Explosion Proof Security Camera Housing
If you're looking to install security cameras in a hazardous area, an explosion-proof housing from the industrial security specialists at Camera Security Now could be the answer you've been looking for. Our EHX Series explosion-proof enclosure is designed to meet the rigorous requirements of dust-ignition proof electrical equipment. The enclosure meets NEMA Type 4X and IP66 Standards and is often deployed in the chemical, plastics and rubber, furniture, steel, and the oil and gas industries to name a few. In general, this is the camera housing you want anywhere there is a serious risk of ignition from flammable materials.
What makes our explosion-proof housing unique is the ability to adjust your camera and lens with the mounting sled and track assembly. This makes changing your camera's field of view quick and easy. Additionally, this housing is water-proof and dust-tight meaning it is suitable for marine, desert, and most other harsh environments.
Our explosion-proof housing carries the following certifications/ratings: CE • UL/cUL • Classified by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. as to explosion and fire hazard only • Type 4X enclosure for use in hazardous locations • Class I, Groups C and D – Class II, Groups E, F, and G • Class I, Zone 1, AEx d IIB, Ex d IIB • 03 ATEX 0318166U • 0539 II 2 G EEx d IIB • II 2 D, IP 66 • Suitable for marine outside (saltwater) use, for vessels over 65 feet in length.
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How We Build An Explosion Proof Housing Unit
Step 1: Assemble
From scratch, we build the housing to fit whatever camera choice you've selected. The picture above shows just one of the several different cameras that can go inside an explosion proof housing unit.
Step 2: Wire & Test
Next, we run wires through the housing and close the explosion proof sealable fittings. Before installation, we turn it on and make certain that the camera functions properly and is angeled correctly so you're able to capture high quality footage without the housing blocking your view.