Terminal blocks for hazardous locations

Phoenix Contact’s line of screw-clamp terminal blocks—the UT 4-MT-EX, UT 4-TG-EX, and UT 6-TG-EX—have pluggable fuse and knife disconnect terminal blocks and are designed for control applications throughout the process industry, especially in oil and gas applications.

01/12/2015


Phoenix Contact’s line of screw-clamp terminal blocks—the UT 4-MT-EX, UT 4-TG-EX, and UT 6-TG-EX—have pluggable fuse and knife disconnect terminal blocks and are designed for control applications throughout the process industry. Courtesy: Phoenix ContactPhoenix Contact’s line of screw-clamp terminal blocks—the UT 4-MT-EX, UT 4-TG-EX, and UT 6-TG-EX—have pluggable fuse and knife disconnect terminal blocks for potentially explosive areas (Class I, Zone 2).  The 6.2 mm and 8.2 mm terminals meet the requirements of ignition protection standards, which make them useful for control applications throughout the process industry; particularly within oil and gas and petrochemical applications. The terminal blocks have P-FU-EX fuse holders for 5 x 20 mm or 6.3 x 32 mm fuse inserts that use screw-clamp connection technology for ferruled or stranded wires. They are rated for multiple wire connections and have a current-carrying capacity of up to 16 A.

Phoenix Contact

www.phoenixcontact.com 

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