Marechal MXBS Socket Outlet Combination Boxes & MXJB Junction Boxes for Hazardous Areas

By Chris Dodds on 25th July, 2012

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Marechal MXBS Socket Outlet Combination Boxes & MXJB Junction Boxes for Hazardous Areas

Marechal Plugs & Sockets

Marechal MXBS Socket Outlet Combination Boxes & MXJB Junction Boxes

Hazardous Areas Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 21, Zone 22

T&D are Marechal Electric partners for their range of Plugs & Sockets, Socket Outlet Combination, Junction Boxes.

Marechal socket-outlet combination boxes and junction boxes are suitable for Zones 1 and Zones 2 hazardous area installations.

Pictured: Marechal MXBS Socket-Outlet Combination Boxes 63 A 

MXBS Socket-Outlet Combination Boxes
Marechal socket outlet combination boxes with ATEX certification for hazardous areas are equipped with 20A to 63A decontactors and/or 10 A multicontact connectors.

Marechal reinforced polyester resin fiberglass and graphite loaded socket outlet combination boxes are designed for making electrical connections in hazardous areas, offering from 12 to 37 contacts.

Marechal combination boxes provide increased and intrinsic safety, allowing them to be used in hazardous area Zones 1, Zones 2 (gas), Zones 21 and Zones 22 (dust).

The Marechal socket outlet range is perfect for wet and corrosive environments, such as food and beverage or chemical industries. Marechal socket outlet combination boxes can be mounted to both socket-outlets and multicontact connectors on the same box.

Hazardous Area MXBS Socket-Outlet Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 21, Zone 22

Marechal MXBS Socket-Outlet Combination Box Features

  • Ex II2 G D Ex e ia OR ib IIC
  • IP66 Water and dust-tight
  • Up to 24 socket-outlets
  • Assembly of multi-contact connectors and socket-outlets on the same enclosure 

Marechal MXBS Socket Outlet Combination Box Technical Features

Decontactors 

Marechal DXN1, Marechal DXN3 and Marechal DXN6 

Multicontact Connectors 

Marechal PXN12C, Marechal DXN25C and Marechal DXN37C 

Maximum Voltage*

750 V

Maximum Nominal Current* 

63 A

Stranded Wiring (min-max)* 

1.5mm² - 25mm² 

Flexible Wiring (min-max)* 

1.5mm² - 16mm²

Degree Of Protection 

IP66

Shock Resistance

IK09 according to IEC and EN 62 262

ATEX Zones 

Gas and Dust: Zones 1 & 2, 21 & 22 

* Depending on the socket-outlet

Pictured: Marechal MXBJ Junction Boxes 35A 

Marechal MXBJ Junction Boxes
Marechal hazardous area junction boxes are constructed from reinforced polyester resin with fibreglass and graphite loaded and designed for making electrical connections in hazardous areas. 

Marechal junction boxes provide increased safety and intrinsic safety, allowing them to be used in Zones 1, Zones 2 (gas), Zones 21 and Zones 22 (dust).

Marechal junction boxes are corrosion resistant and ideal for wet environments.

Hazardous Area Junction Box Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 21, Zone 22Marechal MXBJ Junction Box Features

  • II2 G D Ex e ia OR ib IIC
  • IP66 Water and dust-tight
  • Glass reinforced, graphite-filled polyester resin enclosures 
Marechal MXBJ Junction Box Technical Features

Maximum Voltage*

750V

Maximum Nominal Current*

350A 

Flexible Or Stranded Wiring (min - max)*

0.2mm² - 240mm² 

Cable Entries

M12 to M63 

Degree Of Protection

IP66

Shock Resistance

IK09 according to IEC and EN 62 262

ATEX Zones

Gas and Dust: Zones 1 & 2, 21 & 22 

* Depending on the socket-outlet

  • Further Reading

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