Explosion Protection Guidance - Mechanical
Our competence based course, accredited by City & Guilds, is designed to give an understanding in hazardous area concepts for use of non-electrical (mechanical) equipment. The course explains the protection methods from manufacture to installation and inspection, maintenance, repair and overhaul of equipment as per the requirements of the CEN and IEC standards for non-electrical equipment.
- ATEX certification, documentation, labelling
- Risk assessment
- Area classification
- Ignition properties
- EN/IEC standards for non-electrical (mechanical)
- Ingress protection
- Flow restriction 'fr'
- Flameproof 'd'
- constructional safety 'c'
- Control of ignition source 'b'
- Liquid emersion 'k'
- Hybrid protection
- Inspections & maintenance for non-electrical (mechanical)
- Repair & overhaul of equipment
- Written assessment
Personnel with a mechanical background within industry who require an understanding in the selection of equipment for hazardous areas and an overview of the ATEX Directives.
|7th - 8th March 2019||9.00am - 5.00pm||£375.00 + VAT||Y|
|23rd - 24th May 2019||9.00am - 5.00pm||£375.00 + VAT||Y|
|11th - 12th July 2019||9.00am - 5.00pm||£375.00 + VAT||Y|
|26th - 27th September 2019||9.00am - 5.00pm||£375.00 + VAT||Y|
|27th - 28th November 2019||9.00am - 5.00pm||£375.00 + VAT||Y|
|Further dates available on request||9.00am - 5.00pm||£375.00 + VAT||
Blackburn Industrial Estate
A Certificate of Competence will be provided, valid for 5 years.
A very big thank you to both my instructors for their outstanding knowledge and help.
Excellent facilities, lecturers and location.
Very helpful tutors, take time to explain. Great facilities, would recommend.
Excellent course, well run, very knowledgeable instructors and course content well covered. I will advise my employer that this is the centre to use in the future.
EPIT were exemplary in their guidance & understanding.
Very good course and knowledgeable instructors good facilities and will recommend to my colleagues to come to EPIT.