Atex System, engineering company and designer of electrical solutions for hazardous areas, propose its own certified solutions following ATEX and IECEx standards. Player of the oil market for more than 10 years, our main expertise is the production, mounting, wiring and testing of explosion proof enclosures for the needs of our customers.
The main areas of expertise is centered on flameproof enclosures solutions, wired and tested according to customer expectations. The company is also specialized in the study of innovative solutions such as radio transmission, gas analysis, wireless solutions,…
Areas of activity: oil & gas industry, chemical, pharmaceutical, cosmetology, food-processing industry, metal/steel, motoring.
We propose you a wide choice of products including:
- Stainless steel, aluminium or GRP (Glass fiber reinforced polyester) enclosures;
- Explosion-proof luminaries, lightings, lamps, signalisation systems and horns;
- Intrinsically safe sensors or increased safety commutators and lights;
-And also, explosion proof phone, aerotherms, fans...
Atex system’s main experience and knowledge is to meet customer’s need with fully equipped enclosures or junction boxes. Our global solutions are recognized by many major companies working in the Oil & Gas (both onshore and offshore), Petrochemical, Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals sectors and also bulk drug, fertilizer units.
Our services, assistance and expertise to help you to conceive and to develop explosion proof products and functional units for hazardous areas, are made in coordination with your research departments to propose you global solutions at a competitive price and with a very high degree of quality.
Since 1st July 2003, ATEX directives are mandatory and applicable for the whole European Community. All companies which are concerned by the manufacturing, the use or the distribution of equipments intended to be put into service in explosive atmospheres, have to conform to the essential requirements with regard to safety and health which are envisaged by the ATEX Directive 94/9/CE.