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Complimentary HazLoc Educational Wall Chart and Binder Insert

Guide to regulation applications involving explosive gas and dust atmospheres. Request a complimentary copy today.

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Our HazLoc educational wall chart and binder insert provides the following information for National Electrical Code® (NEC) (UL Mark), California Energy Commission (CEC) (C-UL Mark), International Electrotechnical Commission Explosive (IECEx) System, European ATEX Directive, and Brazilian National Institute of Metrology Standardization and Industrial Quality (INMETRO) regulation applications involving explosive gas and dust atmospheres (Class I, II and III, Divisions 1 and 2; and Zones 0, 1, 2, 20, 21 and 22):

  • Area Classifications
  • Gas and Dust Groups
  • Temperature Classifications
  • Electrical and Non-Electrical Protection Techniques
  • Equipment Protection Levels
  • ATEX Categories
  • Markings

The wall chart and binder insert are available in the following formats:

  • Poster/wall chart version (25.5 inches by 33 inches) – English only
  • Binder insert version (8.5 inches by 11 inches when folded, 24.25 inches by 11 inches when extended) – English, Chinese (simplified and traditional), Japanese or Korean
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