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Technical Specifications

Which Explosion Proof Level Is Higher, AT3 or CT6

The CT6 model surpasses the AT3 in both gas and temperature classifications, thereby offering a significantly higher explosion-proof rating. CT6 represents the highest standard in explosion-proof classifications.

Gas group/temperature groupT1T2T3T4T5T6
IIAFormaldehyde, toluene, methyl ester, acetylene, propane, acetone, acrylic acid, benzene, styrene, carbon monoxide, ethyl acetate, acetic acid, chlorobenzene, methyl acetate, chlorineMethanol, ethanol, ethylbenzene, propanol, propylene, butanol, butyl acetate, amyl acetate, cyclopentanePentane, pentanol, hexane, ethanol, heptane, octane, cyclohexanol, turpentine, naphtha, petroleum (including gasoline), fuel oil, pentanol tetrachlorideAcetaldehyde, trimethylamineEthyl nitrite
IIBPropylene ester, dimethyl etherButadiene, epoxy propane, ethyleneDimethyl ether, acrolein, hydrogen carbide
IICHydrogen, water gasAcetyleneCarbon disulfideEthyl nitrate

Group A includes gases like propane, while Group C covers hydrogen and acetylene.

For temperature classifications, T3 allows for temperatures up to 200°C, encompassing fuels such as gasoline, kerosene, and diesel. In contrast, T6 limits temperatures to 85°C, applicable to substances like ethyl nitrite.



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