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Avon EX090 & EX120 Turnstiles

Avon EX090 Turnstiles

Avon EX090 & EX120 Turnstiles are an ATEX / IECEx certified product that have been designed for pedestrian entry point control into hazardous areas which are potentially susceptible to explosive atmospheres.

Designed and manufactured in the UK, Avon EX Turnstiles will provide security and enhance any pedestrian entrance to primarily oil and gas  / chemical works sites without creating an ignition source.

This is a security product but has been specifically designed to mitigate the Health and Safety risks associated with sites with the potential to create explosive atmospheres.

 

Avon EX090 Turnstiles - ATEX & IECEx certified Turnstile systems explosive atmospheres

Key features & benefits

Features

  • ATEX / IECEx certified for use up to zone 1 & 2
  • Category 2G
  • Gas Group IIC
  • Robust Construction
  • HCIS compliance option

 

Benefits

  • Independently certified
  • High security
  • Produced by certified IECEx manufacturer
  • Low maintenance

Product overview

Available in a range of operating modes they can be interfaced with all forms of ATEX / IECEx certified access control systems.

Turnstile systems are manufactured from mild steel sections and sheets which are finished in a high specification multi-coat and anti-static paint system (colour – red RAL3001 as standard but other colour options are available on request).

The Turnstile rotors are constructed from 316 stainless steel 40 pipe (38mm x 3.7mm) and are spaced at 194mm (centre to centre of rotors)

Where the turnstile control point is remote from the installation, we strongly recommend the fitting of a recordable CCTV system.

 

 

Industries requiring intrinsically safe ATEX & IECEx certified equipment

  • Oil & Gas
  • Food & Beverage
  • Chemical & Pharmaceutical
  • Transport, Air & Defence
  • Electronics & Interface
  • Utilities & Government
  • Nuclear & Renewable
  • Retail & Print
  • Marine & Shipping

Resources - Avon EX090 / EX120 Turnstiles

Datasheet – Avon EX090 Turnstiles
Format: pdf

Datasheet for Avon EX090 Turnstiles – full height pedestrian turnstile systems certified to operated in IECEx & ATEX group 2 category 2 (zone 1) designated hazardous areas.

Datasheet – Avon EX120 Turnstiles
Format: pdf

Datasheet for Avon EX120 Turnstiles – full height pedestrian turnstile systems certified to operated in IECEx & ATEX group 2 category 2 (zone 1) designated hazardous areas.

Technical Specification

Basic Power requirements:230v, 1ph, 6amp, 50HZ (Other voltages are available on request)
Turnstiles Type:90° 4 bar rotor system  /  120° 3 bar rotor system
Rotor thickness and spacing:40 pipe (38mm x 3.7mm)
Power fail operation:The turnstile controller can be configured to free wheel in one or both directions on power fail or fire alarm signal.
Walkway Height / width:1.9m / 590mm
ATEX protection level:II 2G Ex h IIC T4 Gb
IECEx protection level:Ex h IIC T4 Gb
Construction:INVER S.P.A. 40496 NP ESD Rosso 3001 (red), thickness 80 microns (anti-static paint).
Installation:For installation, connection points are provided in an EX e enclosure (containing termination panel and ATEX / IECEx electrical isolator) located at the bottom corner of the unit.

Please note that any access control systems / push buttons etc. must be fully compliant with the same ATEX / IECEx classifications if mounted on or in the vicinity of the equipment.

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