Ice Qube Industrial Hazardous Location Air Conditioner

Ice Qube has been manufacturing Hazardous Location Air Conditioners since 2003 and today Ice Qube offers an innovative full line of Class I Division 2 products ranging from 1000-20000 Btu/h (293-5961 Watts) of closed-loop cooling capacitycertified equipment without a bulky and expensive NEMA 7 flameproof enclosure. This line is also available in Zone 2 with Atex EC-Type Examination Certificate and IECEx IECEx Certificate of Conformity certifications and ranges from 1000-20000 Btu/h (293-5961 Watts) of closed-loop cooling capacity. Ice Qube’s hazardous location air conditioners do not rely on a purge system to maintain certifications and run safely in a hazardous environment.

The Evolution (EV) Series air conditioners are more compact, light, and efficient than traditional hazardous location air conditioners with models up to 12,000 Btu/h of closed-loop cooling capacity that will fit on a 12” deep enclosure, and up to 20000 Btu/h of closed-loop cooling capacity on an 18” deep enclosure making this one of the most compact series on the market. The EV series operates up to an ambient temperature of 140°F/60°C in the harshest of environments, making it the industry standard worldwide.

Ice Qube’s Zone 1 hazardous air conditioners range 4000-12000 Btu/h (1172-3517 Watts) of closed-loop cooling capacity in vertical mount style.

Ice Qube’s hazardous location air conditioners all have the same features as our general-purpose line of air conditioners but with added protection to meet the certified requirements of UL, ETL, CSA, EAC, SASO, ATEX, and IECEx for the respective environments of Class I Division 2, Zone 2, and Zone 1 locations. These environments include process control systems for chemical, petrochemical, refining, field drilling, offshore drilling, and more.

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    Class I Division 2 is an area where explosive gases, vapors or liquids are not present under normal operating conditions. In a Class I Division 2 area the gas, vapor or liquids are...

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    Zone 1 is an area where explosive gases, vapors or liquids are likely to exist under normal operating conditions. In a Zone 1 area, unwanted gases, vapors, or liquids can be presen...

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    Zone 2 is an area where explosive gases, vapors or liquids are not present under normal operating conditions. In a Zone 2 area the gas, vapor or liquids are only present under abno...
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