PD CLC/TR 60079-32-1:2018 - TC Tracked Changes. Explosive atmospheres. Electrostatic hazards, guidance

PD CLC/TR 60079-32-1:2018 - TC

Tracked Changes. Explosive atmospheres. Electrostatic hazards, guidance

Status : Current   Published : August 2019

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What is a tracked changes standard?

A tracked changes version of a Standard indicates the changes made, during the standards revision process, between the active standard and its previous version. Additions, deletions, and other formatting and/or content revisions are clearly displayed as underlined and strikethrough texts, ensuring all changes made between the two documents are quickly and easily identified. This version of the standard includes both a copy of the new standard, along with a track changes version.

What is this published document about?

This is a tracked changes version of an international standard which gives the best available, state-of-the-art guidance on avoiding ignition and electrostatic shock hazards caused by static electricity. The tracked changes highlight the differences between the 2015 standard and this 2018 revision.

Who is this published document for?

It’s relevant across numerous markets, including aviation, manufacturing, oil and gas, and flooring companies. Specific users will be: Manufacturers of electrical equipment for use in Ex atmospheresTesting houses Chemical plants Gas works/distributors Engineering companies/engineers/electrical engineersInsurance companiesJudicial system.

Why should you use this published document?

It sets out guidance and operational requirements on the necessary equipment, product and process properties to avoid ignition and electrostatic shock hazards caused by static electricity.

It provides recommendations on how to deal with the unwelcome side effects of static electricity. By following and fulfilling the recommendations given an acceptably low level of static electricity can be achieved. 


The standard also details how to proceed if the requirements cannot be fulfilled. Alternative approaches have been outlined that can be applied to achieve the same level of safety.


What’s changed since the last update?


This tracked changes edition shows the differences between the 2015 standard and the 2018 version. The major change is that the sources and nature of the most commonly occurring problems associated with static electricity in industrial processes and environments are identified and specific recommendations made, including on the handling of solids, liquids, powders, gases, sprays and explosives. There are also new sections focusing on:

  • Special requirements for equipment according to IEC 60079-0
  • Electrostatic charges on external non-metallic materials
  • Electrostatic charges on external conductive parts



Standard NumberPD CLC/TR 60079-32-1:2018 - TC
TitleTracked Changes. Explosive atmospheres. Electrostatic hazards, guidance
StatusCurrent
Publication Date07 August 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN ISO 12100-1, HD 429 S1, ASTM E582-88, EN ISO 21179, EN 1149-3, IEC 60079-10-1, ASTM D4308-95, IEC 60079-20-1, IEC 61340-4-3, ASTM F1971, EN ISO 21178, ASTM F150, ISO 21178, JNIOSH TR 42, IEC 61340-4-1, ASTM D257, EN 60079-14, EN ISO 20344, A11, EN ISO 8031, EN 61340-2-3, HD 568 S1, EN ISO 21183-1, EN 60079-20-1, EN 14973, BS EN 1149-5:2018, EN 60079-32-2:2015, EN 61340-4-4:2012, EN 1081:2018, IEC 61340-4-4:2012, IEC 60079-32-2:2015, EN 60079-0:2012, IEC 60079-0:2011, ISO 16392:2017, IEC 60093:1980, EN 1149-5:2018, ISO 6297, ISO 284, BS EN 1081:2018, EN 1361, EN 60079-10-1, BS 5958-2, ASTM E2019-03, EN ISO 284, NFPA 77, EN 61340-4-1, IEC 60079-10-2, EN 14125, IEC 61340-2-3, EN 1360, DIN 51412-2, SAE J1645, EN 61340-4-3, IEC 60093, IEC 60167, ASTM D2624-07a, ISO 16392, EN 60079-0, ISO 12100-1, EN 13463-1, EN ISO 20345, DIN 51412-1, ISO 21183-1, BS 5958-1, ISO 8031, BS 7506-2, IEC 60079-14, ISO 21179, EN 60079-10-2, ISO 9563
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 60243-2, EN 60247, ISO 8330, ISO 8028, EN 50177, EN 50176, EN 13821, ISO 10965, EN 61340-2-1, CENELEC TR 50404, EN ISO 8330, IEC 61241-2-3, EN ISO 13688, EN 1149-2, ISO 20344, EN ISO 8028, EN 61340-4-5, EN 1149-1, IEC 61340-4-7, EN 61340-4-7, EN ISO 20344, EN 60243-1, IEC 60243-2, ISO 1813, BS EN 50059:2018, ISO 8028:2017, IEC 60247, EN 50059:2018, NFPA 484, IEC 61340-4-5, ASTM D2624-07a, DIN 54345-5, IEC 61340-2-1, ISO 13688, IP RP 1540, TS 61241-2-2, EN 50223, EN 50050, NFPA 69, ISO 20345, IEC 60243-1, EN ISO 20345, TR 61340-1, EC
DescriptorsIgnition, Electrostatic protection, Explosive atmospheres, Hazards, Industrial, Electrostatics, Fire risks, Electrical conductivity, Electrostatic chargings
ICS13.230
13.260
29.020
29.260.20
Title in FrenchAtmosphères explosives Risques électrostatiques. Guide
Title in GermanExplosionsgefährdete Bereiche Elektrostatische Gefährdungen, Leitfaden
CommitteeEXL/31/-/1
ISBN978 0 539 05862 8
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages371
File Size7.915 MB
Price£429.00


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