Ex-Safety and main current switches ATEX

Safety switches are used to reliably isolate the power supply on elec­trical installations and apparatus during maintenance, cleaning and repair work. Main current switches are used to operate drives, motors and other electrical equipment. Star-delta starters, reversing starters and pole-changing switches (Dahlander switches) can be im­plemented with CEAG main current switches.

Motors have to be protected against over­loads, phase failures and over­heating: CEAG power circuit breakers and manual motor starters feature phase-failure protection as well as thermal and electromagnetic tripping for reliable motor protection. CEAG manual motor starters have such a precise tripping time that they are equally suited for the protection of Ex-e as well as Ex-d motors – to put you on the safe side.

GHG 26 / EXKO 2.. Ex-Safety Switches

CEAG safety switches can be protected against inadvertent switching on by our integrated locking facility for up to three padlocks in the OFF position. To prevent manipulations, the enclosure covers cannot be opened in the locked position without destroying the enclosure itself.

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GHG 9810048 Ex-Safety Switches for Zone 22

The switches are available in 3-pole, 4-pole, and 6-pole versions in sizes ranging from 25 A to 400A. The 630 A and 700 A sizes are available in 3-pole or 4-pole versions. On the 25 A through 80 A sizes, they feature full AC-3 switching capacity for squirrel- cage motors during starting or while running per EN 60947-3 Appendix A. This is the most typical industrial application for motors. Sizes 100 A and above feature full AC-23 switching capacity for motor loads or other highly inductive loads per EN60947-3 Appendix A.

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GHG 981/KO 7317 Industrial Safety Switches

CEAG safety switches can be protected against inadvertent switching on by our integrated locking facility for up to three padlocks in the OFF position. To prevent manipulations, the enclosure covers cannot be opened in the locked position without destroying the enclosure itself.

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GHG 26 Ex-Main Current Switches

CEAG main current switches in a number of versions can be protected against inadvertent switching on by our integrated locking facility for up to three padlocks in the OFF position.

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EXKO 7318 Ex-Main Circuit Breakers

CEAG main circuit breakers enable making or breaking of circuits under normal operating conditions as well as cutting in, briefly conducting and cutting out currents under exceptional conditions, such as short circuiting.

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GHG 635 Ex-Manual Motor Starters

CEAG main circuit breakers enable making or breaking of circuits under normal operating conditions as well as cutting in, briefly conducting and cutting out currents under exceptional conditions, such as short circuiting.

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