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Fans for hazardous applications

Fans for hazardous applications

papers presented at a seminar organized by the Fluid Machinery Committee of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and held at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers on 4 October 1994.

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Published by Mechanical Engineering Publications for the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fans (Machinery)

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesIMechE seminar -- 1994-6
    ContributionsInstitution of Mechanical Engineers. Fluid Machinery Committee.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination62p. :
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22105508M
    ISBN 100852989342

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    Hazardous because combustible or conductive dusts are present. Class III: Hazardous because ignitable fibers or flying’s are present, but not likely to be in suspension in sufficient quantities to produce ignitable mixtures. Typical wood chips, cotton, flax and nylon. Group classifications are not applied to . Hazardous Location Explosion Proof Wall Mount Industrial Fans These quality fans include an enclosed permanently lubricated, PSC-type ball bearing motor for long life and optimum performance. 3 quiet aluminum blades are enclosed in double locking steel wire guards for safety. Pivot-action fan head allows vertical tilt angle adjustments.


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