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over the years today’s leading airswept vertical roller mill is the compact ATOX Offering high reliability low installation costs and a wide range of sizes the ATOX grinds and dries all types of coal – while providing excellent economy in terms of specific energy consumption... As a leading global manufacturer of crushing equipment, milling equipment,dressing equipment,drying equipment and briquette equipment etc. we offer advanced, rational solutions for any size-reduction requirements, including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete plant plan.
Production Capacity: 70-5,000 t/d
Raw Materials: Clay, mudstone, slate, gangue, coal ash, shale, sludge and industrial solid waste.
Production Processes: Crushing, batching, grinding, balling, burning, making coal powder, cooling finished products, screening and packing.More Details
Granite Crushing production line in Cameroon is composed of GZD1300 × 4900 vibrating feeder, PE900 × 1200 jaw crusher, FTMCS430 single-cylinder hydraulic cone crusher, PF1315 impact crusher, 2YK2460 circular vibrating screen, 2YK2160 circular vibrating scMore Details
This micronized line for quicklime is in Teheran, Iran. The whole line includes pe250x400 jaw crusher, electromagnetic vibrating feeder, HGM175 grinding mill, hoist, electric control cabinet, packaging machine, pulse duster, etc., with the features of higMore Details
ATEX The ATEX directive uses zones to classify potentially explosive gas and dust atmospheres Classifications range from an ignitable condition being an unlikely occurrence Zones 2 and 22 to continuously present Zones 0 and 20 Gas Vapour Mist Zone 0 Zone 1 Zone 2 Powder Dust Zone 20 Zone 21 Zone 22 ExProofMore Details
ATEX Zones 21 and 22 are specific to hazardous dust environments like can be found in the food industry in for example a flour mill where explosible dusts are often present Some examples of explosible dusts within the food industry alongside flour are custard powder instant coffee sugar dried milk potato powder and soup powder as aMore Details
ATEX puts equipment into Groups and Categories based on the type of environment the equipment is intended to be used in and the level of protection provided by the equipment There are two Equipment Groups Group I – equipment intended for use in underground parts of mines and in those parts of surface installations of such mines liable toMore Details
450ºC where coal dust is not expected to form a layer 7 Typical ATEX and IECEx Marking II 2 G Ex d IIC T4 Gb 0359 Complies with European r ectiv 3 G Gc Suitable for Zone 2 3 D Dc Suitable for Zone 2 ATEX Categories vs Zones of Use Equipment Category ATEXMore Details
EU legislation and ATEX The ATEX Directive 201434EU covers equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres The directive defines the essential health and safety requirements and conformity assessment procedures toMore Details
The ATOX Coal Mill handles feed materials with less than one percent moisture and up to 25 percent moisture where abrasiveness and stickiness is not an issue for grinding Longlasting durability The materials used to produce the ATOX Coal Mill’s segmented wearMore Details
Locations that would be considered to be Class II include Grain elevators Flour and feed mills Metal powder manufacturers and Coal plants etc Division 1 is a subset of Class II and is classified as an area where the explosive or flammable combustible dusts mentioned above can exist under normal everyday operating conditionsMore Details
ATEX is the name commonly given to the two European Directives for controlling explosive atmospheres 1 Directive 9992EC also known as ATEX 137 or the ATEX Workplace Directive on minimum requirements for improving the health and safety protectionMore Details
CONTENT TYPES OF PROTECTION 20 31 General requirements 20 Types of protection to electrical equipment 21 Types of protection to nonelectrical equipment 22 Increased safety Ex eb 23 Nonsparking device Ex ec 23 Constructional safety cEx h 23 Intrinsically safe Ex ia ib ic 24 Control of ignition sources bEx h 24 Encapsulation Ex ma mb mc 25 Nonincendive component Ex nC 25More Details