Components for Hazardous Areas & Explosive Atmospheres [Ex]
List of products by brand Extronics
Extronics is a manufacturer dealing with explosion-proof equipment, which history started in 1992, and today they specialize in developing and manufacturing ATEX, IECEx, and North American certified equipment for use in hazardous areas, and rugged industrial products for harsh environments. They operate in industries such as: oil and gas - onshore and offshore; chemical; pharmaceutical - in safe areas, dust environments, gaseous atmospheres, eg. wireless networks and temperature monitoring - FDA approved; mining - equipment used in mining environments needs extra certification requirements; semiconductor; automotive - assembly halls, rework halls, test halls; aerospace - commercial and military aviation, jet engines, and maintenance, repair and overhaul, (MRO) service; logistics - e.g. shipping tracking; glass manufacturing - e.g. tracking glass carriers; tyre manufacturing; heavy equipment manufacturing; petrochemicals.
Their assortment consists of, among others, such products and solutions as RFID/WiFi Antennas, Antena EX iANT 100, Hazardous Area Cameras and Digital Cameras, iCAM501 Ultra - Intrinsically Safe Zone 0 Digital Cameras, RF Isolators, and other explosion-proof equipment.
They are global experts in manufacturing equipment that’s certified safe to use in ATEX, IECEx, and NEC 505 hazardous areas, with a particular specialization in intrinsic safety.
They cooperate and deliver components to the globally renowned leaders in electronics, such as Cisco, Aruba, Siemens, and more.
The company also participates in creating and using a network called AeroScout Real Time Location Solutions for both workers’ safety and accountability, as well as asset management, since 2006.
Extronics company is ISO 9001:2015 management system and BS EN ISO/IEC 80079-34:2011 certified for explosive atmosphere equipment manufacture. Additionally, they have an ATEX quality certificate of the directive 2014/34/EU, as well as the IECEx certificate. For North America, they own MET certificates for a number of products, with addition to approvals from MSHA. They also have crucial certifications like: RoHS - Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive on the limitation of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment, adopted in 2003 by the European Union; Conflict Minerals - policy statement of the EICC and GeSi, which demands to ensure gold, tin, tantalum and tungsten originate from conflict-free zones; and REACH - Registration Evaluation Authorization and restriction of Chemicals policy.
Thanks to the operation in compliance with several important certificates, professional customer service and continuous development and environmental protection actions, Extronics managed to win the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade.