Monday, January 25, 2010

Potentially Explosive Atmospheres Global Requirements

"Potentially Explosive Atmospheres Requirements"

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Excellent Intertek document that explains global classification systems of potentially explosive atmospheres such as flammable atmospheres of gases, mists, liquids, combustible dusts, and fibres. Describes important differences between the Zone (Europe and NEC505) and Division (NEC500) systems in hazardous (classified) locations?

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