Do you work in a facility with potentially explosive areas? An ATEX approved data logger can provide you with extra confidence, security and total safety when monitoring data in explosive zones. We stock a range of temperature and humidity data loggers that meet ATEX regulations at Loggershop to suit your industry.
ATEX stands for ‘Atmospheres Explosibles’ and is a European Union regulation to ensure any equipment used in an explosive environment is completely safe. For example, using a temperature or humidity data logger with ATEX certification means it is compliant and safe for use in an atmosphere where explosions could occur, such as EtO monitoring and ATEX waterproof data loggers.
An explosive atmosphere in the workplace is normally related to atmospheres that produce or set free flammable vapours or gases, or in facilities that deal with fine dusts such as wood. If these components exist in the atmosphere alongside an ignition substance, then this is classed as a serious explosion risk.
Some common examples of explosive workplaces include paint spraying companies, the Ministry of Defence and facilities that deal with flammables.
Explosive atmospheres in the workplace can be very dangerous, therefore an intrinsically safe ATEX data logger provides various industries with a secure layer of protection and reassurance. This is because the temperature and humidity data loggers for use throughout the data monitoring process have been designed and approved with safety in mind. Based on this, we always recommend using a data logger with ATEX certification to ensure you maintain a safe working environment. Also, an ATEX temperature and humidity data logger ensures you are working with safe application thresholds, such as temperature.
At Loggershop we stock a range of ATEX data loggers, including the industry trusted, revolutionary RHTemp1000EX. This temperature and humidity data logger is built from stainless steel and is durable enough to withstand harsh environments in a variety of industry applications.
If you feel that your facility could benefit from using data loggers with an ATEX certification, browse our extensive range at Loggershop. For expert advice and friendly service on which intrinsically safe data logger would work best for you, contact us on 01929 459459 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.