We currently have Rotary Evaporators and Short Path Distillation in US warehouses and European warehouses;
Spot: D-SPD-20L (ZNCL) short path distillation, R-1020 rotary evaporator and R-1010 rotary evaporator
Your motors are not explosion proof.
Your liquid tight connections aren’t, they are poorly crimped rubber hose to a converted end connector. None of those connections are sealed or safe for any solvents in the essence of being liquid tight. They are not.
The motor may look or be built similar to explosion proof but it is not. It’s a very cheap copy if you were to consider that. The problem is you do not know or understand the requirements of what requires explosion proof or say c1d1 or c1d2 specifications.
The biggest give away for not being explosion proof is the type of enclosure, electronics, and motor with connections present. This is the “typical explosion proof” sales package when in fact it wouldn’t pass or be allowed.
Ce is also not explosion proof. You don’t even know the certification required for a motor to be explosion proof because you spit out fake ce nonsense.