For heating in hazardous areas, we are able to provide heating systems which are manufactured conform to ATEX and IECEx regulations.

We provide comprehensive documentary with these systems, so that the final approval and certification of the whole installation on the container such as the container itself can be accomplished efficiently.

In addition to tank-container installed systems, we produce ATEX and IECEx conform auxiliary heating systems based on IBC (ibcflex) as well.

Technical properties of the gtex heating systems:

The gtex system is a tank container heating unit for hazardous areas up to ATEX Zone IIC and surface temperature T4.

The system allows heating with a maximum adjustable preflow temperature up to 85°C and an adjustable product temperature up to 80°C. Both temperatures can be set at the control housing, only the product temperature can be set without opening the housing.

Depending on the version, the gtex heating system is supplied with a 32A or a 63A CEE plug.

For more information feel free to contact us at: info@remove-this.fwloebbe.de

gtex heating system with 19,2kW at 440V

General electrical connection information:

  • 32A CEE connection
  • 380- 400V - 50/60 Hz
  • Plug coding 6h
  • 380V= 14,3 kW heating capacity
  • 400V= 15,9 kW heating capacity

As an alternate solution another plug coding could be choose:

  • 32A CEE connection
  • 380- 440V - 50/60Hz
  • Plug coding 7h
  • 380V= 14,3 kW heating capacity
  • 400V= 15,9 kW heating capacity
  • 440V= 19,2 kW heating capacity

gtexHP heating system with 33,6kW at 440V

General electrical connection information:

  • 63A CEE connection
  • 380- 400V - 50/60 Hz
  • Plug coding 6h
  • 380V= 25,0 kW heating capacity
  • 400V= 27,8 kW heating capacity

As an alternate solution another plug coding could be choose:

  • 63A CEE connection
  • 380- 440V - 50/60Hz
  • Plug coding 7h
  • 380V= 25,0 kW heating capacity
  • 400V= 27,8 kW heating capacity
  • 440V= 33,6 kW heating capacity

19,2kW gtex container assembly examples:

33,6kW gtexHP container assembly examples: