Meticulously designed to provide a secure and controlled environment for working with flammable gases, vapors, and dust. With a deep understanding of the risks associated with Class 1 Division 1 locations, our booths offer a comprehensive solution that not only meets regulatory standards but also maximizes efficiency and productivity. 


C1D1 Processing Booth

C1D1 Rooms are a great option for customers looking to meet jurisdiction requirements for solvent extraction while avoiding a complete build out of a room or building.
Rooms can be sized to fit a variety of needs, with standard sizes ranging from 12’ x 14’ x 10’. Designs can also be customized to fit specific footprint needs.
Each room includes engineering documentation suitable for peer review in all 50 states.

    • Clean White 18 ga. Metal Design
    • UL Power Panels for Booth and Interlock control
    • LEL Sensors integrated for Solvents
    • Safety Light and Horn
    • Auto Close Doors
    • Optional Eye Wash Station
    • Optional Fire Suppression
    • Custom Sizes and Orientations Available

C1D1 typically refers to a hazardous location classification used in industrial settings, particularly in the context of electrical equipment and installations. It stands for “Class I, Division 1,” and it’s a classification used to describe environments where flammable gases, vapors, or liquids are present in sufficient quantities to potentially cause an explosion.

Here’s a breakdown of the components of the classification:

  • Class I: This refers to the class of hazardous location. Class I locations are areas where flammable gases, vapors, or liquids are present. These substances can ignite and explode if exposed to an ignition source.
  • Division 1: This specifies the likelihood or frequency of the presence of the flammable substances. Division 1 indicates that the flammable materials are present under normal operating conditions or are likely to be present frequently or for extended periods of time.

In practical terms, equipment or installations designed for C1D1 environments need to meet specific safety standards and regulations to prevent the ignition of flammable substances and to ensure that any potential sources of ignition, such as electrical sparks, are properly contained. This often involves the use of explosion-proof enclosures, intrinsically safe designs, and other safety measures to minimize the risk of explosions in these hazardous environments.

Purchasing a pre-built Class I, Division 1 (C1D1) room, as opposed to building a room to C1D1 specifications, can offer several benefits depending on the specific situation and requirements:

  1. Time and Cost Savings: Building a room to C1D1 specifications can be time-consuming and costly. It involves designing, constructing, and equipping the room with all necessary safety features to meet C1D1 standards. Purchasing a pre-built C1D1 room can save you time and reduce construction costs since the room is already designed and equipped to meet those standards.
  2. Expertise and Compliance: C1D1 regulations can be complex, and ensuring compliance requires specialized knowledge and experience. Purchasing a pre-built C1D1 room from Deutsche Beverage + Process ensures that the room is designed and built to comply with relevant safety standards and regulations. This can help you avoid potential compliance issues and ensure the safety of your operations.
  3. Consistency and Reliability: Pre-built C1D1 rooms are manufactured under controlled conditions by experienced professionals. This can lead to higher quality and consistency in terms of safety features, materials used, and overall design. This reliability can be especially important when dealing with hazardous materials.
  4. Reduced Downtime: If you need a C1D1 room quickly, purchasing a pre-built solution can significantly reduce downtime. Construction and customization of a room can lead to delays, but a pre-built room can be installed and operational more rapidly.
  5. Occupational Safety and Health: Purchasing a pre-built C1D1 room from Deutsche Beverage + Process can help ensure the safety of your workers. The design and construction of the room will be in line with best practices for protecting individuals working in potentially hazardous environments.

Despite these benefits, it’s important to carefully consider your specific needs and requirements. In some cases, building a room to C1D1 specifications might be the better option due to specific size, layout, or operational considerations. It’s advisable to work with experts in hazardous location design and safety to determine the most suitable solution for your organization.


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