BS EN 60079-0 PDF

The standard atmospheric conditions relating to the explosion characteristics of the atmosphere under which it may be assumed that electrical equipment can be operated are:. Requirements given in this standard result from an ignition hazard assessment made on electrical equipment. The ignition sources taken into account are those found associated with this type of equipment, such as hot surfaces, mechanically generated sparks, mechanical impacts resulting in thermite reactions, electrical arcing and static electric discharge in normal industrial environments. Where an explosive gas atmosphere and a combustible dust atmosphere are, or may be, present at the same time, the simultaneous presence of both should be considered and may require additional protective measures.

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November Explosive atmospheres. July BS EN Explosive atmospheres. Part 0. January Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust. September Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres. April Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres.

May Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust. Electrical apparatus protected by enclosures. Construction and testing. May Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres. March Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres. January Electrical apparatus with protection by enclosure for use in the presence of combustible dusts. Guide to selection, installation and maintenance.

September Electrical apparatus with protection by enclosure for use in the presence of combustible dusts. Specification for apparatus. December Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres. March Specification for electrical apparatus for explosive atmospheres. Classification of maximum surface temperatures.

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General requirements Part 1 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres. Flameproof enclosures 'd' Part 2 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres. Pressurized enclosures "p" Part 5 Explosive atmospheres. Equipment protection by powder filling "q" Part 6 Explosive atmospheres. Equipment protected by oil immersion "o" Part 7 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres. Increased safety "e" Part 10 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres.

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