Critical Code Requirements  for Class II Hazardous Locations

Critical Code Requirements for Class II Hazardous Locations

Check your installations for conflicts with these critically important requirements.

It’s easier to contain dust than gas, so the requirements for Class II locations (ignitable dust) are not as rigorous as those for Class I locations (ignitable gas). However, a dust-based explosion can leave a respectably big crater.

This means you must be rigorous about understanding and applying the requirements for these locations. You also must be rigorous about spotting Art. 502 violations in the project specifications, drawings, and installation practices. Let’s take a l

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