Control Instruments Corporation’s complete line of PrevEx Flammability Analyzers, models SNR671, SNR672, SNR674, and SNR675, all received ATEX approval. All monitor a number of common vapors and are unaffected by temperatures in processes as diverse as flexographic printing and ceramic kilns.

The essence of the PrevEx detection system lies in its ability to perform accurately under the demands of the industrial environment. Its unique sensing flame technology has proven itself to be the most reliable in the industry, ensuring unmatched safety and ultra-fast response time, even when sampling a mixture of several different flammable vapors. It is in recognition to these exclusive features, that the PrevEx analyzers were declared compliant with ATEX Directives (the ATEX Directive embodies the European requirements for equipment used in potentially explosive atmospheres).

ATEX Declaration of Conformity

The products are in conformity with the following EU Directives:

  • 89/336/EWG - Electromagnetic Compatibility
  • 73/23/EWG - Low Voltage Directive
  • 94/9/EG - Equipment and Protective Systems Intended For Use in Potentially Explosive Atmospheres

The following standards and/or normative documents have also been applied:

  • EN 50081-2: 1994 Electromagnetic Compatibility, Generic Emissions Standard, Part 2: Industrial
  • EN 50082-2: 1996 Electromagnetic Compatibility, Generic Immunity Requirements, Part 2: Industrial
  • EN 50270: 2000-01 Electromagnetic compatibility of electrical apparatus for the detection and measurement of combustible gases, toxic gases, or oxygen
  • EN 61010-1:1993-03 Safety Requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use, part 1: general requirements
  • DIN EN 61779-1: 2000 + A11:2004 Electrical apparatus for the detection and measurement of flammable gases – Part 1: General requirements and test methods
  • DIN EN 61779-4:2000 Electrical apparatus for the detection & measurement of flammable gases – Part 4: Performance requirements for group II apparatus indicating a volume fraction up to 100% lower explosive limit
  • DIN EN 50271:2001 Electrical apparatus for the detection and measurement of combustible gases, toxic gases or oxygen – requirements and test for detectors using software and/or digital technologies
  • DIN EN 50014: 2000-02 Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres – General requirements
  • DIN EN 50016:1996-05 Electrical equipment for use in potentially explosive atmospheres: pressurized apparatus ‘p’

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