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Topic Title: Wiring regulations for Distilleries
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Created On: 04 February 2013 09:49 PM
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 04 February 2013 09:49 PM
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daveboy

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Hi there can anyone point in me the direction of the necessary wiring regulations or requirements for a distillery?

Thanks
David
 04 February 2013 09:51 PM
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PETER555

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nearest pub should do
 04 February 2013 10:09 PM
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primo

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BS7671
 05 February 2013 06:06 AM
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 05 February 2013 01:07 PM
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irnbru

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Hi David
Are you working for a distillery or are you trying to get work there?
As mentioned BS7671/ATEX. Compex certification for electricians working in zones. The process team or chemical engineer should be able to help define/identify zones on your site. The generic model of zones covered in compex is a good start.

Peter
 05 February 2013 01:20 PM
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OMS

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Falls directly under DSEAR doesn't it ?

Start with that and drill down from there - the hazardous area classification is not yours to determine - the client should do that for you - as the designer/installer, you need to respond to that zoning arrangement by design and material/equipment selection/installation.

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 05 February 2013 05:48 PM
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DOUGIE1000

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and dont work all day and jump straight into the van. :-)

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 05 February 2013 07:04 PM
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mikejumper

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Originally posted by: DOUGIE1000
and dont work all day and jump straight into the van. :-)

Or hop into the van for that matter.
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