Why use an ATEX battery for your application

ATEX and Hazardous Environments

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ATEX stands for ATmospheres EXplosible. This refers to the environments that these batteries may operate within and include areas that are considered to be hazardous, or potentially explosive, and include environments that are both gaseous (typically petrochemical) and dusty, such as flour mills, saw mills and some food processing plants. Specifically an ATEX battery or ATEX battery pack is specifically designed to conform to European Union directive 94/9/EC.

ATEX Batteries In Demand

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ATEX Batteries and Intrinsically Safe Batteries are in great demand from industries such as nuclear and defence. We have all heard of rechargeable batteries and Lithium-Ion batteries but what precisely are ATEX Batteries?


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