 1 2 1 4 6 7 3 7 3 13 3 8 3 13 4 20 5 18 3 1 1 3 1 2 3 5 4 2 4 2 6 2 6 2 6 2 9 3 10 2 1 1 2 1 1 3 4 3 3 5 5 5 2 7 6 - 1 1 1 1 2 3 2 2 4 4 4 - 07- -1100/7555 07- -1600/7555 07- -1900/7555 07- -1221/2090 07- -1221/2012 07- -2201/2090 07- -1601/6090 07- -1601/6012 07- -2601/6090 07- -3601/6090 07- -2552/5012 07- -2552/5016 07- -4002/5012 07- -4002/5016 07- -4004/0512 07- -4004/0516 0703-0330-0346-07/03-BCS-A220264/4E -6002/5012 Each enclosure side wall has only a limited number of gland entries to ensure the mechanical stability of the enclosure.Polyester distribution boxes for zone 21 and 22 A Cable glands/maximum number C B amplified clamping range amplified clamping range D Polyester distribution boxes Article no.5 M32 x 1. Polyester distribution boxes Side M12 x 1.5 M63 x 1.5 M16 x 1.5 M16 x 1.

.. plus the fastening channels situated outside the sealing area. The same distributors can also be supplied for zone 1. (with terminals for intrinsically safe power circuits) Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2D IP 65 T 80 °C Description Aluminium distributors from BARTEC are executed in the „Protection through enclosure“ type of protection according to EN 50281-1-1. The high quality of materials and sealants used. BARTEC fits terminals and cable glands to its distributors according to customer specifications. cross-head (+ -) Mechanical resistance impact energy 7 Nm Protection class according to EN 60529 max. and Type 07-5102. provide a permanently dust-tight enclosure.. captive.Aluminium distribution boxes for zone 21 and 22 Aluminium distribution boxes Features High mechanical strength ensures long service life ATEX certified Short delivery times Aluminium enclosures Type 07-5101-. Mg < 6 thread -% Colour RAL 7001. The enclosures offer reliable protection. The maximum admissible rated currents are laid down in the relevant accompanying sheets. die and shell casting. 03-0330-0347-07/03-BCS-A220265/1E Certification IBExU 00 ATEX 1080 Ambient temperature -55 °C to +40 °C Technical data Material aluminium.. The distributors are provided with an external 4 mm 2 protective conductor connection for potential equalisation. 1100 V 52 . silver grey special varnish on request Lid screws stainless steel. ALSi 12. IP 66/67 Rated voltage max. even when used under extreme ambient conditions or heavy mechanical loadings.

-1221/2080 07-510.3 6.5 10.3 7 6.5 6.-5601/6090 07-510.3 7 7 07-510.4 Type 2 Dimensions enclosure L B 80 80 80 80 H 57 57 57 53 Enclosure mounting dimensions L1 63 113 163 238 B1 52 52 52 52 H1 10.5 8 D1 4.3 4.3 6.5 21 21.5 B1 82 82 82 82 82 110 110 110 180 180 180 180 261 H1 7 17 17 17 7 21.-2500/8057 75 125 175 250 Type 3 Dimensions enclosure L B 122 120 120 120 122 160 160 160 230 230 230 230 310.5 D1 6.3 4.-6002/3011 07-510.4 4.-1601/6090 07-510.4 4.Aluminium distribution boxes for zone 21 and 22 Selection chart Dimensions Type 1 Type 1 Dimensions enclosure L 07-510.3 7 6.4 6.-1221/2090 07-510.-2802/3011 07-510.-1250/8057 Dimensions Type 2 07-510.-1500/6436 58 98 150 B 64 64 64 H 36 36 36 Enclosure mounting dimensions L1 64 86 138 B1 36 36 36 H1 6+2 6+2 6+2 D1 4.-2601/6090 07-510.5 21 21 21 21 21 D1 6.-0580/6436 07-510.-2201/2080 07-510.-6003/1011 560 600 600 53 .-3601/6090 07-510.7 7 7 07-510.-4002/3011 07-510.3 6.-2002/3011 07-510.-3302/3011 07-510.-4003/1011 03-0330-0347-07/03-BCS-A220265/2E 122 122 220 220 360 160 260 360 200 280 330 401 403 Dimensions Type 4 Type 4 Dimensions enclosure L B 160 230 310 H 90 110 110 Enclosure mounting dimensions L1 540 580 580 B1 110 180 261 H1 21 27 26.-0750/8057 07-510.4 6.-1750/8057 07-510.5 07-510.5 H 80 90 80 90 80 90 90 90 110 110 110 110 110 Enclosure mounting dimensions L1 106 106 204 204 344 140 240 340 180 260 310 381 382.-2201/2090 Dimensions Type 3 07-510.-3601/2080 07-510.3 4.-0980/6436 07-510.5 10.

5 mm2 TS* Terminals per rail 3 7 11 7 6 22 21 21 29 1 1 1 11 11 26 Terminals 4 mm2 TS* Terminals per rail 1 1 1 1 1 1 07070707- -2201/2090 -3601/2080 -1601/6090 -2601/6090 1 1 1 1 29 60 23 42 1 1 1 1 26 49 20 34 07- -3601/6090 1 62 1 50 0707070707070707* TS = mounting rail -5601/6090 -2002/3011 -2802/3011 -3302/3011 -4002/3011 -6002/3011 -4002/1011 -6003/1011 1 3 3 3 3 2 4 3 102 30 44 53 68 109 68 110 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 85 25 38 46 58 90 58 91 03-0330-0347-07/03-BCS-A220265/3E 54 . 070707070707070707-0580/6436 -0980/6436 -1500/6436 -0750/8057 -1250/8057 -1750/8057 -1221/2080 -1221/2090 -2201/2080 Terminals 2. Aluminium enclosure Type 07-5101-...Aluminium distribution boxes for zone 21 and 22 Rail-mounted terminals/maximum number Article no.. and 07-5102....

Aluminium enclosure 07070707070707070707070707070707070707070707070703-0330-0347-07/03-BCS-A220265/4E Side M12 x 1. earth bars.5 M40 x 1.5 M32 x 1.5 M50 x 1. 55 .Aluminium distribution boxes for zone 21 and 22 Aluminium distribution boxes External dimensions.5 M20 x 1.5 M16 x 1.5 M25 x 1.5 M16x 1.5 A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D 1 3 1 6 1 5 2 9 2 14 2 12 4 12 4 27 4 27 4 48 4 18 8 33 8 48 8 84 8 38 20 58 20 70 20 58 20 126 25 85 30 126 30 1 3 1 5 1 3 2 6 2 9 2 10 4 9 4 17 4 17 4 30 4 14 8 26 8 38 8 60 8 24 15 30 15 46 15 56 15 84 15 56 25 84 25 1 3 1 4 1 2 2 4 2 6 2 6 3 6 2 12 3 12 2 22 4 8 5 17 5 24 5 42 5 16 10 25 10 30 10 38 10 56 10 38 20 56 20 2 1 3 1 5 1 6 2 5 2 11 2 11 2 21 2 8 4 14 4 20 4 34 4 15 10 23 10 28 10 35 10 52 10 35 18 52 18 1 3 1 4 1 5 2 4 2 10 2 10 2 18 2 6 4 12 4 18 4 28 4 12 6 20 6 24 6 30 6 46 6 30 10 46 10 1 2 3 3 1 2 5 1 5 9 1 4 2 7 2 10 2 20 2 8 4 11 4 14 4 17 4 24 4 17 5 24 5 2 1 1 3 1 3 6 1 2 4 6 10 5 3 8 3 10 3 12 3 18 3 12 4 18 4 1 1 3 3 5 1 3 5 8 3 2 4 2 5 2 6 2 8 2 6 2 8 2 1 1 2 2 1 3 4 6 2 2 3 2 4 2 4 2 6 2 4 2 6 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 3 4 2 2 2 1 3 1 4 1 3 1 4 1 -0580/6436 -0980/6436 -1500/6436 -0750/8057 -1250/8057 -1750/8057 -1221/2080 -1221/2090 -2201/2080 -2201/2090 -3601/2080 -1601/6090 -2601/6090 -3601/6090 -5601/6090 -2002/3011 -2002/3018 -2802/3011 -3302/3011 -3302/3018 -4002/3011 -6002/3011 -4003/1011 -4003/1018 -6003/1011 -6003/1018 0707- Each enclosure side wall has only a limited number of gland entries to ensure the mechanical stability of the enclosure.5 M63 x 1.5 M20 x 1. mounting plates C A D B amplified clamping range amplified clamping range Article no.

This model series includes enclosures with screwed covers. For potential equalisation the distribution boxes are fitted with an exterior M5 protective conductor connection M5 connection for protective earthing. even when used under extremely adverse environmental conditions or under severe strong mechanical stress. The same distribution boxes can also be supplied for zone 1 as required.. High-grade material. As from an enclosure height of 120 mm the enclosures can be supplied both with and without flange plates. and Type 07-56. We will be pleased to fit the distribution boxes with terminals and cable screw connections cable glands according to customers needs and requirements. the use of high-quality sealing material and of press-in nuts for fixing and as potential equalisation ensures that the enclosure is permanently dust-free. BARTEC distribution boxes provide reliable protection. painted or electro polished on request Mechanical strength according to EN 50014 Impact energy 7 Nm Protection class according to EN 60529 max..Stainless steel distribution boxes/cabinets for zone 21 and 22 Stainless steel distribution boxes/cabinets Features High mechanical strength ensures long service life ATEX certified for the zones 21 and 22 kundenspezifische Ausführungen für den jeweiligen Anwendungsfall Stainless steel distribution boxes Type 07-56.4.. Technical data Material stainless steel V4A 1.. IP 66 Rated voltage max. (with terminals for intrinsically safe power circuits) Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2D IP 65 T 80 °C Certification IBExU 99 ATEX 1096 Ambient temperature -55 °C to +40 °C Description BARTEC stainless steel distribution boxes are designed in the type of protection "Protection through by enclosures". according to EN 502811-1. Maximum permissible reference currents rated currents are specified in the relevant supplements.4404 Coating brushed. 1100 V 03-0330-0348-07/03-BCS-A220267/1E 56 . and cabinets with hinged doors.2.

(E) closed E B D Code no. Cabinet with door 03-0330-0348-07/03-BCS-A220267/2E 57 . Dimensions cabinets in mm (W x H x D) 200 x 300 x 155 Code no. 07-56 - Version Enclosure with lid Code no. D. 51 Flanges Side A. Please enter code number. 1 Flanges Side C. Dimensions enclosure in mm (L x W x H) Code no. 1 100 x 100 x 60 17 Distribution box II 2D 400 x 400 x 210 2 150 x 150 x 80 01 400 x 600 x 210 57 Face A 2 Face C 2 Face B 58 Face A + B 3 Face D 4 Face C + D 4 3 200 x 200 x 80 03 600 x 600 x 210 59 Face E + A 5 Distribution box II 2D with intrinsically safe power circuits 600 x 800 x 300 300 x 300 x 120 4 800 x 800 x 300 07 61 Face E + B 62 6 Face E + C 5 Face E + D Face E + A + B 7 6 400 x 400 x 160 14 800 x 1000 x 300 63 Face E 8 Face E + D + C 7 or Complete order no. B D Example: EEx e Distribution Box with hinged door Dimensions: 400 x 400 x 210 mm with gland plates on face B + C + D Type 07-56D2-5734 Other enclosure and cabinet sizes on request.Stainless steel distribution boxes/cabinets for zone 21 and 22 Selection chart A Gland plates openings C minimum depth for flanges 120 mm Version Code no. B. (E) closed Code no.

-5711 07-56D.-.-1411 1 1 2 3 4 07-56D. Terminals 2.-0311 07-56B.-5911 2 5 5 7 45 48 72 80 2 4 4 6 35 40 60 65 07-56D.5 mm2 TS* Terminals per rail TS 8 20 25 30 45 1 2 2 3 16 20 35 45 Terminals 4 mm2 TS* Terminals per rail TS 07-56B. High-quality stainless steel enclosure Type 07-56.-0111 07-56B..-6211 07-56D..Stainless steel distribution boxes/cabinets for zone 21 and 22 Rail-mounted terminals/maximum number Article no.5 58 .-0711 07-56B.-5811 07-56D.2 L 03-0330-0348-10/04-BCS-A220267/3E 20 52 nx 12 25 8.-6311 * TS = mounting rail 7 9 9 100 100 130 6 8 8 90 95 120 Enclosure dimensions B M6 uml..-6111 07-56D.-1711 07-56B. 17 only at L = 600 H 17 L-60 ∅ 6.-5111 07-56D.

High-quality stainless steel enclosure 07-56B.5 M 63 x 1.-1711 amplified clamping range amplified clamping range D Side M 12 x 1.5 M 40 x 1.5 M 25 x 1.-0711 07-56B.-5811 07-56D.5 20 20 20 20 03-0330-0348-07/03-BCS-A220267/4E H H 18 18 B 30 14 B 26 H > 1000 three turnbuckle locks 14 59 .-6111 07-56D.Stainless steel distribution boxes/cabinets for zone 21 and 22 A Rail-mounted terminals/maximum number High-quality stainless steel enclosure/distribution box C B Article no.5 M 16 x 1.-5711 07-56D.5 M 32 x 1.5 M 20 x 1.-1411 07-56D. Cabinet dimensions with door H < 1000 two turnbuckle locks 8.-5111 07-56D.5 ∅ 6.-6311 The number of the screw connections is chosen for every enclosure side so that the side walls are not weakened and are not impaired the housing in its stability.2 25 25 8.5 A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D A/B C/D 6 3 8 4 6 4 63 30 80 60 40 65 125 115 125 200 206 600 250 400 430 400 430 550 5 2 6 3 5 3 50 20 60 45 28 50 105 95 105 168 172 168 220 341 352 341 352 451 4 2 5 2 5 3 44 15 52 35 24 45 78 70 78 126 130 126 150 245 252 245 252 324 3 4 2 4 3 27 14 48 28 24 32 72 65 72 114 116 114 130 225 234 225 234 297 2 3 4 2 24 12 36 20 15 25 50 45 50 85 88 85 96 176 184 176 184 232 2 3 3 16 5 18 10 8 18 32 28 32 52 53 52 65 102 108 102 108 132 2 12 4 15 7 6 12 20 16 20 30 31 30 42 68 70 68 70 85 2 7 3 12 5 6 8 16 7 16 22 22 22 26 44 48 44 48 60 4 2 8 4 2 4 10 5 10 14 14 14 18 30 33 30 33 42 3 6 3 2 3 8 5 8 10 10 10 16 27 30 27 30 36 07-56B.5 M 16 x 1.5 M 20 x 1.-0111 07-56B.-5911 07-56D.-6211 07-56D.2 ∅ 6.-0311 07-56B.5 M 50 x 1.

5 M 25 x 1. 07-9534-3M2. 07-9534-1M3.5 03-0330-0349-07/03-BCS-A220268E . 07-9534-3M1. Technical data Material Body Operating temperature nylon -20 °C to +95 °C M 20 x 1.5 M 20 x 1.5 M 32 x 1.35 5 .5 M 40 x 1. These cable glands retain the "protection through enclosure“. 07-9534-1M6.14 07-9534-1M1.5 60 . 07-9534-1M8.44 3.5 M 16 x 1.5 M 20 x 1. 07-9534-2M8.9 9 .5 M 32 x 1.Cable glands for zone 21 and 22 Cable glands Description BARTEC’s cable glands are tested to EN 50281-1-1. 07-9534-2M2. EN 50014 and EN 50019 and approved for use on devices in areas endangered by dust explosions. 07-9534-2M4.5 M 50 x 1. to EN 50014 and EN50019 for zone 1 and zone 21 Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2GD IP 66/67 EEx e II Certification DMT 02 ATEX E 180 X IP 66/67 according to IEC 60529 M 16 x 1. Cable glands from BARTEC conform to the requirements of EN 50014 and EN 50019 for "increased safety“.38 37 .8 6.5 .16 13 .32 32 . 07-9534-1M7. Description Protection class Size Cable range Order no. 07-9534-2M3.10 10 .26 25 . 07-9534-2M6.31 29 . = Colour code Please insert last number s = black RAL 5015 b = blue RAL 9005 M 16 x 1. 07-9534-1M4. 07-9534-1M2.18 18 .25 22 .5 M 63 x 1. Cable glands for hazardous areas acc. They are available in black and blue.6 5.20 20 .5 4. 07-9534-2M1.12 13 .5 M 50 x 1.5 M 63 x 1.5 M 25 x 1.5 M 40 x 1. 07-9534-2M7. That is why these are required for around 80 % of devices deployed in explosive zones with inflammable dust.

< 15 W. dome colour yellow 83 M20 x 1. The flash intensity. < 33 W. A7-4838-33 12 61 . gives an ideal means of attracting attention. 5 Ws. < 15 W. Dimensions ø 110 Selection chart Name Code no. 5 Ws. plant and machinery installations for zone 22. BARTEC Flashing lamps inform. powder coated with borosilikal glass dome Electrical data Rated voltage AC 230 V 10 % DC 24 V Flash energy up to 5 Ws Flash frequency 0.5 Hz up to 1. whether viewed directly or indirectly. 5 Ws.4 17 ø 85 Complete order no. dome colour yellow 13 Flashing lamp AC 230 V.Flashing lamp 5 Ws for zone 22 Explosion protection Ex protection type (EN 50281-1-1) II 3D IP 65 T 80 °C Ambient temperature -20 °C to +40 °C Flashing lamp Features 5 J flash energy long life of the light tube maintenance-free compact design very sturdy low weight (2 kg) low power demand due to high lamp efficiency easy installation Technical data Protection class IP 65 according to IEC 60529 Enclosure material Aluminium.0 Hz ON time 100 % Activation by connecting with the rated voltage Description Plant and machinery are fitted with visual alarms to give timely warning of dangerous situations and to enable machinery to be shut down before damage occurs.5 Flashing lamp DC 24 V. Please enter code number. dome colour red 84 03-0330-0350-07/03-BCS-A220269E ø 8. Flashing lamp AC 230 V. 5 Ws. warn and give alarm in industry. < 33 W. dome colour red 230 14 ø 268 Flashing lamp DC 24 V.

floor-.Ex Remote station 15" and 18" family Description The BARTEC Remote station consists of a PC display with keyboard and mouse. The Remote station is lightweight. The Remote station offers the user the possibility to use any currently available PC-based process control system without any restrictions in explosive areas. The connection is realized via electronic components. which are linked to each other with an up to 300 m long STP cable. which is installed in explosive areas. zone 1 and zone 21. A stainless-steel version is also available. for the 18'' family with SXGA-resolution (1280 x 1024 pixels) and is characterized by its excellent brilliance and its very large view angle. The screen comprises a TFT display. The display as well as the corresponding electronics are explosion-proof due to a flameproof enclosure. The stainless-steel keyboard inclusive mouse is performed in protection type intrinsic safe. Ex Remote station 15" and 18" family 03-0330-0361-07/04-BMS-D222252/1E 62 . for the 15'' family with XGA-resolution (1024 x 768 pixels). or wall-mounting version. It is connected as a second screen to a PC workplace in a safe area. rotatable and can be designed as table-. the barriers are inside the flameproof enclosure. The enclosure of the 18'' Remote station pleases with its flat design as it has a depth of only 150 mm.

) high view angle longlife CCFL-lighting Selection chart Type Code no.7 million colours brightness up to 300 cd/m² contrast 250: 1 (typ. high-quality stainless steel 63 . SXGA resolution Vertical sync frequency 60 to 75 Hz Transmission distance up to 300 m at XGA up to 200 m at SXGA Supply voltage AC 230 V (85 V to 265 V) 47 Hz to 63 Hz Power consumption approx. wall mounting. Mounting options without Ex Remotestation 15" family XGA resolution mounting system 4 IIB 1 for floor mounting 1 Code no. customized solution on request Surface material aluminium. SVGA-. XGA-resolution 1024 x 768 pixel 18'' family TFT-colour display. VGA graphics board with following technical data: 15'' family VGA-. 17-71KB- 50 / 005 Dimensions (w x h x d) approx. support arm mounting. SXGA-resolution 1280 x 1024 pixel 16.6/CAT. 60 W 03-0330-0361-10/04-BMS-D222252/2E for wall mounting Ex Remotestation 18"-Familie SXGA resolution 5 IIC 3 for table mounting 2 7 Complete order no. XGA resolution 18'' family VGA-. Please insert correct code. 500 x 430 x 150 mm Protection class IP 65 Fitting versions with stand. IIC T6 II 2D T 80 °C IP 66 Certification PTB 00 ATEX 1003 IBExU 02 ATEX 1163 Ambient temperature 0 °C bis +50 °C Keyboard Ex protection type II 2G EEx ia IIC T4 Certification KEMA 98 ATEX 2558 X Possible connection safe area PC patch cable local amplifier network outlet RJ 45 system STP CAT.Ex Remote station 15" and 18" family Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2G EEx d [ia] IIB bzw.7 cable 4 x 2 twisted pair video keyboard mouse Technical data Display 15'' family TFT-colour display. XGA-. keyboard and mouse port of a PC via STP/S cable. 4 x 2 x 23 AWG Requirement to the base station keyboard and mouse with a PS/2 connector. SVGA-. Version Code no. 0 Connection to the PC connection to VGA. table version.

heating system for outdoor applications 64 . The new Remote station is available with a TFT-display featuring a resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels. The equally new anti-reflection coating of the display is characterized by an outstanding brilliance and a very large view angle. Customer-specific installations of further components as well as heating systems can be realized in a cost-favorable way (refer to the figure below). is 300°-rotatable and can be designed in various mounting versions. The readability was improved by the application of cutting-edge display technologies. Ex stainless-steel Remote station 15" and 18" family Customer-specific installations 03-0330-0381-07/04-BMS-D222442/1E Prepared for an optional installation of: .command and display device system ComEx . as well as with a display of the 15'' family with 1024 x 768 pixels. The enclosure of the Remote station pleases with its flat design.Ex stainless-steel Remote station 15" and 18" family Features No dirt traps Without gaps Excellent readability Anti-reflection front screen Optional installation possibilities of external operating elements Easy-to-clean surface Possible installation of a heating for outdoor applications Description The successful 18'' Ex Remote station now shines in its new stainless-steel design.

wall mounting.7 million colours brightness up to 300 cd/m² contrast 250: 1 (typ. SXGA resolution Vertical sync frequency 60 to 75 Hz Transmission distance up to 300 m at XGA up to 200 m at SXGA Supply voltage AC 230 V (85 V to 265 V) 47 Hz to 63 Hz Power consumption approx. Version Code no. XGA-resolution 1024 x 768 pixel 18'' family TFT-colour display.) high view angle longlife CCFL-lighting Selection chart Type Code no. VGA graphics board with following technical data: 15'' family VGA-. XGA-. IIC T6 II 2D T 80 °C IP 66 Certification PTB 00 ATEX 1003 IBExU 02 ATEX 1163 Ambient temperature 0 °C to +50 °C Keyboard Ex protection type II 2G EEx ia IIC T4 Certification KEMA 98 ATEX 2558 X wall mounting with stand table version Technical data Display 15'' family TFT-colour display. SXGA-resolution 1280 x 1024 pixel 16. Please insert correct code. 4 x 2 x 23 AWG Requirement to the base station keyboard and mouse with a PS/2 connector. keyboard and mouse port of a PC via STP/S cable. 60 W 03-0330-0381-10/04-BMS-D222442/2E Remote station stainless-steel enclosure 18" family SXGA resolution for wall mounting 5 IIC 3 for ceiling mounting 2 3 Complete order no. support arm mounting.Ex stainless-steel Remote station 15" and 18" family Mounting options Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2G EEx d [ia] IIB bzw. XGA resolution 18'' family VGA-. SVGA-. SVGA-. table version. 17-71KB- 50 / 305 Dimensions (w x h x d) 600 x 690 x 180 (410) mm Protection class IP 65 Fitting versions with stand. customized solution on request Heating systems for outdoor applications 65 . Connection to the PC connection to VGA. Mounting option without Remote station stainless-steel enclosure 15" family XGA resolution fixing system 4 IIB 1 for floor mounting 1 0 Code no.

5" Keyboard .Diagonal 5. 2 3 4 2 3 4 6 7 Graphic display BAT 300 Features 5.¼ VGA resolution 320 x 240 pixel . 65536 used by BMS Graf pro . 8 kg Code no.RS422/485 . 111. The laying of blue lines for intrinsically safe circuits is dropped. The achieved brightness of 400 cd/m2 in Ex-applications is a unique feature. 66 . Thanks to the modular interface technology. Type 05-0205-0006 Complete order no.6 special keys . for example.5 mm Weight approx.10 function keys able to be labelled Memory For several 100 images Interfaces Optional Ethernet 10BaseT COM 1 RS 232 COM 2 RS 232 Optional interface modules .TTY . Available are.5 mm .expanded 10 block and . A separate wiring of the data line is not necessary. able to be replaced separately Dimensions 336 mm x 194 mm x 170 mm Wall cut-out 321 mm x 179 mm + 0. Visualizations are created by means of the BMS Graf pro programming package. supply module for hand-held scanners.5'' graphic-capable TFT colour display direct linkage in explosive areas modular interface technology Description The graphic display BAT 300 is an extension of the tried-and-tested BAT family.PROFIBUS-DP . stateof-the-art TFT-technology is used with an extremely high view angle.Graphic display BAT 300 Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2G EEx me [ib] IIC T4 II 2D T 80 °C IP 6X Certification IBExU 03 ATEX 1096 X Protection class IP 65 (front side) Technical data Display . With the BAT 300. RS422/485. Selection chart Version Interface configuration TTY RS232 BAT 300 03-0330-0364-01/04-BMS-D222255E Power supply DC 24 V/1 A Admissible ambient temperatures Storage -20 °C to +50 °C Operation 0 °C to +50 °C RS422/485 supply module for hand-held scanner PROFIBUS-DP Necessary accessories reinforcement frame for professional installation in zone 21 and 22. process visualizations can be directly connected in explosive areas without the need for additional intrinsically safe isolation cards.Brightness 400 cd/m2 .supply module for hand-held scanner Illumination CFL illumination. For the display. 17-71PC-11 Please insert correct code. The graphic display can be directly connected to the PROFIBUS-DP or the communication interface of the PLC. the graphic display connections can be individually matched to the respective requirements. TTY.4 x 83.144 colours.262. which has been especially developed and optimized for the BAT family. PROFIBUS-DP.Visible surface approx.

TTY . stateof-the-art TFT-technology is used with an extremely high view angle.SVGA resolution 640 x 480 pixel .12 function keys able to be labelled Memory For several 100 images Interfaces Optional Ethernet 10BaseT COM 1 RS232 COM 2 RS232 Optional interface modules . Available are.212 x 159 mm .Visible surface approx.Diagonal 10. For the display. The laying of blue lines for intrinsically safe circuits is dropped.5 mm Weight approx.10 special keys .4'' graphic-capable TFT colour display direct linkage in explosive areas modular interface technology Description The graphic display BAT 600 is an extension of the tried-and-tested BAT family. Visualizations are created by means of the BMS Graf pro programming package. With the BAT 600. Selection chart Version Interface configuration TTY RS232 BAT 600 03-0330-0391-10/04-BMS-D234003E Power supply DC 24 V/1 A Admissible ambient temperatures Storage -20 °C to +50 °C Operation 0 °C to +50 °C RS422/485 supply module for hand-held scanner PROFIBUS-DP Necessary accessories reinforcement frame for professional installation in zone 21 and 22. The achieved brightness of 220 cd/m2 in Ex-applications is a unique feature. Type 05-0205-0008 Complete order no. 67 .supply module for hand-held scanner Illumination CFL illumination.4" Keyboard .expanded 10 block .RS422/485 . 2 3 4 2 3 4 6 7 Graphic display BAT 600 Features 10. which has been especially developed and optimized for the BAT family.262.Brightness 220 cd/m2 . 17-71PE-12 Please insert correct code.Graphic display BAT 600 Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2G EEx me [ib] IIC T4 II 2D T 80 °C IP 6X Certification IBExU 03 ATEX 1096 X Protection class IP 65 (front side) Technical data Display . 10 kg Code no. process visualizations can be directly connected in explosive areas without the need for additional intrinsically safe isolation cards. TTY. for example.PROFIBUS-DP .144 colours. the graphic display connections can be individually matched to the respective requirements. A separate wiring of the data line is not necessary. The graphic display can be directly connected to the PROFIBUS-DP or the communication interface of the PLC. PROFIBUS-DP. able to be replaced separately Dimensions 400 mm x 240 mm x 170 mm Wall cut-out 386 mm x 226 mm + 0. 65536 used by BMS Graf pro . RS422/485. Thanks to the modular interface technology. supply module for hand-held scanners.

Thanks to the modular interface technology.PROFIBUS-DP .TTY .5 mm Graphic display BAT 800 Features 12'' graphic-capable TFT colour display direct linkage in explosive areas modular interface technology Description The graphic display BAT 800 is an extension of the tried-and-tested BAT family.Visible surface approx. the graphic display connections can be individually matched to the respective requirements. 2 3 4 2 3 4 6 7 Weight approx. With the BAT 800.RS422/485 .12 special keys . Visualizations are created by means of the BMS Graf pro programming package. For the display. Available are. A separate wiring of the data line is not necessary.Graphic display BAT 800 Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2G EEx me [ib] IIC T4 II 2D T 80 °C IP 6X Certification IBExU 03 ATEX 1096 X Protection class IP 65 (front side) Technical data Display . 17-71PF-12 Please insert correct code.expanded 10 block .0 mm . supply module for hand-held scanners.SVGA resolution 800 x 600 pixel . 11 kg Power supply DC 24 V/1 A Admissible ambient temperatures Storage -20 °C to +50 °C Operation 0 °C to +50 °C RS422/485 supply module for hand-held scanner PROFIBUS-DP Necessary accessories reinforcement frame for professional installation in zone 21 and 22. PROFIBUS-DP. 247. The achieved brightness of 300 cd/m2 in Ex-applications is a unique feature. 65536 used by BMS Graf pro .262. which has been especially developed and optimized for the BAT family.5 x 186.16 function keys able to be labelled Memory For several 100 images Interfaces Optional Ethernet 10BaseT COM 1 RS232 COM 2 RS232 Optional interface modules . process visualizations can be directly connected in explosive areas without the need for additional intrinsically safe isolation cards. for example.Diagonal 12" Keyboard . RS422/485. able to be replaced separately Dimensions 440 mm x 270 mm x 170 mm Wall cut-out 425 mm x 255 mm + 0. Type 05-0205-0007 Complete order no. TTY. 68 .144 colours. stateof-the-art TFT-technology is used with an extremely high view angle.supply module for hand-held scanner Illumination CFL illumination.Brightness 300 cd/m2 . The graphic display can be directly connected to the PROFIBUS-DP or the communication interface of the PLC. The laying of blue lines for intrinsically safe circuits is dropped. Selection chart Version Interface configuration TTY RS232 BAT 800 03-0330-0365-01/04-BMS-D222256E Code no.

Hand-held scanner BCS 302 DustEx 17-21BA-0022 Order no. The power pack is for direct installation in hazardous area. External interface units are not required in the safe area. Design The BCS 302 DustEx with integrated decoder is designed for the pluggable connection to a power pack. Coloured labels and poor quality barcodes can also be read. Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2G EEx ib IIC T4 II 2D IP 6x T 55 °C Certification IBExU 04 ATEX 1061 Ambient temperature -20 °C to +50 °C Storage temperature -20 °C to +50 °C Technical data Decode capabilities all common barcodes Scan rate 35 scans per second Connection power pack pluggable Light source 650 nm laser diode Scan element type Retro-collective Weight approx. With these measures the scanner can withstand a drop to concrete of 1. the BCS 302 handheld scanner from BARTEC delivers the sophisticated ergonomic and operational features industrial applications demand. Power pack with AC 230 V for TTY interface 17-21BB-0219 Power pack with AC 230 V for RS232 interface 17-21BB-0220 69 .TTY interface .RS232 interface Both options are supplied with AC 230 V. The hand held scanner is characterised by an excellent first-time reading rate of all 1D barcode types (low contrast and high-density symbols). For ex application we have two options available for the power pack: . Hand-held scanner BCS 302 Power pack Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2G EEx ed m [ib] IIC T4 II 2D IP 65 T 80 °C Certification IBExU 00 ATEX 1079 Ambient temperature -20 °C to +40 °C Storage temperature -20 °C to +40 °C Hand-held scanner BCS 302 Hand-held scanner BCS 302 Description As innovative as it is rugged. The BCS 302 DustEx has a robust housing. PLC or micro-processor).Zone 1 and 21 for connections to non-hazardous host systems (PC. Dimensions (height x length x width) 250 mm x 255 mm x 120 mm Protection class IP 65 03-0330-0367-01/04-BMS-D222259E Order no. 300 g without cable Humidity 5 % to 95 % (non-condensing) Dimensions (height x length x width) 173 x 150 x 74 mm Protection class IP 54 Technical data TTY interface up to 1000 m (T x D only) RS232 interface up to 15 m (T x D only) Enclosure material polyester Connected load AC 100 V to AC 250 V Power requirement 100 mA max. an internal shock absorber and an ultrasonic welded window. The power pack contains an explosion proof module incorporating the intrinsically safe power supply (barriere) and one signal barriere for the data lines.Hand-held scanner BCS 302 DustEx Features immune to direct exposure from normal office and factory level lighting high resistance all common barcodes readable 35 scans per second TTY/RS232 interface via power pack pluggable Power pack Description The power pack provides the intrinsically safe power supply and isolation of the data transmission line to the BCS 302 hand held scanner. First the barcodes are evaluated by the integrated ‘fuzzy logic’ technology and in case of poor quality is compensated. This means that the BCS 302 DustEx is suitable for the hardest industrial conditions. The data connections are available in the hazardous area .8 m.

Design The radio hand-held scanner BCS 370 DustEx with integrated decoder has been designed for wireless real-time data acquisition and allows for a highly efficient operation in production halls. During data acquisition. The radio hand-held scanner BCS 370 DustEx features the intrinsic safety type of protection and can be directly applied in hazardous areas of zone 1 or 2 and zone 21. at the same time. as radio receiving station and is installed in non-hazardous areas. an internal shock absorber and an ultrasonic welded window.Radio hand-held scanner BCS 370 DustEx Radio hand-held scanner BCS 370 DustEx Features immune to direct exposure from normal office and factory level lighting high resistance all common barcodes readable 35 scans per second free movement during data acquisition. the base station can be connected to all conventional hosts. This means that the BCS 370 DustEx is suitable for the hardest industrial conditions. the user is able to freely move within a distance of up to 30 m around the radio receiving station. By means of a RS232 cable. Via the key pad. warehouses and other application sites. The radio hand-held scanner BCS 370 DustEx is equipped with a license-independent software. which offers the user the possibility of manually entering alphanumerical data. the wireless radio hand-held scanner BCS 370 DustEx from BARTEC delivers the sophisticated ergonomic and operational features industrial applications demand.8 m. Base Station The charging station (cradle) serves. up to a distance of 30 m from the radio receiving station Description As innovative as it is rugged. scanning all conventional 1D-barcodes and transferring them online via radio to the host system for evaluation and further processing. The BCS 370 DustEx has a robust housing. The radio hand-held scanner BCS 370 DustEx is able to easily read all conventional 1D-barcodes. alphanumerical data can be entered and presented on the display. With these measures the scanner can withstand a drop to concrete of 1. 70 .In preparation .

2 kg 225 x 206 x 30 T3 27-2B53-7204/150Z5000 71 . NEMA 4X Application temperature range -50 °C to +180 °C Ambient temperature range -50 °C to +60 °C Rated voltage AC/DC 120 to 240 V Nominal power 100 W and 200 W (at 0 °C application temperature) Connection Silicone cable EWKF 3 x 1. Ø 8.8 kg 225 x 206 x 30 T3 27-2B53-7204/150Z1000 HSF 200-T3-5 200 W 5m 2. Construction The HSF heater plates are based on a PTC (positive temperature coefficient) heating element. The heater plates reliably protect electrical installations against function failures due to creepage currents and also offer protection against other failures caused by corrosion formation at mechanical system components. the heating capacity is reduced to a minimum heating output. anodized convector surface Ready-to connect. transmitter protection boxes. yet. black. The special design of the aluminum profile facilitates an even temperature distribution in the interior of housings and cabinets. resistant to sea water HSF 200 Function The PTC heating elements increase their electrical resistance as the temperatures rises. At high temperatures. and many more. the HSF heating plates can be applied in a wide supply voltage range.3 kg 105 x 206 x 30 T3 27-2A53-7104/110Z5000 03-0330-0390-05/04-BEH-230940E HSF 200-T3-1 200 W 1m 1. the required minimum temperatures can be maintained. maintenance-free Selection table Name Nominal power Cable length Weight (net) 0. The application areas of these heaters comprise switch and control cabinets. anodized aluminum. these heating elements regulate their resistance in dependence of the voltage. Explosion protection Ex protection type II 2G EEx d IIC T3 II 2D IP 65 T 200 °C Certification PTB 03 ATEX 1221 X HSF 100 Technical data Protection class IP 68.9 kg Dimensions mm (length x width x height) 105 x 206 x 30 Temperature class T3 Order no. For an optimum free convection. Therefore.HSF Heater Plate Description The extremely flat BARTEC HSF heater plates are mainly used in potentially explosive areas for applications. measuring equipment. Should you require further information on the detailed layout of the heating capacity in holding temperature applications. analyzer cabinets for sample preparation. as temperature fluctuations can be efficiently avoided and. please contact us. Moreover. Advantages Self-limiting characteristic Vertical or horizontal mounting position Extremely flat design ATEX gas and dust application approval Wide rated voltage range Large. which ensures that the limit temperature of the respective temperature class cannot be exceeded . the fins should not be covered. A high resistance results in a low heating output. which require the maintenance of a specific temperature.5 mm². The use of these heater plates guarantees a maximum degree of operational safety.1 mm Mounting position optional Material Black. HSF 100-T3-1 100 W 1m 27-2A53-7104/110Z1000 HSF 100-T3-5 100 W 5m 1.

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Component Every part required for safe operation of the equipment and protective systems. where indicated by the classification. i. or reduce the effects of explosions in the building. Directive 94/9/EC and Directive 1999/92/EC. against ingress of solid foreign objects and/or ingress of water and verified by standardised test methods (EN 60529: 1991). Detonation Explosion which is propagated at supersonic speed. Constructional measures lead to increase in safety.protection of the electrical apparatus against ingress of solid foreign objects and. Conductive dust Dust. e. Degree of protection Extent of protection provided by an enclosure against access to hazardous parts. for example. fibres or flying particles that can burn or glow in air and can form explosive mixtures with air at atmospheric pressure and normal temperatures (EN 50028: 1987). CE-marking Identification marking confirming that all the requirements corresponding to the directive relevant to the product have been fulfilled. fibres or flying particles with electrical resistivity equal to or less than 103 Ohm*m (EN 50281-1-1: 1998).protection of persons against contact with or approach to live parts and against contact with moving parts (other than smooth rotating shafts and the like) inside the enclosure. . A dangerous dust concentration depends on the particle size and type of dust: Lower explosion limit: 20 to 60 g/m³ Upper explosion limit: 2000 to 6000 g/m³. ATEX ‘ATmosphère EXplosible’ – Explosive atmosphere ATEX-directives Unofficial "family name" for EC directives relating to explosion protection. . Dangerous dust concentration Occurs if.protection of the electrical apparatus against harmful ingress of water. 74 . a 100 W lamp cannot be seen in a room at a distance of 1 metre. Degree of protection of enclosure (IP) Numerical classification according to EN 60529: 1991 preceded by the symbol IP applied to the enclosure of electrical apparatus to provide for 03-0330-0352-08/05-BCS-A220271/1E . and is characterised by a shock wave (EN 1127-1: 1997). Combustible dust Dust.Terms and definitions Ambient temperature Temperature of the air or other medium in which the equipment is intended to be used (IEV 826-01-04) (IEC 60204-32: 1998). Constructional measures Measures which limit danger through dust explosions. time-dependent pressure increase: (dp/dt) max* V1/3 = Kst = constant. Cubical law Volume dependence of the maximum.

rods. but dust does not penetrate in a sufficient quantity to impair reliable operation of the equipment (device). Dust protected enclosure An enclosure which does not completely prevent the entry of dust. Dust explosion A very rapid chemical reaction of a combustible material (dust) in which large quantities of energy are released. with which it was previously in close contact. items for the generation. Encapsulation Type of protection in which the components which can ignite an explosive atmosphere are embedded in a pourable sealing compound. transmission. distribution. ST3: Kst > 300 (bar*m/s). Dust explosion classes Classes in which dusts are classified on the basis of their Kst values. Electrostatic charge An electrostatic charge is produced when a non-conducting material is separated from another (conductive or non-conductive) material. but which may remain suspended in air for some time (includes dust and grit. regulation and conversion of energy and/or for processing of materials which have their own potential ignition sources and can therefore cause an explosion. A dust fire can develop into a dust explosion. Dust-tight enclosure Enclosure. (EN 50014: 1997). Electrical apparatus Items applied as a whole or in part for the utilisation of electrical energy. ST2: 200 < Kst < 300. measurement. covers. These include. 75 . regulation. cable entries. Equipment Machines. NOTE: Generally maximum particle size will not exceed 500 µm. transmission. Dust explosion hazard Danger which exists when combustible dust (powder. measurement. 03-0330-0352-08/05-BCS-A220271/2E Enclosure (of equipment or protective system) All the walls including doors. as defind in ISO 4225: 1994 (EN 50281-1-2: 1998). conversion and consumption of electrical energy and items for telecommunications. Effective ignition source Ignition source which can give off so much energy to the explosive atmosphere that spontaneous propagation of combustion occurs (see ignition sources). Dust must not accumulate at any positions within the enclosure where it could cause danger of ignition (EN 50281-1-1: 1998). which are used. capable of preventing the ingress of all observable dust (IP 6X). control components and accessories. either individually or combined. for production. Characteristic parameter is the dust concentration. spindles and shafts which contribute to the type of protection and/or their degree of protection (IP) of the electrical apparatus (EN 50014: 1997). (EN 50281-1-1: 1998). Dust fire Ignition of a dust layer. or when combustible solid materials are processed causing the formation of dust. storage. operating material. Dust/air mixture Whirled up dust in the air. Dust explosion class ST: ST1: 0 < Kst-value < 200. flour) is produced or handled. among others.Terms and definitions Dust Small solid particles in the amosphere which settle out under their own weight. stationary or mobile devices. Dust layer Deposit of flour or powder on a piece of equipment. storage. Dust cloud Whirled up flour or powder.

a category is the classification according to the required level of protection. of flammable substances in the form of dust or fibres in which. Explosion protection Primary explosion protection Measures which must be taken in order to prevent the formation and spreading of an explosive atmosphere. explosion protection of electrical devices with "e" type of protection. brought about through fast injection of extinguishing agents. Explosion protection marking Common marking of explosion protected equipment. Explosive range Range of concentration of a flammable substance in air. Explosion suppression Suppression of an explosion in the initial phase by means of flame or pressure sensors. operating instructions and release for work. pressure or in both simultaneously (EN 1127-1: 1997).e. which should be well below the strength of the vessel. Category 3 includes equipment designed to be capable of functioning in conformity with the operational parameters established by the manufacturer and ensuring a normal level of protection Explosion Abrupt oxidation or decomposition reaction producing an increase in temperature. 76 03-0330-0352-08/05-BCS-A220271/3E . emergency measures. operations involved and material quantities. risk assessment. combustion spreads throughout the unconsumed mixture (see IEV 426-02-04). e. Explosion protection document Contains information such as: description of the operational area. Explosive dust atmosphere Mixture with air under atmospheric conditions. after ignition. Such devices include. within which an explosion can occur (EN 1127-1: 1997). bursting disks or bleeder valves/explosion doors.Terms and definitions Equipment category Within an equipment group. Category 2 includes equipment designed to be capable of functioning in conformity with the operational parameters established by the manufacturer and ensuring a high level of protection. Secondary explosion protection Measures which must be taken in order to prevent ignition sources becoming effective. The categories are defined as follows: Category 1 includes equipment designed to be capable of functioning in conformity with the operational parameters established by the manufacturer and ensuring a very high level of protection. zone classification. Explosion pressure relief The vessel to be protected is fitted with a pressure relieving device which opens at a defined pressure. technical and organisational protective measures. The equipment category indicates what technical requirements are set on the equipment in the particular zone. Equipment group Classification of electrical apparatus related to the explosive atmosphere for which it is to be used (EN 50014: 1997).g. Tertiary explosion protection Measures which must be taken to keep the danger or effects of an explosion as small as possible if they cannot be avoided anyway. process. i. The electrical apparatus group indicates whether the equipment is to be used underground (I) or in other areas (II). material data (safety parameters).

or may be expected to be present in quantities such as to require special precautions for the construction. IP-protection System of naming according to EN 60529. or a temperature of 450 °C or more. on which dust clouds or dust deposits can ignite. i. Ignition of a dust layer Ignition shall be considered to have occurred if glowing or flaming is initiated in the material. Intrinsically safe apparatus Electrical apparatus in which all the circuits are intrinsically safe (EN 50020: 1994). 1. which establishes the degree of protection through the enclosure against foreign bodies and penetration of water with damaging effects. Hazardous area Area in which an explosive atmosphere is present. flames.8. NOTE 2: Normal operation means a situation where installations perform within their design parameters. deposits and heaps of combustible dust should be considered as a source which can form an explosive atmosphere. smoulder spots.1 Ignition of a dust cloud Initiation of an explosion by the transfer of energy to a dust cloud in air (EN 50281-2-1: 1998). mechanically produced sparks. This is numerically the same value as that for the maximum. is measured during the test (EN 50281-2-1: 1998). Ignition sources Any source which has sufficient energy to trigger off combustion (ISO 13702: 1999). installation and use of equipment. Explosive test mixture Specified explosive mixture used for testing of electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres (EN 50014: 1997). Ignition temperature of a dust cloud Lowest temperature of a hot inner wall of a furnace at which ignition occurs in a dust cloud in air contained therein (EN 50281-2-1: 1998). e. time-dependent pressure increase in a 1 m3 vessel under the test conditions laid down in RL VDI 3673 and VDI 2263. NOTE 1: Layers. electrical devices. 03-0330-0352-08/05-BCS-A220271/4E Kst-value Dust and test-method-specific parameter. electrostatic charges. hot surfaces. Ignitable equipment (operating material) Equipment (operating material) which can ignite an established explosive atmosphere during normal operation. or a temperature rise of 250 K or more above the temperature of the prescribed hot surface. NOTE 3: The terms "flammable" and "combustible" are used as synonymous. Ignition temperature of an explosive atmosphere Lowest temperature of a heated surface at which. 77 . under specified conditions the ignition of an explosive atmosphere will occur.Terms and definitions Explosive limits Limits of explosion range (EN 1127-1: 1997). This also includes electrical devices which are not protected by one of the types of protection listed in EN 50016: 1995. Intrinsic safety Intrinsically safe electric circuits are circuits in which no sparks or thermal effects can cause ignition of a dust-air mixture.

Marking of equipment The marking of equipment includes. 78 03-0330-0352-08/05-BCS-A220271/5E . handling and storage of a product that enables it to accept responsibility for continued compliance of product with the relevant requirements and undertakes all obligations in that connections (EN 13980: 2002). equipment group. Maximum pressure occuring in a closed vessel during the explosion of a specific atmosphere in a closed vessel under specified test conditions (EN 1127-1: 1997). protective system or component which could be able to produce an ignition of surrounding explosive amosphere. Maximum surface temperature The highest temperature reached by any part or the surface of the electrical equipment when testing under the specified dust-free conditions. including supervisory actions. or restored to the state in which it can perform a required function when maintenance is performed in given conditions and using stated procedures and resources (see also IEC 60050: 1990) Maintenance Combination of all technical and administrative actions. situated at a stated location or locations. Maximum explosion pressure Pmax. type of protection and the notified body which tested the particular piece of equipment are also listed. NOTE 2: In order to avoid ignition it follows that the maximum surface temperature should always be lower than the ignition temperature of the explosive atmosphere. The maximum permissible surface temperature depends on the type of dust. Maintainability Ability of equipment. Maximum rate of explosion pressure rise ((dp/dt) max) Maximum value of the pressure rise per unit time during the explosion of a specific atmosphere in a closed vessel under specified test conditions (EN 1127-1: 1997). intended to retain an item in. its layer thickness and on the use of a safety factor. An increase in the dust layer can cause an increase in this temperature owing to the heat insulating effect of the dust. maximum surface temperature.M Note: See also definition of “combustible material“. protective system or component under given conditions of intended use to be retained in. Maximum permissible surface temperature Highest temperature which is attained in service under the most adverse operating conditions (but within the recognised tolerance) by any part or surface of equipment. Lower limit of the explosive range (EN 1127-1: 1997) Lower ignition limit The lowest concentration of fuel in a mixture with air at which the air/fuel mixture is combustible (EN 746-2:1997). Maximum operating temperature Maximum operating temperature reached when equipment or protective system is operating at its intended operating conditions. NOTE 1: The relevant surface temperature may be internal or external depending upon the type of protection concerned. amongst others. that carries out or controls such stages in the manufacture.Terms and definitions Lower explosive limit Lower limit of the concentration range in which a dust mixed with air can cause an explosion. This temperature is produced under the testing conditions. The equipment category. a state in which it can perform as required (IEC 60050-191: 1990) Manufacturer Organisation. or restore it to. information on the environmental conditions in which the equipment can be used. Note: Each piece of equipment or protective system may reach a different service temperature in different parts. assessment.

Operating temperature Temperature reached when the apparatus is operating at its rating (EN 50014: 1997). Minimum ignition temperature of a dust layer Lowest temperature of a hot inner wall of a furnace at which ignition occurs in a dust cloud in air contained therein (EN 50281-2-1: 1998). Operating instructions Rules of procedure for employees for normal operation. Oxygen limit concentration OLC or O2-LC Maximum oxygen concentration in a mixture of a combustible material with air and an inert gas. Normal operation Situation when the equipment. gives the highest value of the maximum explosion pressure after ignition. and also there is an effective source of ignition. determined under specified test conditions. deposits and heaps of combustible dust should be considered as a source which can form an explosive atmosphere. Notified body Test centre for testing and certification of equipment of categories 1 and 2. at which an explosion does not occur. protective systems. cleaning of machines and their surroundings. Operating conditions for the intended purpose The function assigned to the apparatus or protection system by the manufacturer. is finer than the median value). marking or cordoning off of hazardous areas. and components are operating for their intended use within their design parameters. the ignition of dust layers may be dependent upon local conditions. (EN 1127-1: 1997). devices. Organisational measures Preparation of the explosion protection document. Lowest energy which is sufficient to effect ignition of the most easily ignitable explosive atmosphere under specified test conditions. Most explosive atmosphere Explosive atmosphere with a concentration of flammable substances which under specified conditions. components and their combinations as well as software as defined in 3. based on the rated values given by the manufacturer. 03-0330-0352-08/05-BCS-A220271/6E Product The term product covers equipment.2 von EN ISO 9000: 2000 (EN 13980: 2002). and corresponding responsibilities.4.Terms and definitions Median value MW Value for mean particle size (50 % by wt. preparation of operating instructions. where account may need to be taken of such factors as the presence of thick layers of dust and of the distribution of temperature in environment. 79 . Preconditions for dust explosions When fine combustible solids mixed with air come together at the same time and place (dust cloud) within the explosion limits (sufficient proportion of dust and oxygen). maintenance of machines and equipment. regular instruction of employees. This method of testing is not necessarily representative of all industrial conditions. Note: minor releases of flammable material may be part of normal operation. as also in case of faults. carrying out of special work in potentially explosive atmospheres only with special permission. NOTE: Layers. wearing of personal protective clothing/equipment. of the dust is coarser and 50 % by wt. NOTE 1: Because of the wide range of processes in industry. Minimum ignition energy MZE or Emin. protective systems.

protected by either explosion relief or explosion suppression (EN 1127-1: 1997). The surface temperature of the outside enclosure is limited.Terms and definitions Pressurization Technique of applying a protective gas to an enclosure in order to prevent the formation of an explosive atmosphere inside the enclosure by maintaining an overpressure against the surrounding atmosphere. Protection by enclosure Type of protection in which the enclosure is so tight that no combustible dust can penetrate into the interior. Upper limit of the explosive range (EN 1127-1: 1997). the following definitions are only applicable to equipment group II 03-0330-0352-08/05-BCS-A220271/7E Zone 20 A place in which an explosive atmosphere in the form of a cloud of combustible dust in air is present continuously. and where necessary by using dilution (EN 50016: 1995). Rated value Quantitative value. Self ignition of dust in bulk Ignition of dusts caused by the rate of heat generation from oxidation and/or decomposition reactions of the dust being greater than the rate of heat loss to the surroundings (EN 1127-1: 1997). Zones . Zone 21 A place in which an explosive atmosphere in the form of a cloud of combustible dust in air is likely to occur in normal operation occasionally. Temperature class Classification of equipment. Temperature limitation The maximum permissible surface temperature of equipment to be used in one of the three zones must be determined by deducting a safety margin from the lowest ignition temperature of the particular dust. protective system or component Reduced explosion pressure (pred) Pressure generated by an explosion of an explosive atmosphere in a vessel. Type of protection Specific measures applied to equipment to avoid ignition of a surrounding atmosphere Upper explosive limit Upper limit of the concentration range in which a dust can explode in a mixture with air. The ignition temperature of a dust cloud and the smouldering temperature of dust layers up to 5 mm thickness is determined using the method specified in EN 50281-2-1. assigned generally by the manufacturer. for a specified operating condition of a piece of equipment. Smouldering temperature See minimum ignition temperature of a dust layer. if it does occur. Rating Set of rated values and operating conditions (EN 50014: 1997). 80 . Zone 22 A place in which an explosive atmosphere in the form of a cloud of combustible dust in air is not likely to occur in normal operation but.zones for dust Potentially explosive atmospheres are classified into zones based upon the frequency of the occurence and the duration of explosive dust/air mixtures. protective system or component for explosive atmospheres based on its maximum surface temperature. or for long periods or frequently. will persist for a short period only.

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The Purchaser shall provide at its own expense and in good time: a) all earth and construction work and other ancillary work outside the scope of the Supplier. 2. defects in title 1. 2 BGB. (ii) does not concede the existence of an infringement and (iii) leaves any protective measures and settlement negotiations to the discretion of the Supplier. Furthermore. If.5 % of the price of the items of the Supplies. shipping. lower storage costs have been incurred. be limited to an amount of 10 % of the value of the part of the Supplies which. it shall be obliged to point out to the third party that no acknowledgement of the alleged infringement may be inferred from the fact that the use has been discontinued.) as follows: 1. including costs of travel and transport. costs for the transport of tools and equipment. General terms and conditions of the Purchaser shall apply only it and when expressly accepted by the supplier or the provider of services (hereinafter referred to as „Supplier“) in writing. 2 as follows: a) The Supplier shall choose whether to acquire. gross negligence or injury of life. irrespective of any claims for damages it may have according to Art. The risk shall pass to the Purchaser if dispatch. 5. 478 BGB is limited to cases where the Purchaser has not concluded an agreement with its customers exceeding the scope of the statutory provisions governing claims based on Defects. Receiving of Supplies The Purchaser shall not refuse to receive Supplies due to minor defects. III. Sec. The Supplier shall first be given the opportunity to supplement its performance („Nacherfüllung“) within a reasonable period of time. 438 para. 4. If the Supplier is responsible for the delay (hereinafter referred to as „Delay“) and the Purchaser demonstrably suffered a loss therefrom. This limitation shall not apply in the case of mandatory liability based on intent. and 9 shall apply mutatis mutandis in the event of an infringement of an IPR. Upon request of the Purchaser.5 % for every completed week of Delay. erection or commissioning has been completed. body or health. the taking over in the own works or the trial run is delayed for reasons for which the Purchaser is responsible or if the Purchaser has otherwise failed to accept the Supplies. Impossibility of performance. 5. Art. No. and material. 4. the provisions of Art. For the duration of the retention of title. assembly/erection shall be subject to the following provisions: 1. There shall be no claims based on Defect in cases of insignificant deviations from the agreed quality. At the Supplier’s request the Purchaser shall declare within a reasonable period of time whether the Purchaser cancels the contract due to the delayed Supplies or insists on the Supplies to be carried out. 4. However. The Documents shall not be made accessible to third parties without the Supplier’s prior consent and shall. Claims of the Purchaser shall be excluded if it is itself resonsible for the infringement of an IPR. the Purchaser shall bear the reasonable costs incurred for idle times and any additional travelling of the Supplier or the erection personnel. The scope of deliveries and/or services (hereinafter referred to as „Supplies“) shall be determined by the written declarations of both Parties. and Sec. storage costs of 0. including the necessary skilled and unskilled labour. VII. d) suitable dry and lockable rooms of sufficient size adjacent to the site for the storage of machine parts. body or health. If the Supplier intends to exercise its right to cancel the contract. If the Supplier is also responsible for assembly or erection and unless otherwise agreed. The Purchaser’s claim for damages shall. 1 a) above. body or health. provided that the reason for the Defect had already existed at the time when the risk passed. 5. war. The above provision does not imply a change in the burden of proof to the detriment of the Purchaser. Transfer of risk 1. X. 2. 4. but in no case more than a total of 5 %. Moreover. Claims based on defects attributable to improper modifications or repair work carried out by the Purchaser or third parties and the consequences thereof shall be likewise excluded. it shall notify the Purchaser thereof without undue delay after having realised the repercussions of the event. 478 para. Times set for Supplies can only be observed if all Documents to be supplied by the Purchaser. If the combined value of the security interests of the Supplier exceeds the value of all secured claims by more than 20%. including sanitary facilities as are appropriate in the specific circumstances. the Supplier demands acceptance of the Supplies. 8. 3 above shall be excluded in all cases of delayed Supplies even upon expiry of a time set to the Supplier to effect the Supplies. c) energy and water at the point of use including connections. Cancellation of the contract by the Purchaser based on statute shall be limited to cases where the Supplier is responsible for the delay. to the extent that expenses are increased because the subject-matter of the Supplies was subsequently brought to another location than the Purchaser’s branch office. In the case of notification of a Defect. or where the Supplier intentionally or grossly negligently fails to fulfil its obligation or fraudulently conceals a Defect. drawings and other documents (hereinafter referred to as „Documents“). e. but in no case more than a total of 5 % of the price of that part of the Supplies which because of the Delay could not be put to the intended use. 5. 2 in the case of claims for damages under the German Product Liability Act. b) the equipment and materials necessary for assembly and commissioning such as scaffolds. Where doing so is economically unreasonable. 6. are received in time and if agreed terms of payment and other obligations of the Purchaser are fulfilled. of natural wear and tear or damage arising after the transfer of risk from faulty or negligent handling. 2. this shall not apply where the Supplier is responsible for the delay. Where other defects in title occur. 3. the start or performance of assembly or erection. The Purchaser shall inform the Supplier forthwith of any seizure or other act of intervention by third parties. Claims based on Defects are subject to a limitation period of 12 months. rooms for the erection personnel. 3. Payments shall be made free Supplier’s paying office. 4. 4. the Supplier shall release a corresponding part of the security interest if so requested by the Purchaser. to a type of use not foreseeable by the Supplier or to the Supplies being modified by the Purchaser or being used together with products not provided by the Supplier. XI (Other Claims for Damages) shall apply in respect of claims of damages. gross negligence. the materials and equipment necessary for the work to start must be available on the site of assembly/erection and any preparatory work must have advanced to such a degree that assembly/erection can be started as agreed and carried out without interruption. and personal luggage as well as allowances. 3. Prior to assembly or erection. The above shall not apply in the case of mandatory liability. at the time when the Supplies are shipped or picked up by the carrier. however. If the Purchaser stops using the Supplies in order to reduce the damage or for other good reason. after a fault-free trial run. VIII Nos. the Purchaser shall take all measures it would take for the protection of its own possessions to protect the possessions of the Supplier and of the erection personnel at the site. necessary permits and releases. gross negligence. If the Purchaser is a businessperson. 634 a para. upon request. 2. XI. Any other claims of the Purchaser against the Supplier or its agents or any such claims exceeding the claims provided for in this Art. body or health. IV No. If this would be unreasonable to demand from the Supplier. Unless otherwise agreed. including infringement of duties arising in connection with the contract or tort. may withhold payments only if the subject-matter of the notification of the Defect occurred is justified beyond doubt. Assembly and erection Unless otherwise agreed in writing. or due to injury of life. Partial Supplies shall be allowed. owing to the impossibility. of only minor impairment of usefulness. etc. the Supplier shall insure the Supplies against the usual risks of transport at the expense of the Purchaser. unless doing so complies with the intended use of the Supplies. Any claims for damages and reimbursement of expenses the Purchaser may have (hereinafter referred to as „Claims for Damages“). Venue and applicable law 1. XII. this does not imply a change in the burden of proof to the detriment of the Purchaser. The Supplier herewith reserves any industrial property rights and/or copy-rights pertaining to its cost estimates. The Purchaser shall notify Defects to the Supplier in writing and without undue delay. injury of life. to the exclusion of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG). 6. be made accessible to third parties to whom the Supplier may rightfully transfer Supplies. This provision shall not apply where longer periods are prescribed by law according to Sec. the Purchaser may cancel the contract or reduce the remuneration pursuant to the appli-cable statutory provisions. however. Unjustified notifications of Defect shall entitle the Supplier to have its expenses reimbursed by the Purchaser. 5. including failure to make payments due. The Purchaser may set off only those claims that are undisputed or against which no legal recourse is possible. as the case may be. after completion of an agreed test phase. The Purchaser shall have the non-exclusive right to use standard software. shall be excluded. the Supplier shall have the right to cancel the contract. . unless caused by intent or gross negligence or based on liability for injury of life. IX. In addition. and resale shall be possible only for resellers in the ordinary course of their business and only on condition that the reseller receives payment from its customer or makes the transfer of property to the customer dependent upon the customer fulfilling its obligation. e) protective clothing and protective devices needed due to particular conditions prevailing on the specific site. or breach of a condition which goes to the root of the contract („wesentliche Vertragspflichten“). The legal provisions regarding suspension of expiration („Ablaufhemmung“). tools. lifting equipment and other devices as well as fuels and lubricants. the Supplier shall be entitled to cancel the contract and take back the Retained Goods in the case of continued failure following expiry of a reasonable time set by the Supplier. at the day of taking over in the own works or. 2. to effect payment. Where the Purchaser fails to fulfil its duties. Industrial property rights and copyright. The right of the Purchaser to cancel the contract shell remain unaffected. hereinafter referred to as „Defects“. If non-observance of the times set is due to force majeure such as mobilization. as well as in cases of injury of life. This shall not apply in cases of mandatory liability based on intent. 2. e. 9. 8 above shall apply mutatis mutandis to the scope of the right of recourse the Purchaser has against the Supplier pursuant to Sec. VIII. shall be excluded. strike or lockout. if so agreed. Items pertaining to the Supplies („Retained Goods“) shall remain the property of the Supplier until each and every claim the Supplier has against the Purchaser on account of the business connection has been fulfilled. 2. The Purchaser.General Terms and Conditions of Sale of BARTEC GmbH I. materials. travel costs. The Purchaser shall attest to the hours worked by the erection personnel towards the Supplier at weekly intervals and the Purchaser shall immediately confirm in writing if assembly. and adequate working and recreation. XI. If assembly. 3. it shall be time-barred upon expiration of the limitation period applicable to Defects pursuant to Art. or from non-reproducible software errors. Purchaser’s claims for damages due to delayed Supplies as well as claims for damages in lieu of performance exceeding the limits specified in No. b) if the Supplies include assembly or erection. the Purchaser may claim a compensation as liquidated damages of 0. the risk shall pass to the Purchaser as follows: a) if the Supplies do not include assembly or erection. However. 6. value added tax shall be added at the then applicable rate. suspension („Hemmung“) and recommencement of limitation periods remain unaffected. Legal relations existing in connection with this contract shall be governed by German substantive law. All parts or services where a Defect becomes apparent within the limitation period shall. IV. 479 para. The Purchaser may make one back-up copy without express agreement. in the case of intent. the Purchaser shall be entitled to claim damages. after completion. The above provisions do not imply a change in the burden of proof to the detriment of the Purchaser. based on a Defect. 3. Any other claims of the Purchaser against the Supplier or its agents or any such claims exceeding the claims provided for in this Art. this shall also apply even where an extension of the delivery period had previously been agreed with the Purchaser. the statutory provisions that a time limit is not needed remain unaffected. Prices and terms of payment 1. The parties to the contract may prove that higher or. cannot be put to the intended use. Art. the Purchaser shall be entitled to cancel the contract or reduce the remuneration. General 1. 7. erection or commissioning is delayed due to circumstances for which the Supplier is not responsible. the Purchaser may withhold payments to a reasonable extent taking into account the Defect occurred. delay 1. at its own expense. Furthermore. 3. b) The Supplier’s liability to pay damages shall be governed by Art. 6. 2. defective workmanship. 4. heating and lighting. labour. the Purchaser shall pay the agreed remuneration and any incidental costs required. 1 No. To the extent that the Purchaser has a valid Claim for Damages according to this Art. and on the agreed equipment. 2. If supplementary performance is unsuccessful. Prices shall be ex works and exclude packaging. Retention of title 1.

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