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HAZARDOUS AREA INSTRUMENTATION

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Hazardous Area Instrumentation safety training material

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Hazardous Area Instrumentation Training Course
ESBN: A91-0150-2b59-00B2
Description:  

Designing, maintaining and operating of Instrumentation and Control Systems in Hazardous Areas, requires specialized knowledge which ensures that these systems work safely, without being sources of ignition themselves. There are many ways in which explosion protection of these systems is achieved. These include protection methods like Explosion proofing, Intrinsic Safety, Increased safety, Pressurization, etc which have to be understood in depth by the Instrumentation and Control engineers and technicians who are responsible for designing & maintaining these. 

Various standards and practices exist at National and International levels and these have to be adhered to, while working with instrumentation and control systems in hazardous areas. This hazardous areas training course will help your staff understand the basic fundamentals of explosion protection, know about standards for Area, material & temperature classification, understand the rationale behind these, understand how the different explosion protection techniques like Intrinsic Safety & explosion proof are implemented in practice. 

The safety training material in this Elearning download includes contemporary topics like "Fieldbus in hazardous areas" too. Certification, marking and labeling, the new ATEX directives are also covered. Lastly it has a guide on how to carry out inspections and maintenance of this equipment to ensure that it remains "safe for use". 

Designers, Engineers & Technicians as well as Safety Inspectors and Safety Managers will find it extremely useful. This is the culmination of many man-hours of work, intended to present this subject in a very easy-to-understand format. The pictures, animations and schematics ensure that the learner fully understands the subject. A self assessment test and a Glossary is included. For a fraction of the time and money spent on a classroom course, learn all of these things in the comfort of your home or office.

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Price: $499     hazardous area

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Course Table of Contents

Module 1 : Basic Concepts

Pg      Topics
1 Learning Objectives
2 Introduction to hazardous areas
3 History Related to Mines
4 Flammable Materials
5 Fire Triangle
6 Explosive Limits
7 Concept of LEL & UEL
8 Hazardous Atmosphere
9 Effects of Temperature and Pressure
10 Ignition Energy
11 Flashpoint
12 AIT
13 Dust Hazards
14 Explosion Pentagon

Module 2 : Classification

Pg        Topics
1 Learning Objectives
2 Classification
3 Area Classification of Gas ( IEC )
4 Area Classification Dust ( IEC )
5 Group Classification
6 MESG
7 MIC
8 MIC Ratio
9 Temperature Classification (IEC)
10 Classification (North American)
11 Classification of Hazardous Locations
12 Group Classification (North American)
13 MESG and MIC ratios
14 Article 505
15 Area Classification of Dusts
16 Dust Groups
17 Temperature Classification in America
18 Steps to Area Classification for Gases & vapors
19 Steps to Area Classification for Gases & vapors
20 Pitfalls in the Classification Process
21 More on Area Classification of Dusts
22 Example 1 area classifications ( area classification of a chemical facility)
23 Example 2 area classifications ("")
24 Example 3 area classifications ("")

Module 3: Methods of Protection

Pg          Topics
1 Learning Objectives
2 Overview of protection philosophy
3 Explosion proof method -1
4 Explosion proof Fundamentals
5 Explosion proof Fundamentals (cont.)
6 Explosion proof method - working
7 Explosion proof method-flanged joint
8 Explosion proof method - threaded joint
9 Explosion proof method - pressure developed
10 Explosion proof Pressure Piling 1
11 Explosion proof Pressure Piling 2
12 Explosion proof MESG
13 Explosion proof Standards and practices
14 Explosion proof seals
15 Explosion proof - Direct & Indirect entry
16 Explosion proof IEC (Cont.)
17 Dust Ignition Proof
18 Explosion proof Advantages
19 Explosion proof Disadvantages
20 Intrinsic Safety – Fundamentals
21 Intrinsic Safety – History
22 Intrinsic Safety Resistive circuits
23 Intrinsic Safety- Inductive circuits
24 Intrinsic Safety- Capacitive circuits
25 Intrinsic Safety- Minimum Ignition Current
26 Intrinsic Safety Resistive circuit curves
27 Intrinsic Safety –Safe operating curves
28 Intrinsic Safety Inductive Circuit curves
29 Intrinsic Safety Capacitive circuit curves
30 Intrinsic Safety- Simple Apparatus
31 Intrinsic Safety –Safe area & associated apparatus
32 Intrinsic Safety- Working of Diodes
33 Intrinsic Safety –Working of Zener Diode
34 Intrinsic Safety -Diode curve
35 Intrinsic Safety Zener Diode curve
36 Intrinsic Safety –How barriers work
37 Intrinsic Safety –How Zener barriers work
38 Intrinsic Safety –Safety parameters of barriers
39 Intrinsic Safety –What are Isolators
40 Intrinsic Safety –How isolators work
41 Intrinsic Safety Isolator working example
42 Intrinsic Safety- Infallible components
43 Intrinsic Safety- Entity Concept
44 Intrinsic Safety- Cable Parameters & L/R ratio
45 Intrinsic Safety –Faults- Ex-ia and Ex-ib
46 Intrinsic Safety –Safety description of barriers
47 Intrinsic Safety –Typical IS Loop
48 Intrinsic Safety –Conditions to be met
49 Intrinsic Safety –How to design a practical IS temperature loop 
50 Intrinsic Safety Example Cont. 
51 Intrinsic Safety Example Cont. 
52 Intrinsic Safety Advantages/Disadvantages 
53 Pressurization & Purging concept 
54 Pressurization Interlocks 
55 Types of Pressurization-North American 
56 Pressurization- Type Z, X and Y 
57 Pressurization-IEC Norms 
58 Pressurization-Static & leakage compensation 
59 Pressurization with dilution 
60 Purged panels-advantages & disadvantages 
61 Increased Safety Basics 
62 Increased Safety-Enclosures & terminals 
63 Increased Safety-Construction 
64 Increased Safety-creepage & clearances 
65 Increased Safety-Advantages & disadvantages 
66 Nonincendive-Basic concept 
67 Nonincendive-How non incendive circuits work 
68 Nonincendive-Advantages & disadvantages 
69 Encapsulation 70 Powder filling & oil immersion 
71 Weather Protection Basics 
72 Weather Protection-NEMA codes 
73 Weather protection- NEMA codes 
74 Ingress Protection codes (IP codes) 
75 IP charts

Module 4 : Fieldbus

Pg         Topics
1 Learning Objectives
2 Fieldbus in Hazardous Areas
3 Fieldbus with traditional Explosion proof methods
4 Non-Incendive protection
5 FNICO
6 Non-Incendive Diagram
7 Fieldbus using Intrinsic Safety (traditional)
8 Bus Powered Devices
9 Separately powered devices
10 IS barrier
11 With Earth Barriers
12 Galvanic Isolator-1
13 Galvanic Isolator-2
14 Cabling
15 FISCO
16 Cable Circuit
17 Topology of a typical FISCO solution.
18 Topologies FNICO

Module 5 : Certification

Pg         Topics
1 Learning Objectives
2 Introduction
3 Certification Bodies-North America
4 Certification Bodies- Europe
5 Marking & labeling
6 How to decode marks and labels-North American
7 How to decode marks & labels-European & IEC
8 Testing
9 ATEX Directives
10 ATEX Directive-Objectives
11 ATEX Directive-Employers obligations
12 ATEX 100a
13 CE mark & Hexagon Ex mark

Module 6 : Maintenance

Pg          Topics
1 Learning Objectives
2 Maintenance- Introduction
3 Maintenance-General guidelines-1
4 Maintenance –General guidelines-2
5 Inspection
6 Maintenance of explosion proof instruments/equipment-1
7 Maintenance of explosion proof instruments/equipment-2
8 Inspection of explosion proof equipment
9 Maintenance of Increased Safety equipment
10 Maintenance of Intrinsically Safe equipment-1
11 Maintenance of Intrinsically Safe equipment-2
12 Maintenance of Intrinsically Safe equipment -3
13 Maintenance of purged / pressurized equipment
14 Conclusion

 

You have seen how detailed and comprehensive the course is. It is also very well organized and has plenty of graphics, animations and real life photos to enable you to completely grasp this subject. Order your Training Course today!

Hazardous Area Instrumentation Training Demo

Email confirming order sent immediately after purchase. Within 24 hours a second email with activation code will be sent.

Professional Download Version of this Course!

Price: $499         hazardous area

With in 24 hours of ordering, you will receive an email with activation code. Download version allows  you to install on 2 PCs and expires in 1 year.

Shop Moretraining course cart

Automated download system is powered by our preferred method of payment, secure Pay Pal But you do not have to have an account with paypal. (Within 24 hours after purchase, you will receive an email with activation information.) If you prefer us to manually process your order or would like to mail or fax order in, please click CD and Book Order Form on our secure servers at BIN95.

"The most comprehensive of all hazardous areas safety training courses." 

HAZARDOUS AREA INSTRUMENTATION

Safety Training Material

Hazardous Area Instrumentation safety training material

Screen Shots - Contents - Hazardous Area Instrumentation Training Demo

Hazardous Area Instrumentation Training Course
ESBN: A91-0150-2b59-00B2
Description:  

Designing, maintaining and operating of Instrumentation and Control Systems in Hazardous Areas, requires specialized knowledge which ensures that these systems work safely, without being sources of ignition themselves. There are many ways in which explosion protection of these systems is achieved. These include protection methods like Explosion proofing, Intrinsic Safety, Increased safety, Pressurization, etc which have to be understood in depth by the Instrumentation and Control engineers and technicians who are responsible for designing & maintaining these. 

Various standards and practices exist at National and International levels and these have to be adhered to, while working with instrumentation and control systems in hazardous areas. This hazardous areas training course will help your staff understand the basic fundamentals of explosion protection, know about standards for Area, material & temperature classification, understand the rationale behind these, understand how the different explosion protection techniques like Intrinsic Safety & explosion proof are implemented in practice. 

The safety training material in this Elearning download includes contemporary topics like "Fieldbus in hazardous areas" too. Certification, marking and labeling, the new ATEX directives are also covered. Lastly it has a guide on how to carry out inspections and maintenance of this equipment to ensure that it remains "safe for use". 

Designers, Engineers & Technicians as well as Safety Inspectors and Safety Managers will find it extremely useful. This is the culmination of many man-hours of work, intended to present this subject in a very easy-to-understand format. The pictures, animations and schematics ensure that the learner fully understands the subject. A self assessment test and a Glossary is included. For a fraction of the time and money spent on a classroom course, learn all of these things in the comfort of your home or office.

Email confirming order sent immediately after purchase. Within 24 hours a second email with activation code will be sent. 

Professional Download Version of this Course!

Price: $150     hazardous area

With in 24 hours of ordering, you will receive an email with activation code. Download version allows  you unlimited use of the course on one PC. Discount applies to orders using "Buy Now" button above only.

Shop Moreintrumentation training

Automated download system is powered by our preferred method of payment, secure Pay Pal But you do not have to have an account with paypal. (Within 24 hours after purchase, you will receive an email with activation information.If you prefer us to manually process your order or would like to mail or fax order in, please click CD and Book Order Form on our secure servers at BIN95.

order training now

Industrial manufacturing services provider you can trust.

 


Course Table of Contents

Module 1 : Basic Concepts

Pg      Topics
1 Learning Objectives
2 Introduction to hazardous areas
3 History Related to Mines
4 Flammable Materials
5 Fire Triangle
6 Explosive Limits
7 Concept of LEL & UEL
8 Hazardous Atmosphere
9 Effects of Temperature and Pressure
10 Ignition Energy
11 Flashpoint
12 AIT
13 Dust Hazards
14 Explosion Pentagon

Module 2 : Classification

Pg        Topics
1 Learning Objectives
2 Classification
3 Area Classification of Gas ( IEC )
4 Area Classification Dust ( IEC )
5 Group Classification
6 MESG
7 MIC
8 MIC Ratio
9 Temperature Classification (IEC)
10 Classification (North American)
11 Classification of Hazardous Locations
12 Group Classification (North American)
13 MESG and MIC ratios
14 Article 505
15 Area Classification of Dusts
16 Dust Groups
17 Temperature Classification in America
18 Steps to Area Classification for Gases & vapors
19 Steps to Area Classification for Gases & vapors
20 Pitfalls in the Classification Process
21 More on Area Classification of Dusts
22 Example 1 area classifications ( area classification of a chemical facility)
23 Example 2 area classifications ("")
24 Example 3 area classifications ("")

Module 3: Methods of Protection

Pg          Topics
1 Learning Objectives
2 Overview of protection philosophy
3 Explosion proof method -1
4 Explosion proof Fundamentals
5 Explosion proof Fundamentals (cont.)
6 Explosion proof method - working
7 Explosion proof method-flanged joint
8 Explosion proof method - threaded joint
9 Explosion proof method - pressure developed
10 Explosion proof Pressure Piling 1
11 Explosion proof Pressure Piling 2
12 Explosion proof MESG
13 Explosion proof Standards and practices
14 Explosion proof seals
15 Explosion proof - Direct & Indirect entry
16 Explosion proof IEC (Cont.)
17 Dust Ignition Proof
18 Explosion proof Advantages
19 Explosion proof Disadvantages
20 Intrinsic Safety – Fundamentals
21 Intrinsic Safety – History
22 Intrinsic Safety Resistive circuits
23 Intrinsic Safety- Inductive circuits
24 Intrinsic Safety- Capacitive circuits
25 Intrinsic Safety- Minimum Ignition Current
26 Intrinsic Safety Resistive circuit curves
27 Intrinsic Safety –Safe operating curves
28 Intrinsic Safety Inductive Circuit curves
29 Intrinsic Safety Capacitive circuit curves
30 Intrinsic Safety- Simple Apparatus
31 Intrinsic Safety –Safe area & associated apparatus
32 Intrinsic Safety- Working of Diodes
33 Intrinsic Safety –Working of Zener Diode
34 Intrinsic Safety -Diode curve
35 Intrinsic Safety Zener Diode curve
36 Intrinsic Safety –How barriers work
37 Intrinsic Safety –How Zener barriers work
38 Intrinsic Safety –Safety parameters of barriers
39 Intrinsic Safety –What are Isolators
40 Intrinsic Safety –How isolators work
41 Intrinsic Safety Isolator working example
42 Intrinsic Safety- Infallible components
43 Intrinsic Safety- Entity Concept
44 Intrinsic Safety- Cable Parameters & L/R ratio
45 Intrinsic Safety –Faults- Ex-ia and Ex-ib
46 Intrinsic Safety –Safety description of barriers
47 Intrinsic Safety –Typical IS Loop
48 Intrinsic Safety –Conditions to be met
49 Intrinsic Safety –How to design a practical IS temperature loop 
50 Intrinsic Safety Example Cont. 
51 Intrinsic Safety Example Cont. 
52 Intrinsic Safety Advantages/Disadvantages 
53 Pressurization & Purging concept 
54 Pressurization Interlocks 
55 Types of Pressurization-North American 
56 Pressurization- Type Z, X and Y 
57 Pressurization-IEC Norms 
58 Pressurization-Static & leakage compensation 
59 Pressurization with dilution 
60 Purged panels-advantages & disadvantages 
61 Increased Safety Basics 
62 Increased Safety-Enclosures & terminals 
63 Increased Safety-Construction 
64 Increased Safety-creepage & clearances 
65 Increased Safety-Advantages & disadvantages 
66 Nonincendive-Basic concept 
67 Nonincendive-How non incendive circuits work 
68 Nonincendive-Advantages & disadvantages 
69 Encapsulation 70 Powder filling & oil immersion 
71 Weather Protection Basics 
72 Weather Protection-NEMA codes 
73 Weather protection- NEMA codes 
74 Ingress Protection codes (IP codes) 
75 IP charts

Module 4 : Fieldbus

Pg         Topics
1 Learning Objectives
2 Fieldbus in Hazardous Areas
3 Fieldbus with traditional Explosion proof methods
4 Non-Incendive protection
5 FNICO
6 Non-Incendive Diagram
7 Fieldbus using Intrinsic Safety (traditional)
8 Bus Powered Devices
9 Separately powered devices
10 IS barrier
11 With Earth Barriers
12 Galvanic Isolator-1
13 Galvanic Isolator-2
14 Cabling
15 FISCO
16 Cable Circuit
17 Topology of a typical FISCO solution.
18 Topologies FNICO

Module 5 : Certification

Pg         Topics
1 Learning Objectives
2 Introduction
3 Certification Bodies-North America
4 Certification Bodies- Europe
5 Marking & labeling
6 How to decode marks and labels-North American
7 How to decode marks & labels-European & IEC
8 Testing
9 ATEX Directives
10 ATEX Directive-Objectives
11 ATEX Directive-Employers obligations
12 ATEX 100a
13 CE mark & Hexagon Ex mark

Module 6 : Maintenance

Pg          Topics
1 Learning Objectives
2 Maintenance- Introduction
3 Maintenance-General guidelines-1
4 Maintenance –General guidelines-2
5 Inspection
6 Maintenance of explosion proof instruments/equipment-1
7 Maintenance of explosion proof instruments/equipment-2
8 Inspection of explosion proof equipment
9 Maintenance of Increased Safety equipment
10 Maintenance of Intrinsically Safe equipment-1
11 Maintenance of Intrinsically Safe equipment-2
12 Maintenance of Intrinsically Safe equipment -3
13 Maintenance of purged / pressurized equipment
14 Conclusion

 

You have seen how detailed and comprehensive the course is. It is also very well organized and has plenty of graphics, animations and real life photos to enable you to completely grasp this subject. Order your Training Course today!

Hazardous Area Instrumentation Training Demo

Email confirming order sent immediately after purchase. Within 24 hours a second email with activation code will be sent.

Professional Download Version of this Course!

Price: $150         hazardous area

With in 24 hours of ordering, you will receive an email with activation code. Download version allows  you unlimited use of the course on one PC. Discount applies to orders using "Buy Now" button above only.

Shop Moretraining course cart

Automated download system is powered by our preferred method of payment, secure Pay Pal But you do not have to have an account with paypal. (Within 24 hours after purchase, you will receive an email with activation information.) If you prefer us to manually process your order or would like to mail or fax order in, please click CD and Book Order Form on our secure servers at BIN95.

 

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