Hazardous area telephones are designed to provide reliable communication in high-risk zones, without introducing any new hazards of their own.
Because of this, telephones for hazardous areas carry explosion-proof credentials and may be certified for use in Zone 1, Zone 2/22 or other high-risk areas.
Operating temperature ranges starting well below zero mean hazardous zone telephones can be left in situ even if their location gets very cold overnight.
These robust hazardous area products are also built to withstand shocks and may be impact-resistant or designed to resist weather and water ingress, acids and corrosive substances.
In addition to traditional analogue telephones, many hazardous area telephones operate via IP, allowing them to connect via Ethernet in areas where a telephone line may not be available.
Accessories are also available, including secondary receivers to connect a third party to the phone call, headsets for clearer audio in noisy environments, connecting cables and mounting brackets.
For full technical specifications, downloadable datasheets or to make an enquiry to place an order, visit the individual pages of any of our hazardous area telephony products.