Flame Proof System

A flameproof system, also known as explosion-proof or intrinsically safe, is a type of safety system used in hazardous environments where flammable gases, liquids, or dusts may be present. The purpose of a flameproof system is to prevent ignition of these substances, reducing the risk of fire or explosion. As an automation and instrumentation distributor and supplier, Litrols design and install flameproof system that is a crucial component of safety in hazardous environments, reducing the risk of fire and explosion and ensuring the safety of personnel and equipment.

The main components of a flameproof system include:
Enclosure: This is the main component of the system and is designed to contain any sparks, arcs, or heat generated by the electrical equipment within it, preventing ignition of the surrounding flammable substances.
Electrical equipment: This includes any electrical components or devices within the enclosure, such as lights, switches, or motors.
Certified components: All components of the system must be certified and approved for use in hazardous environments, ensuring that they meet the necessary safety standards.
The flameproof system works by ensuring that the electrical equipment within the enclosure is designed and certified to operate safely in the presence of flammable substances. This is achieved through the use of certified components, special materials, and design features that prevent the release of sparks, arcs, or heat that could ignite the surrounding substances.

Flame Proof System​