ATEX Vortex Enclosure cooler Delvalle

ATEX VORTEX Enclosure Coolers from Delvalle are designed specifically for purged electrical enclosures in ATEX Zones 2 and 22, and Temperature Class T4 areas.

The ATEX VORTEX incorporates the most up-to-date features into Vortex’s line of highly reliable, cost effective enclosure coolers.

The ATEX VORTEX is an ideal accessory for a pressurized enclosure Ex, it is a solution for varied sectors.


  • Can be mounted on top or side of enclosure
  • Small footprint fits on all enclosures
  • Thermostatically controlled via mechanical thermostat
  • Requires no wiring, can easily be installed in minutes
  • No ambient, dirty, or humid air enters the enclosure
  • Designed to cool environments quietly
  • Significantly lower cost, compared to ATEX Certified air conditioners
  • Contains no moving parts, resulting in very little required maintenance
  • Reduce energy use
  • 5 minute install
  • Reduce noise levels
  • 62 dBA operation, 78% quieter than typical vortex cooler

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Pneumatic parameters

  • Protective gas supply                        Instrument grade air
  • Pressure requirement                                    2…. 6.9 bar regulated

Ambient conditions

  • Ambient temperature                                    -20°C to 40°C
  • Maintaining the temperature between 26°C (80°F) and 35°C (95°F) through mechanical thermostat
  • Inlet aire max temperature                49ºC

Mechanical specifications

  • Connection type                                Pneumatic: 3/8” NPT (female)
  • Protection degree                              IP66

Data for applications in Connection with Ex-areas

  •  EC type examination certificate        EX II 3 GD T4
  • ATEX certified for:                             Zones 2 and 22
  • Temperature classification:               T4 Class

Directive conformity

  • Directive 94/9/EC                              EN 13463-1:2009

Internal approvals

  • UL approval                                       cULus
  • Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C and D;
  • Class II, Division 2, Groups F and G; Class III
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