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...
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.
- 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...
- 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...