ATEX solutions for burner management systems

Published:  11 October, 2010

ETC, ATEX, burner management

ETC has added a range of servo motors and peripheral devices to the ETC6000 burner management family for use in ATEX Zone 1 and 2 hazardous areas. Managing director Martin Thirsk explains, ‘The development of peripheral equipment for use in ATEX controlled areas will allow our customers to meet the requirements of specifications where more expensive failsafe PLC systems would previously have been required.’

The ETC6000 provides a flexible solution that can address most industrial burner applications and has regulatory approvals that includes CE, TRD, UL, FM and AGA. The ETC6000 has also been assessed to EN61580 (2001) and is suitable for inclusion in S.I.L.3 loops.’

For more information on this story, click here:  Oct 2010, 188

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