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Atex Directive!

ATEX is the abbreviation for ATmospheres EXplosibles (air + fuel + ignition= Explosion) and it refers to two European Directives about the risk of explosion. It is not limited to the use of products classified as dangerous like fuel or solvents, but it also includes work processes implementing commonly harmless materials such as wood, flour, aluminium and composite materials. The Directives in question are 94/9/CE and 99/92/CE and have drastically changed the approach to safety at the place of work. From the experience gained in the treatment and reclamation of air we are able to develop innovative technological solutions that can be applied to any type of market sector with the guarantee of a positive result.