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Hazardous Location Motors

Hazardous Location Motors

Help reduce risks associated with using motors in areas where explosive gases or dust may exist with these hazardous location motors. Electrical equipment, such as motors, can ignite vapors, dust, and gases in certain atmospheres, causing an explosion. Choose the motor that works in your industrial environment, such as utility gas plants, gas stations, chemical plants, cleaning facilities, grain elevators, or any facility that processes chemicals, gases, or related materials.

For Class 1 Gas Group D or Class 2 Group F & G Locations

These motors meet Class 1 Gas Group D, making them good for use in atmospheres with a high presence of elements such as gasoline and ethanol. They also meet Class 2 Groups F and G for use in areas where dust from coal, grain, and flour is present.

Gamut Approved

For Class 1 Gas Group C & D or Class 2 Group F & G Locations

These motors meet Class 1 Gas Groups C and D, making them good for use in atmospheres with a high presence of elements such as ethylene, gasoline, and ethanol. They also meet Class 2 Groups F and G for use in areas where dust from coal, grain, and flour is present.

Gamut Approved

For Class 1 Gas Group C & D or Class 2 Group E, F, & G Locations

These motors meet Class 1 Gas Groups C and D, making them good for use in atmospheres with a high presence of elements such as ethylene, gasoline, and ethanol. They also meet Class 2 Groups E, F, and G for use in areas where metal dusts such as aluminum and magnesium as well as dust from coal, grain, and flour are present.

Gamut Approved