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FORTRESS’ ALFREDInterblocchi per aree pericolose eatmosfere esplosive

Key Learnings Why Alfred is neededWhat the Alfred range isWho the markets for Alfred areWhat the certificates are that Alfred hasLaunch

Hazard Location Importance Electronics or mechanical machinery put in this area can spark orheat up. This leads to the atmosphere around the equipmentigniting causing an explosion. These explosions have previously caused: Expensive damagesDelayed productionInjuriesFatalitiesLost customersFines However, even without an explosion putting equipment in thisarea that is not certified can lead to fines and jail time.

What is a hazardous location or explosive atmosphere? Gas explosions Dust explosion Flyings and fibres

What is a hazardous location or explosive atmosphere?Hazard LevelContinuous hazardIntermediate hazardUnusual e atmosphere occurs continuously or frequently during normal operationExplosive atmosphere is likely to occur occasionally during normal operationExplosive atmosphere is not likely to occur during normal operation

Purpose of AlfredAllow a company with a hazardous environment to still maintainmachinery safety.

Fortress’ Alfred Logo: Fortress Interlocks Range name: Fortress’ Alfred or Alfred Range descriptor: Volatile environment interlocking solutions Inspiration: Alfred Nobel Part number prefix (3 letters): EXPHighly volatile environments can and have caused huge industrial accidents.Our Alfred range is designed to be "spark-less" to keep operators safe frommachinery and the risk of explosion with a range of options: Explosion Proof Interlock - offers a safety guard locking solution to allowfast and safe access to a machine with a rundown time. Stainless trapped key range - ideal for more complex sequencing anddesigned for machinery not controlled by a PLC.Fortress’ Alfred

Key features of the Alfred RangeATEX and IECEx to Zone 1/21North America Division 2, Zone 1/ 21Third party testingAmbient temperature -20 C to 60 C(-4 F to 140 F)Silicon freeGas DustAdditional IP69 certificateUpto Ple, Cat 4, SIL3Stainless- steel 10kN retention forceFortress Modularity

What will the Alfred Range includeElectromechanical products; Solenoid controlled Gate locks Gate Switches Gate Switches with Escape Release Bolt Modulewith monitoring switch Key Exchange with Solenoid control Key Exchange with monitoring switchMechanical products; Mechanical only Gate locks Bolt Modules (BMS) Key Exchange (XMS)

ElectricalElectrical (Solenoid/Switch) BenefitsAll equipment can beoutside the explosive area.Increases process efficiencyIncrease machineproductivity

MechanicalNonelectrical (trappedkey) benefitsIN THE USA THIS CAN BE USEDANYWHERENo electronics or wiring inexplosive areaIf the HAZLOC area is smallthe localization is not going toaffect the process efficiency orproductivity a lot.

Target Market - Food and Beverage (including agriculture)Sugar, Grain, Flour, Coffeepowder, Cocoa powder arejust a few examples ofCombustible Dust in Foodand BeverageDistilleries are example ofFlammable Gas Food andBeverage

Target Market – Wood manufacturingWood dust can bevery combustibleIn the last 3 yearsthere have been over60 explosions!

Target Markets – Chemical and pharmaceuticalsIn the chemical andpharmaceutical industry there isthe presence of a large areawith a potentially explosiveatmosphere caused bycombustible dust and gas.

Target Markets – Waste Process IndustryOutgassing of effluentsfrom large areas of awastewater plantproduces explosive gases

Target Markets – ManufacturingFrom spray paint booths to metalwork, many areas ofmanufacturing produce explosiveatmospheres.

Other Large MarketsOil and Gas – This is the mostwell-known industry withHAZLOC areasOpen Cast Mining – Whilstunderground mining is notpossible with Alfred open castmining is a large market and isa place Alfred can be used

CertificatesCertificateATEXUKEX (post Brexit)IECExNEC 500 or NEC 505CEC Annex J or CEC section 18ANZEx, also accepts IECExCCC Ex can be based on IECEx testingKosha can be based on IECEx testingInmetro can be based on IECEx testingGost R can be based on IECEx testingJpex can be based on IECEx testingcan be based on IECEx testing

ATEX – Europe“ATEX” comes from the French title of the 94/9/EC directive:Appareils destinés à être utilisés en ATmosphères Explosibles Directive 2014/34/EU (formerly known as94/9/EC) - The ATEX Equipment Directive- refersto the equipment and protective systemsintended for use in explosive atmospheres. Directive 99/92/EC – The ATEX WorkplaceDirective - refers to minimum requirements forimproving the health and safety protection ofworkers at risk from explosive atmospheres.

IECExThe IEC system for certification to standards relating toEquipment for use in Explosive Atmosphere“Passport” to the worlds Explosive Atmosphere marketIECEx standards relevant for AlfredIEC 60079-00 IEC 60079-01IEC 60079-00 IEC 60079-31IEC 60079-00 IEC 60079-36

North AmericaElectrical only!Traditionally - Class Division SchemeMore conformed with international standards - Class Zone Scheme UL 60079-0 UL 60079-1 UL 60079-31 CSA C22.2 60079-0 CSA C22.2 60079-1 CSA C22.2 60079-31

How does a customer know what they need?1. Find the certificate that applies in the location of the enduser2. Do a risk assessment3. If the interlock is being added to something already rated,the interlock needs to be at least the existing rating4. If a customer needs something of a lower rating, they canuse Alfred5. If the customer is looking to put the interlock in a higherrated area, consider discussing moving where the interlockgoes

Marking - North America*Class and Division scheme (NEC* 500, CEC Annex J)Class I, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D T4Class II, Division 2, Groups E,F,G T110 CClass III, Division 2Class and Zone scheme (NEC* 505, CEC 18)Class I, Zone 1, AEx db IIC T4 GbClass II, Zone 21, AEx tb IIIC T110 C Db IP67* This does not apply to mechanical parts

Marking - North America* - ClassClass I – The Hazard class is Flammable gases, vapors or liquidsClass II – The Hazard class is Combustible dustClass III – The Hazard class is Ignitable fibers and flying'sClass and Division scheme (NEC* 500, CEC Annex J)Class I, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D T4Class II, Division 2, Groups E,F,G T110 CClass III, Division 2Class and Zone scheme (NEC* 505, CEC 18)Class I, Zone 1, AEx db IIC T4 GbClass II, Zone 21, AEx tb IIIC T110 C Db IP67* This does not apply to mechanical parts

Marking - North America*- DivisionsDivision 1 – Where ignitable concentrations are likely undernormal operation conditionsDivision 2– Where ignitable concentrations are not likely toexist under normal operating conditions.Class and Division scheme (NEC* 500, CEC Annex J)Class I, Division2, Groups A,B,C,D T4Class II, Division 2, Groups E,F,G T110 CClass III, Division 2Class and Zone scheme (NEC* 505, CEC 18)Class I, Zone 1, AEx db IIC T4 GbClass II, Zone 21, AEx tb IIIC T110 C Db IP67* This does not apply to mechanical parts

Marking - North America*- GroupsGroups A,B,C,D – A. Acetylene, B. Hydrogen, C. Ethylene, D. PropaneGroups E,F,G- E. metal dust F. coal dust, G. grain dustClass and Division scheme (NEC* 500, CEC Annex J)Class I, Division 2, GroupsA,B,C,D T4Class II, Division 2, Groups E,F,G, T110 CClass III, Division 2Class and Zone scheme (NEC* 505, CEC 18)Class I, Zone 1, AEx db IIC T4 GbClass II, Zone 21, AEx tb IIIC T110 C Db IP67* This does not apply to mechanical parts

Marking - North America*- Maximum surface TemperatureLow protectionClass and Division scheme (NEC* 500, CEC Annex J)Class I, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D T4Class II, Division 2, Groups E,F,G, T110 CClass III, Division 2Class and Zone scheme (NEC* 505, CEC 18)Class I, Zone 1, AEx db IIC T4 GbClass II, Zone 1, AEx tb IIIC T110 C Db IP67High protectionTemperature classification, Maximumpermissible surface temperatureNEC 500CEC Annex JNEC 505CEC 18T1T2T2AT2BT2CT2DT3T3AT3BT4T4AT5T6T1T2T3T4T5T6450 C (842 F)300 C (572 F)280 C (536 F)260 C (500 F)230 C (446 F)215 C (419 F)200 C (392 F)180 C (356 F)165 C (329 F)135 C (275 F)120 C (248 F)100 C (212 F)85 C (185 F)* This does not apply to mechanical parts

Marking - North America*- ZonesHigh protectionZone 0/ 20-Very High level of protection, suitable for use in zones 0/20, 1/21 and 2/22Zone 1/ 21 – High level of protection, suitable for use in zones 1/21 and 2/22Zone 2/ 22– normal level of protection, suitable for use in zones 2/22Low protectionClass and Division scheme (NEC* 500, CEC Annex J)Class I, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D T4Class II, Division 2, Groups E,F,G, T110 CClass III, Division 2Class and Zone scheme (NEC* 505, CEC 18)Class I, Zone1, AEx db IIC T4 GbClass II, Zone 21, AEx tb IIIC T110 C Db IP67* This does not apply to mechanical parts

Marking - North America*AEx– Approved to American standardsClass and Division scheme (NEC* 500, CEC Annex J)Class I, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D T4Class II, Division 2, Groups E,F,G, T110 CClass III, Division 2Class and Zone scheme (NEC* 505, CEC 18)Class I, Zone 1, AEx db IIC T4 GbClass II, Zone 1, AEx tb IIIC T110 C Db IP67* This does not apply to mechanical parts

Marking - North America*- Protection conceptProtection concept typeClass and Division scheme (NEC* 500, CEC Annex J)Class I, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D T4Class II, Division 2, Groups E,F,G, T110 CClass III, Division 2Class and Zone scheme (NEC* 505, CEC 18)Class I, Zone 1, AEx db IIC T4 GbClass II, Zone 21, AEx tb IIIC T110 C Db IP67Related standardia, ib, icEquipment protection byintrinsically safedbEquipment protectionby "flameproofCSA UL 60079-1enclosure"eEquipment protection byincreased safetyEquipment protection bypressurized enclosureEquipment protection bypowder fillingEquipment protection byencapsulationEquipment protection by oilimmersionEquipment protection by nonsparkingpqma, mbonA, nR,nZ, nC,nLCSA UL 60079-11CSA UL 60079-7CSA UL 60079-2CSA UL 60079-5CSA UL 60079-18CSA UL 60079-6CSA UL 60079-15

Marking - North America*- Protection conceptClass and Division scheme (NEC* 500, CEC Annex J)Class I, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D T4Class II, Division 2, Groups E,F,G, T110 CClass III, Division 2Class and Zone scheme (NEC* 505, CEC 18)Class I, Zone 1, AEx db IIC T4 GbClass II, Zone 21, AEx tb IIIC T110 C Db IP67Protection concepttypeProtection byEnclosuresta,tb,tcia,ibIntrinsic safetyma,mb Encapsulation, mcPPressurizationSSpecial protectionRelated standardCSA UL 60079-31CSA UL 60079-11CSA UL 60079-18CSA UL 60079-2CSA UL 60079-33* This does not apply to mechanical parts

Marking - North America*- Gas GroupGas GroupsLow protectionIIA Less easy to ignite gases (pilot gasClass and Division scheme (NEC* 500, CEC Annex J)Class I, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D T4Class II, Division 2, Groups E,F,G, T110 CClass III, Division 2IIBClass and Zone scheme (NEC* 505, CEC 18)Class I, Zone 1, AEx db IIC T4 GbClass II, Zone 21, AEx tb IIIC T110 C Db IP67IICPropane)Easy to ignite gases (pilot gasEthylene)Most easy to ignite gases (pilotgas is hydrogen of acetylene).High protection* This does not apply to mechanical parts

Marking - North America*- Dust GroupClass and Division scheme (NEC* 500, CEC Annex J)Class I, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D T4Class II, Division 2, Groups E,F,G, T110 CClass III, Division 2Class and Zone scheme (NEC* 505, CEC 18)Dust Sub-GroupsLow protectionIIIA FibresIIIB Coal dust and GrainClass I, Zone 1, AEx db IIC T4 GbClass II, Zone 21, AEx tb IIIC T110 C Db IP67IIICMetal dustHigh protection* This does not apply to mechanical parts

Marking - North America*- Equipment Protection LevelEquipment Protection Level (EPL) - defined bythe international standard IEC/EN 60079Class and Division scheme (NEC* 500, CEC Annex J)GaGas, very high protection; theGbGas, high protection; the equipmentHigh protectionClass I, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D T4Class II, Division 2, Groups E,F,G, T110 CClass III, Division 2Class and Zone scheme (NEC* 505, CEC 18)Class I, Zone 1, AEx db IIC T4 GbClass II, Zone 1, AEx tb IIIC T110 C Db IP67GcLow protectionequipment remains safe in normaloperation, even in rare fault situations (twofaults at once) category 1 equipment forZone 0, Zone 1 or Zone 2remains safe in normal operation, alsowhen faults occur (single fault) category2 equipment for Zone 1 or Zone 2Gas, enhanced protection; theequipment remains safe in normaloperation and may have extra protection tominimize ignition risk in fault situations.Category 3 equipment for Zone 2

Marking - North America*- Equipment protection levelEquipment Protection Level (EPL) - defined bythe international standard IEC/EN 60079Class and Division scheme (NEC* 500, CEC Annex J)High protectionDaClass I, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D T4Class II, Division 2, Groups E,F,G, T110 CClass III, Division 2DbClass and Zone scheme (NEC* 505, CEC 18)Dust, very high protection; theequipment remains safe in normaloperation, even in rare fault situations (twofaults at once) category 1 equipment forZone 0, Zone 1 or Zone 2Dust, high protection; the equipmentremains safe in normal operation, also whenClass I, Zone 1, AEx db IIC T4 Gbfaults occur (single fault) category 2Class II, Zone 1, AEx tb IIIC T110 C Db IP67equipment for Zone 1 or Zone 2Dust, enhanced protection; theDcLow protectionequipment remains safe in normal operationand may have extra protection to minimizeignition risk in fault situations. Category 3equipment for Zone 2* This does not apply to mechanical parts

Marking - North America* - Ingress ProtectionIngress Protection (IP)Low protectiondust protection0Class and Division scheme (NEC* 500, CEC Annex J)Class I, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D T4Class II, Division 2, Groups E,F,G, T110 CClass III, Division 25dust6tightClass and Zone scheme (NEC* 505, CEC 18)Class I, Zone 1, AEx db IIC T4Class II, Zone 1, AEx tb IIIC T110 C Db IP67*We have a separate certificateshowing that Alfred is IP691234noprotection 50mm 12.5mm 2.5mm 1.0mmdustprotectedwater protection0 no protection1234vertical dripangled dripspraysplash5 jet6 powerful jettemporary7immersionHigh protection8 continuous immersionpowerful high temp water9jets

ATEX IECEx Markings and What they meanFor Electrical Items:II 2 G Ex db IIC T6 GbII 2 D Ex tb IIIC T 85 C Db IP67Tamb -20 C to 60 CFor Non- Electrical Items:II 2 G Ex h IIC T6 GbII 2 D Ex h IIIC T85 C DbTamb -20 C to 60 C

Fortress’ Alfred Logo: Fortress Interlocks Range name: Fortress’ Alfred or Alfred Range descriptor: Volatile environment interlocking solutions Inspiration: Alfred Nobel Part number prefix (3 letters): EXP Fortress’ Alfred Highly volatile environments can and have caused huge industrial accidents. Our Alfred range i

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