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Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC): The heating system in heating ventilation & air conditioning (HVAC) units can be of different types:
* Central Heating System: Many buildings place a boiler or furnace in a centralized location to heat the water or steam. The heated water or steam acts as the medium to distribute heat throughout the building.
* Forced Air System: Heated air is sent through the ductwork. In summer, the same ductwork used for heating can be used for cooling.
* Electrical Heating System: Here, the filament coil heats up when electricity is passed through it.









Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC): The heating system in heating ventilation & air conditioning (HVAC) units can be of different types:

* Central Heating System: Many buildings place a boiler or furnace in a centralized location to heat the water or steam. The heated water or steam acts as the medium to distribute heat throughout the building.
* Forced Air System: Heated air is sent through the ductwork. In summer, the same ductwork used for heating can be used for cooling.
* Electrical Heating System: Here, the filament coil heats up when electricity is passed through it.
The ATEX Directive places the burden directly on the end-user. The end-user is responsible for the following:
• Prevention of the formation of explosive atmospheres and possible ignition threats
• Evaluating the risk of explosion for their specific atmosphere and process
• Eliminating or reducing the level of risk for a specific atmosphere and/or process
• Classifying the work and equipment environment into “zones/categories” for determining preparation of documentation for explosion protection
• Identifying hazardous areas and utilizing warning signs to alert personnel and equipment suppliers of the potential hazard
• Specifying suitably safe equipment for use in the zone to the engineer or equipment supplier