Description of a Process Control Enclosure in a Hazardous, or Explosion Proof Location

This is a short video that explains what an explosion-proof enclosure looks like, how it works, and why it is safe to use in explosive or combustible atmospheres.

The definition of “explosion-proof” doesn’t mean the enclosure can withstand the forces of an external explosion, but rather that it will cool any escaping hot gases (caused by an internal spark or arcing contacts) sufficiently enough as to not to allow the ignition of combustible gases or dusts in the surrounding area.

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