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AR-050: Artidor’s new Zone 1 air conditioner

18 May 2018

With the introduction of the AR-050 Zone 1 air conditioner, Artidor provides an answer to a wide range of demands in the market for explosion-safe products. The AR-050 is designed with the harsh marine, offshore and coastal conditions of tropical countries in mind. 

They are corrosion resistant, durable and suitable for ambient temperatures up to 55 °C. By integrating an additional heat exchanger and water pump, the units can be delivered as a water chiller for process cooling purposes. The optional 4-way valve upgrades the air conditioner or water chiller to an actual heat pump, also capable of heating.

The controls of the air conditioner are all housed in a maintenance-free flameproof housing. The unit can be operated by means of the switches and push buttons on the outside of this housing. A 3.8” graphical colour display gives feedback to the operator on the actual temperatures, the status of the system and provides troubleshooting information.

The electrical connections can easily be made in the stainless steel, increased safe housing. There is no need for special, and often hard to install, Ex d cable glands.

The AR-050 air conditioners and water chillers are available in capacity levels from 5 kW in steps up to 15 kW. They are explosion-safe according ATEX and IECEx, product category II 2G, group IIB and temperature class T4. The units are CE marked.

Artidor Explosion Safety B.V.
Emopad 38
5663 PB Geldrop
The Netherlands
Contact: Mr. Marc Moolenaar (director)
Phone: +31 (0)40 7873911

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