Wall-mounted air conditioner AIR-EX-FTXM series

wall-mounted air conditioner
wall-mounted air conditioner
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Cooling power

Min.: 2 kW

Max.: 7.1 kW

Heating power

Min.: 2.5 kW

Max.: 8.2 kW


ATEX Zone 2, Explosion Proof Split Unit Air Conditioners (Technical cooling/heating, plug and play, pre-filled with R32 or R410A refrigerant) Explosion Safety: ce ex II 3G ; Ex ec ic nC h IIC T3 Gc (ready for all gasgroups IIA/IIB/IIC) Atexxo Manufacturing, explosion proof air conditioners (ATEX) developed for technical cooling and 24/7 operation. These split units are designed for safe use in zone 2 gas/vapor explosive atmospheres, suitable for all gas groups including hydrogen. ATEX Zone 2 is the European equivalent for US, NEC Class 1 Division 2 equipment. (C1D2) The units have integrated heat pump function for both heating and cooling. In hot climates only the cooling mode can be selected. The Explosion Proof Air conditioners and ATEX split units are equipped with European approved R-32 refrigerant, with zero Ozon depletion potential (ODP) and a low global warming potential (GWP) of just 675. The units can be delivered with R32 or R410A refrigerant. Conversion to ATEX explosion proof is in line with Atexxo’s philosophy of providing excellent explosion protection while maintaining all features of the original product. This makes the ATEX Air conditioners easy to install and operate. The sets consist of ATEX approved outdoor-, EX rated indoor unit and explosion proof wireless remote controller. 50/60Hz power rating Online controller via app Easy to install and operate ATEX Zone 2 Classified (Zone 22 on request) R32 or R410A refrigerant Standard “Blue Fin” anti-corrosion treatment Technical Cooling / Heating Chemical plants and ships Offshore oil platforms Battery rooms Storage of hazardous goods Analyzer cabinets


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