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Hazardex 2020 Conference Paper – Non-Electrical (Mechanical) Equipment Compliance With IECEX Certification

Published 22 Nov 2019

Hazardex 2020 Conference Paper – Non-Electrical (Mechanical) Equipment Compliance With IECEX Certification

Hazardex 2020 Conference Paper This Paper will discuss the IECEx Hazardous Area certification which now covers non-electrical (mechanical) equipment. Certification of equipment for use in potentially explosive atmospheres, often referred to as “hazardous areas” has been around for many years. There is a well-established supply chain for electrical and...

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Flameproof Ex d | How to Obtain Ex d Certification for Hazardous Area Equipment

Published 23 Oct 2019

Flameproof Ex d | How to Obtain Ex d Certification for Hazardous Area Equipment

Ex d Certification for Hazardous Area Electrical Equipment Thanks to HazardEx for allowing T&D to publish the following article This article by Jacob Thumberger, Business Assurance Product Certification Specialist at DNV GL – Business Assurance, looks in detail at the general requirements for obtaining Ex d certification for hazardous...

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Hazardous Areas Explained: Part 2 – Managing Hazardous Areas

Published 13 Sep 2019

Hazardous Areas Explained: Part 2 – Managing Hazardous Areas

The following article has been authored by Brad Guy of Bluefield Compliance Hazardous areas can sometimes appear to be an area of ambiguity and mystery for some.  In Part 1 of our series, we defined a Hazardous Area. Here in Part 2, we’ll outline the requirements for managing Hazardous Areas.  ➡ Hazardous...

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Hazardous Areas Defined: Part 1 – Explaining Hazardous Areas

Published 12 Sep 2019

Hazardous Areas Defined: Part 1 – Explaining Hazardous Areas

The following article has been authored by Brad Guy of Bluefield Compliance Hazardous areas can sometimes appear to be an area of ambiguity and mystery for some.  This article is aimed at removing the mystery and explaining the basics of hazardous areas by giving some examples of where hazardous areas may...

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Ex p Hazardous Area Explosion Protection By Purge & Pressurisation

Published 26 Jul 2019

Ex p Hazardous Area Explosion Protection By Purge & Pressurisation

uploaded by Chris Dodds - Thorne & Derrick Sales & Marketing Manager  Thorne & Derrick, The Explosive Atmosphere Experts, are specialists in the design and supply of products including enclosures with hazardous area protection by purge and pressurisation (Ex p) – we work with end users, integrators and OEMs...

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