Class 1 Division 1 location is designated as an area where flammable volatile liquids or liquefied flammable gases are transferred from one container to another. An example of this would be at a gas station when you put gasoline into your vehicle.The area around the pumps is class 1 div. 1.
what type of fittings are allowed in a class2 division 1 hazard area
In the area of Hazardous Materials (Dangerous Goods) transportation Division 4.1 is for Flammable Solids.
Class 2 division 1, more properly called division 2.1, is for flammable gasses.
Class 4 division 1 (more properly called Division 4.1) is for flammable solids.
Hazard Class 4 Division 1, more commonly called Division 4.1, is for flammable solids.
Class 1 Division 3 explosive
Division 2.1 is for flammable gasses.
Hazard Class 4, Division 1 (more properly called Division 4.1) is for flammable solids.
DOT Class 2, Division 1 (more properly called Division 2.1) is for flammable gases.
Class 1 - ExplosivesClass 2, Division 1 - Flammable gasClass 2, Division 2 - Non-flammable, non-toxic, non-poisonus gasClass 2, Division 3 - Poisonus gasClass 3 - Flammable Liquid - tolueneClass 4, Division 1 - Flammable solidClass 4, Division 2 - Spontaneiously combustible materialClass 4, Division 3 - Dangerous when wet materialClass 5 - Oxidizers and Organic PeroxidesClass 6, Division 1 - Poisonous - ArsenicClass 6, Division 2 - Infectious Agents - AnthraxClass 7 - Radioactive materials - Uranium hexafluorideClass 8 - Corrosives - Sulfuric acidClass 9 - Miscellaneous Hazardous Materials - Solid Caron Dioxide (Dry Ice)
DOT class 6 division 1 materials consist of poisonous materials.
Class 1, division 6 (more properly called Division 1.6) is for 'extremely insensitive detonating substances.'
Class 4 Division 1 (more properly called Division 4.1) is for flammable solids.
division 4.1 is flammable solids
DOT division 4.1 is for flammable solids.
In the DOT system for classifying hazardous materials in transportation, Class 2, Division 1 (more properly called Division 2.1) is for flammable gases, usually compressed flammable gases.
A class 1 division 2 light fixture is one that will not create an explosive hazard in an environment where combustible or explosive gases may be present.
Probably. In class 1 div 1, seals are required for enclosures that contain apparatus that can produce arcs, sparks, or enough heat to be an ignition source.
Hazard division 2.1 contains flammable gases.