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Content: About the author, Page vPreface, Page viiIntroduction, Page 1Chapter 1 - Flammable and combustible principles of hazardous products, Pages 4-20Chapter 2 - Classifying sources of hazard, Pages 21-43Chapter 3 - The extent of explosion danger for NEC Class I locations, Pages 44-109Chapter 4 - Spatial considerations, Pages 110-123Chapter 5 - The degree of explosion danger for NEC Class II locations, Pages 124-135Chapter 6 - Ventilation requirements, Pages 136-158Chapter 7 - Electrical equipment for NEC Class I locations, Pages 159-166Chapter 8 - Electrical equipment for NEC Class II, Group F locations, Pages 167-168Chapter 9 - Intrinsically safe equipment and wiring, Pages 169-170Chapter 10 - Installation of electrical instruments in hazardous locations, Pages 171-173Chapter 11 - Hydrogen gas, Pages 174-175Chapter 12 - Cathodic protection, Pages 176-177Chapter 13 - Static electricity, Pages 178-180Chapter 14 - Grounding of tanks, pipelines, and tank cars, Pages 181-184Chapter 15 - Grounding requirements for electrical equipment, Pages 185-193Chapter 16 - Application of seals in NEC Class I locations, Pages 194-210Chapter 17 - Application of seals in NEC Class II locations, Pages 211-213- Environmental conditions in NEC Class I hazardous locations, Pages 216-368- Application procedure for classifying NEC Class I locations, Pages 370-402Appendix - Properties of flammable liquids, gases and solids, Pages 403-410Definitions, Pages 411-417Bibliography, Pages 418-420Index, Pages 421-428
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