Explosion Proof Panelboards
Eaton Crouse-Hinds Series by Spike Electric
SN7PB & SN7SPB are two of many explosion proof panelboards that Spike Electric manufactures.
Eaton Crouse-Hinds Explosion Proof Panelboards
Explosion proof panelboards are the perfect solution in hazardous conditions. Specifically, they shine where the following are present:
- Flammable gases and/or vapors
- Combustible dust
Explosion proof panelboards are the perfect solution in hazardous conditions where flammable gases are present.
Why Choose A Spike Electric Product
Spike Electric provides the quickest delivery of the highest quality manufactured electric gear. We interact with our customers with high-quality customer service. That means you get:
- Two-Week Turnarounds (or faster) on Most Orders
- High Quality Manufacturing
- A Manufacturing Parter for Years to Come
- High Quality Customer Service
How does that translate into value for you? That’s simple.
Working with Spike Electric Controls means:
- Reduced Downtime
- Less Overtime for Your Staff
- Greater Operational Efficiencies
Explosion Proof Panelboard Solutions
"We provide our customers with the quickest delivery possible of our high-quality services."
"Spike solutions result in reduced unplanned downtime, less overtime, and greater operational efficiencies."
The highest quality at the quickest speed.
Spike can deliver the same name-brand electrical gear in a fraction of the time.
Certifications and compliances
(Not available for every model.)
- Class I,
- Division 1 & 2, Groups B, C, D
- Zone 1 & 2, IIB + H2
- Class II
- Division 1, Groups E, F, G
- Division 2, Groups F, G
- Class III
- NEMA 3, 4, 4X
- NEMA 7BCD, 9EFG, 12
- CSA Enc. 3, 4, 5
- UL Standard: 67, 1203
- cUL (to CSA Standard C22.2 Nos. 29 & 30)
Applications for Explosion Proof Panelboards
(Does not apply to every model.)
- In areas made hazardous by the continuous or abnormal presence of flammable gases, vapors, and combustible dusts
- Also in areas subject to weather, dampness, and corrosion
- For branch power distribution and circuit protection to motors, valves, pumps, lighting, heat tracing, receptacles, etc.
- Also for indoor and outdoor applications in petroleum refineries, chemical and petrochemical plants, and other process industry facilities where similar hazards exist
- To accommodate up to 100 amp branch loads (only 3 circuits), balance is up to 50 amps
How To Review Your Existing Suppliers
How does a late shipment affect you?
- First, does it result in production delays?
- Second, does it result in unbudgeted overtime?
- Finally, does it result in other expedite fees or expedited shipping costs?
What’s the true cost of quality to you?
- Does poor quality delay your production schedule?
- Does it consume other resources, such as engineering, that could be working on more productive tasks?
- How are future sales affected by a quality failure in the field?
Won’t it cost more to outsource than to do it internally?
- Do you have the proper equipment to machine the part internally?
- Do you have hazardous location UL listings?
- How is the quality with the internal process?
- Does the quality cause more problems in subsequent operations?
- If you consider lost labor time at all stages, what’s the true cost of the part?
- Can your existing labor be better utilized doing something else?
What other value-added services do you get?
- Are critical dimensions nominal, or just in tolerance?
- Do you get suggestions on cost savings?
- Before the parts are made, do you get print or tolerance errors pointed out?
- Do you get help during initial design stages, to reduce cost and time?