Welcome to our online Tutorial hosted by Yves Degroote from Dynaco, the leading manufacturer of high performance, high speed doors for industrial, hazardous areas and explosive atmosphere applications.
Yves provides an excellent technical and terminological explanation of the ATEX Directive and the commercial features and benefits of their Dynaco S-5 market leading ATEX certified door.
The origins of ATEX is covered and the Directive’s role in accident and incident prevention in the oil, gas and chemicals industries.
The intention of this Tutorial is to raise industry awareness of potential non-compliance risks in the hazardous area industries – we present an innovative and ATEX compliant solution which when carefully understood can actually deliver proven economic benefits through reduced energy costs and improved worksite productivity with carbon footprint reductions and Health & Safety improvements.
Tutorial Overview. Run Time 31.15:
What is ATEX & Hazardous Area Classification – Why? Where? How? Who? When?
Worst Situation Scenario’s – Video & Accident History
ATEX Certification – Summary
ATEX Zones – What is the Level of Explosion Risk for Flammable Hazardous Gas & Vapour
ATEX Zones – What is the Level of Explosion Risk for Combustible Ducts
Explosive Gas and Dust Groups & Temperature Class Ratings (T-Class)
Overcoming Specification & ATEX Compliance Challenges
No Doors, Manual Doors or High Speed Doors?
Demonstrating Cost Justification Through ROI To End Clients
Partioning In Hazardous Area Zones & Reducing Footprint Costs of ATEX Classified Zones
How & Why To Specify High Speed Doors To Ensure Compliance with ATEX 2014/34/EU
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By Thorne & Derrick International