Explosion proof Diagnosis

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Classification of Areas-Explosive atmospheres

IEC 60079-10-1 Explosive atmospheres – Part 10-1: Classification of areas – Explosive gas atmospheres
IEC 60079-10-2 Explosive atmospheres – Part 10-2: Classification of areas – Explosive dust atmospheres

These apply to places where there is a risk of ignition by flammable gas or vapour and are necessary to appropriately select and install facilities used in explosive atmospheres through the classification of explosive hazardous areas. We conduct a systematic diagnosis for the classification and evaluation of explosive hazardous areas.

Explosion proof Diagnosis on Electrical and Non-Electrical Equipment

IEC 60079 Series
ISO 80079-36 & ISO 80079-37 Non-electrical equipment for explosive atmosphere
Part 36: Basic method and requirements
Part 37: Non-electrical type of protection constructional safety “c”, control of ignition source “b”, liquid immersion “k”

We conduct evaluation and certification for electrical equipment and also diagnosis on the explosion safety for non-electric equipment that cause the explosion by heat, spark, and friction according to the ATEX and IECEx standards.

Selection, Installation, diagnosis and certification of explosion proof equipment

IEC 60079-14 Explosive atmospheres –Part 14: Electrical installations design, selection, erection

The explosion-proof equipment should be selected according to the type of gas or dust in use, the ambient temperature, and the classification of hazardous areas and should be installed by skilled technicians to meet the explosion proof standards. Based on the group, auto-ignition temperature and zone of gas, we will diagnose your explosion proof facilities and issue an explosion proof certificate.

Inspection and Maintenance of Explosion proof equipment

IEC 60079-17 Explosive atmospheres – Part 17: Electrical installations inspection and maintenance

Explosion proof equipment shall be managed to maintain the explosion proof characteristic through not only an initial inspection but also through regular inspections. It requires visual, proximate, and complete inspections to check the maintenance of the explosion proof performance.
(Article 4 of IEC 60079-17: Regular inspection cycles for fixed installations cannot exceed three years without advice from experts)
Through the technical diagnosis of experts, you can enhance the safety and durability of the facilities.