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There are two scenarios where an electric motor can cause an explosion:

The surface temperature of the machine increases due to heating, which corresponds to the ignition temperature of combustible materials accumulated in the factory or industrial structure, causing a spontaneous explosion.

The motor sparkles due to an abnormality that causes an explosion in the casing. This explosion becomes a catalytic converter which ignites dust or ignition fluid at the plant and causes a larger explosion.

An electric motor is considered explosion proof if it can withstand an internal explosion without damaging and endangering an entire industrial plant.

Although the terms "explosion-proof motor" and "motor for potentially explosive atmospheres" are often used interchangeably, a fundamental difference becomes clear when parts and workplace class are carefully analyzed.
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