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Air fans, blowers and ventilators for industrial plants from Buffalo, New York. Sales of industrial axial power roof and wall ventilators, exhaust and supply centrifugal spun aluminum fans and blowers. Quick delivery from stock of axial and centrifugal fans and blowers: ventilatora,fana,blowera,PRV fabs,propeller ventilators ,industrial building ventilation, fan ventilating,cooling,high volume air circulation, building air circulating,wall and roof exhaust and supply air circulator fans, mobile fan exhausters BC Pressure Blowers are designed for high-pressure, industrial-process applications.  All applications can be handled in either induced-draft or forced-draft configurations. Numerous modifications and accessories make the BC Pressure Blower suitable for a wide range of systems. This high capacity  product utilizes a high efficiency, backward curved wheel to achieve flows to 80,000 CFM and pressures to 110" and temperatures to 800 degrees. BC Pressure Blowers are available in sizes 24" to 73", Arr. 1, 4, and 8 in 7 discharge positions.
ATEX (ATmosphères EXplosibles) is a conglomeration of European Union (EU) directives outlining equipment installed and operated in potentially explosive atmospheres. The ATEX directive coordinates various technical and legal conditions throughout Europe to ensure a high level of safety for the end-user by reducing the explosion risk through established design methods.

Since July 1, 2003, equipment manufactured for operation in potentially explosive environments has been required to comply with the EU’s ATEX Manufacturer’s Directive (94/9/EC). The ATEX Directive applies to all countries in the EU and the European Economic Area (EEA).

The ATEX Directive places the burden directly on the end-user. The end-user is responsible for the following:

• Prevention of the formation of explosive atmospheres and possible ignition threats
• Evaluating the risk of explosion for their specific atmosphere and process
• Eliminating or reducing the level of risk for a specific atmosphere and/or process
• Classifying the work and equipment environment into “zones/categories” for determining preparation of documentation for explosion protection
• Identifying hazardous areas and utilizing warning signs to alert personnel and equipment suppliers of the potential hazard
• Specifying suitably safe equipment for use in the zone to the engineer or equipment supplier

The end-user is required to evaluate the environment where equipment is to be located and operated. When evaluating hazardous locations, it is important to consider the hazardous material (gases or dusts) itself, how the material may interact with the surroundings (atmosphere, equipment and personnel), likelihood of explosion due to the surroundings, and the level of any anticipated effects.

Since the introduction of the ATEX Directives in 2003, mechanical equipment manufacturers have been subject to similar certification requirements as electrical equipment manufacturers. Fan manufacturers have been allowed to subscribe to the manufacturing process as detailed in the European Standard EN 14986:2006, “Design of fans working in potentially explosive atmospheres,” which provides a guide for meeting the ATEX Directive (94/9/EC).

European Standard EN 14986 outlines manufacturing and design criteria for fan manufacturers to adhere to. Such design requirements include, but are not limited to, permissible material pairings, minimum clearances between rotating elements and the fan casing, casing design, bearing selection, impeller-to-shaft attachment and motor/electrical selection. As long as the fan manufacturer meets the requirements of the European Standard EN 14986:2006, they are in compliance with the ATEX directive (94/9/EC).