AutomationDirect's Killark controls are designed for hazardous locations
AutomationDirect’s Killark hazardous location controls are designed for installations at processing or storage facilities where flammable gases or vapors, combustible dusts or easily ignitable fibers or flyings are present.
Explosion-proof control devices are available in single or double pushbutton, maintained pushbutton, keyed and non-keyed selector switch, single and double pilot light and pilot light/pushbutton styles.
Available factory-sealed control device cover assemblies feature a sealing plate between the arcing device and junction box. Additional features include color-coded wiring, stainless steel captive screws for cover assembly, cast conduit hubs in either dead end or feed-through styles, and single or two-gang assemblies.
Available unsealed control device cover assemblies feature cast copper-free aluminum alloy bodies and covers, open space between gangs for wiring from one cover to another, and an internal ground screw; a ground flange joint between the bolted cover and box provide the required flame path.
Killark splice/device boxes are available in dead end and feed-through models and are available in single and double-gang styles.
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