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ATEX / IECEx Zone 0,1,2 Approved Temperature Sensors and Accessories

We are Europe’s largest manufacturer of temperature sensors, making thermocouple and resistance thermometer assemblies in every type of construction and configuration. Sensors can be supplied ATEX / IECEx approved for Zone 0,1,2 use and can also be supplied with a UKAS calibration certificate from our approved laboratory.

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ATEX / IECEx Zone 2
Temperature Sensors
Non Sparking

TC Ltd’s range of mineral insulated Thermocouple and RTD Pt100 sensors approved for use in Ex nA (Gas) and Ex tc (Dust) protection concepts in Zone 2 areas. Sensor design ensures no arcs, sparks or hot surfaces

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ATEX / IECEx Zone 2
Bearing Sensors
Non Sparking

TC Ltd’s range of tip sensitive Thermocouple and RTD Pt100 Bearing sensors are approved for use in Ex nA (Gas) and Ex tc (Dust) protection concepts in Zone 2 areas. Sensor design ensures no arcs, sparks or hot surfaces.

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ATEX / IECEx Zone 1 and 2 Approved Compression
Fittings

ATEX / IECEx adjustable compression fittings and terminal entry glands are essential when probes, sensors and other types of static elements need to be sealed as they pass into an Ex d, Ex e or Ex tD area or enclosure. They are available from stock with a variety of thread types and sizes to suit various diameter sensors.

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ATEX / IECEx Zone 1 and 2 Approved Pressure and Vacuum Sealed Feedthroughs

Our Spectite range of sealed feedthroughs inhibit the leakage of gases or other media and restrain elements from moving in the assembly because of differential pressure. The feedthroughs are typically made from stainless steel and are designed for mounting on to an Ex d, Ex e or Ex tD process vessel or enclosure.

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Guide to ATEX / IECEx Certification for Hazardous Area Equipment

A2 poster showing up to date ATEX/IECEx information, including markings, protection concepts, area definitions, standards and temperature classifications

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