NEC, CEC, ATEX, IECEx (IS)

Appleton’s offers Increased Safety (IS) control stations with NEC, CEC, ATEX and IECEx Certifications. These local control stations and motor control stations are for use in hazardous areas covering the broadest possible range of applications. They come equipped with a variety of push buttons and selector switches which are used in conjunction with contactors or magnetic starters for remote control of motors in hazardous locations. The pilot lights provide visual assurance that an electrical function is being performed at a remote or hazardous location. Because they employ the Ex de method of protection there is no need for external seals.

Appleton’s FU40 Series fuse carrier can be used for back-up or main fuse protection for hazardous locations. It can be fitted inside Increased Safety Ex e enclosures
Appleton’s Unicode 2 Series accessories are designed for use with Unicode 2 control stations. They offer local control in power, reverse-osmosis, chemical and petrochemical plants, petroleum refineries, pulp and paper processing plants, etc.
Appleton’s Unicode 2 Series control stations and switches offer a broad range of push buttons and selector switches which are used in conjunction with contactors and magnetic starters to provide circuit selection and control in hazardous areas.
Appleton’s Unicode 2 Series customized control stations offer a broad range of push buttons and selector switches which are used in conjunction with contactors and magnetic starters to provide circuit selection and control in hazardous areas.
Appleton's Unicode 2 Series polyamide control stations, push buttons and selector switches are used in conjunction with contactors and magnetic starters to provide circuit selection and control for motors.
Appleton's Unicode 2 Series Pre-Drilled Control Stations provide local control and motor control in power plants, chemical and petrochemical plants, petroleum refineries, pulp and paper processing plants, and many other industrial settings.
Appleton's V Series AC Ammeter is used to measure the current in a circuit within a Ex e enclosure.