CSA Standard C22.2 No. 30, which relates to explosion-proof electrical equipment, was recently updated. The newest edition, CSA ...Read More →
Can the Temperature Code of an Electrical Device exceed the AIT of the representative gas in a hazardous location?
Electrical equipment generates heat when in use and hot surfaces can ignite explosive atmospheres. It is therefore especially ...Read More →
Understanding the Differences Between the Protection Technique Known as” Explosionproof” or “Flameproof “
Some electrical devices, even when operating under normal conditions, can produce arcing and/or sparking. If such a device ...Read More →
Hazardous locations” are those in which there is or may be an ignitable concentration of flammable gas (including ...Read More →
IECEx is the only certification system available globally for equipment used in explosive atmospheres. Although IECEx certification is ...Read More →
Certification by an impartial third-party or certification agency is an attestation that relevant safety and performance standards have ...Read More →