Artidor’s explosion-safe rooftop air conditioners are made to safely provide a pleasant climate in an area that can contain an explosive atmosphere as a result of released gas.
The rooftop air conditioners only take up little space. The control knobs for ventilating, cooling or heating and the air thermostat are built-in in the low ceiling panel. No connections need to be made to the cooling system to install the compact rooftop air conditioner and therefore there is no need to call in a specialized refrigeration technician. The circuits to the operation knobs and thermostat are intrinsically safe and the connection between the rooftop unit and the ceiling plate is made by means of connectors. Installation of the unit is therefore fast and efficient.
The rooftop unit can be provided with a wired remote control if access to the control knobs in the ceiling panel is not practical.
All units are provided with an additional coating of the sheet steel parts, copper tubing and aluminum condenser and evaporator fins to increase service life under harsh conditions.
The Artidor rooftop air conditioners are explosion-safe and certified in accordance with the European Directive 2014/34/EU (ATEX 114) and have a CE mark. The air conditioners meet the requirements for product category 3 G, suitable for use in a hazardous area classified as Zone 2 (gas).