Ross SysCon touchscreen purged panels meet the Underwriters Laboratories’ UL-508A Code for non-hazardous control panels as well as the UL-698A Code, which covers industrial control panels designed for hazardous locations, including the use of intrinsically safe barriers. They also comply with the National Fire Protection Association’s NFPA-496 Code that relates to purged and pressurized enclosures. Suitable for most hazardous locations, the purge panel enclosures can be constructed from NEMA 4 carbon steel or NEMA 4x stainless steel.
Purged panels are alternatives to NEMA 7 and 9 explosion-proof enclosures
Are available in models to fulfill regulatory or aesthetic requirements
Apr 9th, 2018
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