Wednesday, May 24, 2017

New Stainless Steel Hardy HI 6020IT and HI 6020JB Summing Box Models with Hazardous Area Certifications



Hardy Process Solutions (USA) - Hardy Process Solutions announces new stainless steel models in its HI 6020 Summing Box line with hazardous area certifications. Summing boxes are a critical weighing system component that distributes excitation voltage from up to four load cells, and transfers each load cell’s performance characteristics and weight signals to a Hardy weighing instrument.

The HI 6020 Junction Box is UL, CE, RoHS2 and REACH compliant and now is rated for installation in hazardous locations:

  • HI6020IT-SSX-Y and HI6020JB-SSX-Y models include : USL/CNL Class I, II, III, Div 1 Groups ABCDEFG intrinsically safe per Hardy drawings 0594-0007 and 0594-0008 (Drawings are available for download on the Hardy website)
  • HI6020JB-SSX-Y-EX and HI6020IT-SSX-Y-EX models: ATEX & IECEx Ex ia IIC T4 intrinsically safe per Hardy drawings 0594-0011 and 0594-0012 ATEX Certificate No. DEMKO 17 ATEX 1819; IECEx Certificate No. IECEx UL 17.0009
  • All HI6020IT and HI6020JB also meet: USL/CNL Class I, II, III, Div 2, Groups ABCDFG (except -EX versions). Fiberglass, painted steel and summing card options only carry the Class I, II, III, Div. 2 hazardous area certifications.
Hardy HI 6020 models use two core Hardy technologies: C2® electronic calibration and Integrated Technician® (IT). (C2® allows electronic calibration without test weights. IT offers complete weighing system monitoring and troubleshooting.)

Weighing applications include:
Batching/blending, filling/dispensing, level-by-weight, inventory management and product inspection.

The HI 6020 Summing Box is available with a variety of options, including:
IT, trim pots (for non-Hardy load cells), and a NEMA 4X enclosure in stainless steel, painted steel, or fiberglass. A single HI 6020 Summing Box supports up to 4 load cells. To connect two HI 6020 Summing Boxes together to support between 5 and 8 load cells, Hardy supplies a TB6 Auxiliary connection between boxes. To support this feature, Stainless Steel summing boxes are available predrilled with six holes instead of the standard five holes.

For more information about the New Summing Box Models from Hardy Process Solutions click here.


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