UL-certified control stations for extreme temperatures

By Chemical Engineering |

R. Stahl

This company has obtained updated UL approval for its explosion-protected Ex e (increased safety) control stations from the 8146 and 8150 Series (photo), as well as its ConSig 8040 range of control and signaling stations for use in an extended ambient temperature range. This means that 8146/55 Series control stations are now suitable for use across North America in hazardous (classified) locations at ambient temperatures between –50°C (–58°F) and 40°C (104°F). The 8150/5 Series of control stations, which is made out of stainless steel, has been approved for temperatures as low as –60°C (–76°F) and up to 85°C (185°F). The robust enclosures, which are available in different dimensions, can be individually configured and equipped with control devices, indicator lamps, illuminated pushbuttons, control switches, ammeters and voltmeters. — R. Stahl, Waldenburg, Germany


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