ATEX Certified Solenoid Valves For Potentially Explosive Environments
Ultra-durable, proven fire suppression systems are essential for applications that have an explosion risk. To protect property and personnel, the European Union established the Directive 2014/34EU that applies to products sold in the EU intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. Conforming products or components are "ATEX-Certified." Rotarex Firetec produces fire suppression systems with ATEX-certified solenoid valves for inert gas and CO2 installations. Now, end-users can be confident their fire protection system will operate as designed and without any risk even in extreme environments.
All devices intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres are subject to the European Union Directive 2014/34EU. In order to protect installations and personnel, this Directive defines the requirements and conformity assessment procedures to be applied to products sold in the EU for use in applications where explosive mixtures are present — such as offshore platforms, petrochemical plants and flour mills. Conforming products or components are "ATEX-Certified."
To give end-users confidence that their
fire protection system
will operate as designed and without any risk even in the harshest environments,
has developed ATEX certified solenoid valves for inert gas and CO2 systems.
To learn more about our ATEX-certified valves, please contact a
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