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Free Guide for Hazardous Areas Available

Free Guide for Hazardous Areas Available
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E2S Warning Signals has published a new “Guide for Hazardous Areas” that is available as a free download from its Web site. The guide has been put together with specifiers and hazardous area engineers in mind with matrix tables that enable fast cross-referencing of information between the main certification systems: ATEX, IECEx, North American, and Canadian standards.

Protection concepts are listed along with applicable zone, class or division, and typical equipment protection level in an easy-to-read format. In addition, the guide contains ample reference information related to gas and dust atmospheres and potentially explosive environments, such as:

* Gas and dust groups and typical substances according to the main certification systems
* Maximum surface temperature of equipment, temperature classifications, and ignition temperature limits of gas/dust
* Apparatus groups and typical ignition temperatures for common gases, vapors, and dust
* Type of protection and basic concepts of protection listed by zone according to ATEX and IECEx, and class and division according to U.S. and Canadian standards
* IP ratings and NEMA enclosure types
* Typical equipment markings of hazardous area signalling products from the E2S portfolio

To download the guide for hazardous areas visit www.e2s.com.

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