Risk, reliability and safety in process control systems.
Verifies that a product is designed to the appropriate standards according the European Machine Directive.
Critical temperatures and concentration parameters for substances like coal, zinc, uranium and more.
Description of NEMA electrical enclosures types.
F-rated, T-rated and L-rated fire-stop systems.
Required water for firefighting.
The flash point of a chemical indicates how easy it may ignite and burn.
The flash points for some common liquids and fuels.
Dangerous vs. tolerable concentration levels for some industrial gases.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) hazard system for chemical materials.
European hazardous area classification with zones, protection types, temperature codes and codes.
North American hazardous locations classification with classes, divisions and groups
Hazardous areas protection techniques - explosion proof, flameproof and intrinsically safe.
Dust-ignition proof, explosion proof, instrinsically safe and nonincendive protection of hazardous areas.
Autoignition temperatures and flash points (°C and °F) of different types of hydrocarbons with varying carbon numbers up to C12.
Equipment and wiring incapable of releasing sufficient electrical or thermal energy under normal or abnormal conditions to cause ignition of a specific hazardous atmospheric mixture in its most easily ignited concentration.
IP - Ingress Protection rating is used to specify the environmental protection - or electrical enclosure - of electrical equipment.
Sizing safety valves after boiler output power in low pressure systems (kW and Btu/hr).
Non-destructive construction testing.
Mean Time Between Failure - MTB and reliability of machine components and systems.
American National Standards Institutes schedule for safety colors marking physical hazards.
Guidelines to safety steam valves installation.
Maximum fire sprinkler protection area vs. classification and construction.