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  • Equipment Classification and Identification

    Equipment classification for maintenance. With the complexity of modern plants and the sheer number of assets the capture of all assets into an asset inventory or listing is essential. What level should the asset register go down to? This depends greatly on the kind of production/process operation being maintained. However, a recognized method is by defining the Lowest Maintainable Unit

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  • CLASSIFICATION OF MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT

    CLASSIFICATION OF MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT Group Class Sub-class Title Types of machinery and equipment included 1 Manually-operated equipment − Seed/fertilizer drill − Transplanter − Thresher − Winnower − Sprayer − Duster − Hand pump or other hand irrigation devices 2 Animal-powered equipment − Wooden plough − Steel plough − Cultivator − Disk harrow − Seed/fertilizer

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  • (PDF) Classification of Machine Equipment

    Classification of Machine Equipment . Marcus Bengtsson #1 # School of Innovation, Design and Engineeri ng, Mälardalen University . PO Box 325, SE-63105 Eskilstuna, Sweden . 1 [email protected]

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  • Appliance classes Wikipedia

    In many countries the plug of a class 0 equipment is such that it cannot be inserted to grounded outlet like Schuko. The failure of such an equipment in a location where there are grounded equipment can cause fatal shock if one touches both. Any Class 1 equipment with a Schuko plug will act like a Class 0 equipment when connected to an ungrounded outlet. Class I. green/yellow ground. Class I

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  • Table To Link Equipment And Class

    Table KSSK is the right one to used. Pass the equipment number (with the Padded zeros, if the equipment number is an internal number) in the OBJKEY field of the table KSSK, you should be able to get the class (Internal class number value) along with the class type assigned to this piece of equipment. e.g. Equipment (EQUI-EQUNR) : 500544419

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  • Guidelines for Classification of Medical Devices CE

    Classification of a medical device will depend upon a series of factors, including: how long the device is intended to be in continuous use; whether or not the device is invasive or surgically invasive, whether the device is implantable or active; whether or not the device contains a substance, which in its own right is considered to be a medicinal substance and has action ancillary to that of

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  • Electrical equipment in hazardous areas Wikipedia

    The International Electrotechnical Commission publishes the 60079 series of standards defines a system for classification of locations, as well as categorizing and testing of equipment designed for use in hazardous locations, known as "Ex equipment". IEC 60079-10-1 covers classification of explosive gas atmospheres, and IEC 60079-10-2 explosive dust. Equipment is placed into protection level

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  • Explosive Atmospheres Classification of Hazardous areas

    equipment and other sources of ignition that may be introduced into the area (for example, matches and lighters) and the risks from electrostatic discharges. An international standard, BS EN 60079/10, explains the basic principles of area classification for gases and vapours, and its equivalent for dusts was published in 2002as BS EN 61241/3

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  • Classifying audio and video equipment for import and

    02/08/2012· Other parts and accessories for audio and video equipment not affected by the classification rules set out above are classified under subheading code 8522 90 80. Parts and accessories for radios

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  • PAT Testing Equipment Classification PAT Tester

    23/07/2020· A class 1 appliance does not have a symbol indicating its classification. Class 2 appliances contains supplementary insulation, with no provision for exposed metalwork to be connected to earth. A class 2 appliance is identified with a double insulated marking which is a symbol of a square within a square This symbol can be normally found on the appliance/equipment manufacturers plate.

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  • Electrical equipment in hazardous areas Wikipedia

    The International Electrotechnical Commission publishes the 60079 series of standards defines a system for classification of locations, as well as categorizing and testing of equipment designed for use in hazardous locations, known as "Ex equipment". IEC 60079-10-1 covers classification of explosive gas atmospheres, and IEC 60079-10-2 explosive dust. Equipment is placed into protection level

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  • A PROCESS ENGINEER’S GUIDE TO THE

    Classification Charts Once the equipment type, fluid state and fluid group have been determined, the appropriate classification chart can be selected. This represents the fourth step in determining the PED category. There are 9 separate classification charts (also called tables in the PED), one for each of the possible combinations of equipment type, fluid state and fluid group. Equipment Type

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  • Anaesthesia UK : Classification of electrical equipment

    Class I Earthed equipment. Fuses are also present so that if there is a short-circuit making the equipment “live”, current will pass to earth causing the fuse to blow. Class II Double-insulated equipment (not earthed) Class III Safety extra low voltage (SELV <24 volts AC) Types . Type B Class I, II or III. Low leakage current 0.5 mA Class I and 0.1 mA class II Type BF

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  • Guidelines for Classification of Medical Devices CE

    Classification of a medical device will depend upon a series of factors, including: how long the device is intended to be in continuous use; whether or not the device is invasive or surgically invasive, whether the device is implantable or active; whether or not the device contains a substance, which in its own right is considered to be a medicinal substance and has action ancillary to that of

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  • ATEX explained LGM Products

    Classification of equipment. The ATEX directive classifies equipment into groups and categories which are defined by the marking on the equipment see “Product marking” below. Classification of an area. Hazardous areas are divided into Zones (European and IECEX method) or Classes and Divisions (North American method) according to the likelihood of a potentially explosive atmosphere

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  • Sailboat Classes & Equipment Index : Classes &

    Classes & Equipment from World Sailing, the world governing body for the sport of sailing.

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  • FCC OET Equipment Authorization System Equipment

    The following are Equipment Class and Rule Part combinations to be used to complete the Equipment Authorization System Form 731: Equipment Class Equipment Class Description Rule Part; 5GB: Part 30 Fixed Transmitter: 30: 5GM: Part 30 Mobile Transmitter: 30: 5GT: Part 30 Transportable Transmitter: 30: 6ID: 15E 6 GHz Low Power Indoor Access Point : 15E: 6PP: 15E 6 GHz Subordinate Indoor

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  • Laser Standards and Classifications

    Consequently in terms of the power of a product when measured with a large aperture (5 cm at 2 m) or at close distance (7 mm at 14 mm), this power can be larger for a Class 1M or Class 2M laser product as the power which is allowed for Class 3R, for instance, for a HeNe laser product (632.8 nm) with a 10 mW collimated beam with a diameter of 4 cm (1/e points) at the exit aperture and 5 cm at a

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