Potentially explosive atmospheres

Approved temperature sensors with 5 year warranty! We are the standard for harsh environments.

EPIC® SENSORS temperature sensors are also manufactured for different kind of potentially explosive areas and zones.

We have customized temperature measurement sensors for explosion-endangered areas for over a decade. A danger of explosion can arise from the presence of flammable liquids, gases or dusts. We have taken responsibility for temperature measurement related to many types of equipment used in Ex areas, including, for example:

  • pipes/tanks
  • trace heating control
  • electrical equipment and components
  • gearboxes
  • pumps and pump/motor combinations.

Solutions can be executed according to application's requirements, with protection types:

  • flameproof enclosure Ex db: ATEX / EAC certified
  • increased safety Ex e: ATEX / EAC certified, selected types also IECEx / KCs certified
  • dust protection by housing Ex tb: ATEX / EAC certified, selected types also IECEx / KCs certified
  • intrinsic safety Ex i: authorized body investigated.

Please read more about How to select the right product for you solution here.

Take a closer look at our solutions:

Ex db / Ex tb
Temperature sensors

Ex e / Ex tb
Temperature sensors

Ex i
Temperature sensors

Protection types and their approval information are presented on individual product pages.

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