Hazardous Area Checklist

Since one of the most common pitfalls of hazardous area design is a failure to accurately identify all the hazardous materials that will be in the space and then classify the area accordingly, it's important to approach such projects methodically.

11/01/2000


Since one of the most common pitfalls of hazardous area design is a failure to accurately identify all the hazardous materials that will be in the space and then classify the area accordingly, it's important to approach such projects methodically.

The following is a checklist of design considerations, excerpted from Arcadis Giffels'"Design Guide for Classified Hazardous Rooms":

 

 

 

 

 

 





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