Hazardous Area Motors

TECO is granted CE Ex & IECEX certification for Hazardous Area Motors

Teco has recently been successful in obtaining Ex Motor certification for equipment used in explosive atmospheres. The certificate was issued by SGS Bassefa, SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. This certificate is issued as verification that the manufacturer’s quality system has been assessed and tested and the products have been found to comply with safety, performance and reliability requirements as set out by international technical standards. In addition to product certification, we ensure that personnel are trained and equipped with the knowledge and skills in order to offer the correct product to our customers.

The construction is based on our popular LVED range of motors and will be available to order from stock at our workshop in the UK or from the factory. Normal service 3-5 working days from our UK warehouse. Please contact the sales desk for more information if your requirement is urgent.

Main Features:
- Available on short lead times
- 0.37kW  to 315kW
- 80-315 frame
- B14 face, B5 flange and other optional mountings
- 2, 4, 6 and 8 Pole designs
- 230 to 690 Volt 50Hz and 60 Hz
- Suitable for Ambient temperature of -20 to 55° C
- IP55 enclosed for Zone 2 & 22 
- IP66 enclosed for Zone 21
- Cast Iron construction
- R23 Double lip DE and NDE shaft seals
- Terminal box top mounted as Standard. Side box available on request
- Terminal box rotatable in 90 degree increments
- IE3 Efficiency design for low cost of ownership
- Low temperature rise for long insulation and bearing life
- 2 years Teco manufacturers warranty


General Information

How can we help to protect your employees and plant from the risk of explosion in hazardous areas?

When dangerous substances are released in the atmosphere, they can ignite or create explosions, causing damage to property, serious injury or loss of life. The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations (DSEAR) in the UK, and similar regulations elsewhere, are aimed at minimising the risk of fire, explosions and related events caused by explosive substances. ATEX certification and IECEx certification, as well as risk assessment, training and competence, can reduce the risk of such incidents.

ATEX: a European legal framework that manufacturers must follow in order to sell equipment intended for use in areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere. Manufacturers of products for use in explosive atmospheres that are placed on the European market must declare compliance with the ATEX Directive (previously ATEX 94/9/EC and now 2014/34/EU). Manufacturers often require ATEX certification from an ATEX Notified Body such as SGS Baseefa in order to meet these requirements

IECEx: a system used to facilitate international trade in equipment and services for use in explosive atmospheres, while maintaining the required level of safety. IECEx Certification is a voluntary scheme in most parts of the world and can be used to help prove compliance with regional requirements. Organizations often ask for ATEX Certification and IECEx Certification to be carried out at the same time, as part of one cost-effective project

Ex Zones
Non Sparking - (Ex logo pic) II Ex nA IIC T3 Gc Ta -20°C to +55°C or
Dust Ignition Proof - (Ex logo pic) II Ex tb IIIC T135°C Db IP66 -20°C to +55°C or
Dust Ignition Proof - (Ex logo pic)  II Ex tc IIIB T135°C Dc IP55 -20°C to +55°C

The IECEx Scheme is an international certification system covering products that meet the requirements of international standards. The scheme comprises equipment, service facilities, mark licensing and personnel competencies. 

As well as other test and quality assessment reports and certificates issued by IEC, the certification documents for Teco Ex motors are available on the following links:


Certificate numbers
Baseefa 17ATEX0073X/IECEXBAS17.0055X
Baseefa 17ATEX0076X/IECEXBAS17.0055X