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Topic Title: Lighting in EX-rated areas
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Created On: 05 October 2017 09:33 AM
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 Lighting in EX-rated areas   - ArduinoXR - 05 October 2017 09:33 AM  
 Lighting in EX-rated areas   - jamie8286 - 05 October 2017 07:00 PM  
 Lighting in EX-rated areas   - ArduinoXR - 06 October 2017 01:13 PM  
 Lighting in EX-rated areas   - Jaymack - 06 October 2017 02:32 PM  
 Lighting in EX-rated areas   - leckie - 06 October 2017 04:23 PM  
 Lighting in EX-rated areas   - jamie8286 - 08 October 2017 10:06 PM  
 Lighting in EX-rated areas   - ArduinoXR - 09 October 2017 11:49 AM  
 Lighting in EX-rated areas   - jamie8286 - 09 October 2017 08:42 PM  
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 06 October 2017 01:13 PM
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ArduinoXR

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Originally posted by: jamie8286

Ardunino.



Given a Exe / Exd fitting or similar there is no issue with what you are suggesting it is done all the time. As long as you are installing everything as it should be in the ATEX area and all all none haz equipment is installed to a good standard and as per the manufacturers instructions. Include the none haz equipment on the loop diagram or layout drawing in the "safe" area and label accordingly.



Just ensure the documentation is in in place i.e drawings, inspections, asset tags, cable idents etc and there is no issue.



thanks.



Thanks for the info Jamie, couldn't find anything to prevent me from proceeding in this manner
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