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Changes in the 2005 NEC® for Grounding and Bonding—Learn the New Requirements and How to Avoid Grounding Problems! (see full course description)

 
 
 

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Hazardous Location Electrical Systems and Grounding and Bonding of Electrical Systems  -  Industrial Training Seminar

This is a workshop combining both Hazardous Locations & best practices for Grounding & Bonding.

Learn strong grounding and bonding fundamentals and performance requirements essential for electrical installation, design and inspection, while maintaining the highest level of electrical safety for persons and property. Learn about grounding requirements as they relate to Article 250 and other articles of the National Electrical Code® (NEC). Installation, testing and inspection procedures for industrial, commercial, institutional and residential power systems are covered.

Learn the rules to minimize the risk of electricity as a source of electric shock, and as an ignition source of fires and explosions. Identify hazardous zones, learn codes, standards and certification requirements. Articles 500 through 504, and 510 through 513 provide classification and installation standards for the use of electrical equipment in the three classified hazardous locations: type, condition and nature. Also learn about design issues, proper grounding and bonding, safe wiring methods and maintenance techniques.


Course Description:

You will Learn:

Hazardous Locations:
• Basic installation requirements
• Hazardous location identification
• Design issues
• Grounding and bonding
• Codes, standards, certification, and marking
• Other protective schemes
• Wiring methods
• Maintenance

Grounding & Bonding:
• Establish strong grounding and bonding fundamentals and performance requirements essential for electrical installation, design and inspection, while maintaining the highest level of electrical safety for persons and property.
• Learn about grounding requirements as they relate to Article 250 and other articles of the National Electrical Code® (NEC). Installation, testing and inspection procedures for industrial, commercial, institutional and residential power systems are covered along with rules to minimize the risk of electricity as a source of electric shock, and as an ignition source of fires and explosions.
 

Course Agenda:

Hazardous Location Electrical Systems with Grounding & Bonding Workshop
• 2-days Hazardous Locations
• 2-days Grounding & Bonding

Course Agenda Focusing On Grounding And Bonding | 2-Days

Fundamentals Of _Grounding (Earthing) And Bonding When To Ground (Earth), When Not To Grounds (Earth)
Grounding (Earthing) Of Electrical Systems Separately Derived System Equipment And _Man Bonding Jumpers
Grounding (Earthing) Electrodes And An Electrode System
Grounding (Earthing) Electrode Conductors Bonding Enclosures And Equipment Equipment
Grounding (Bonding) Conductors Enclosure And Equipment
Grounding (Bonding) Clearing Ground (Earth) Faults And Short Circuits
Grounding (Earthing) Separately Derived Systems
Grounding (Earthing) At (Feeder Supplied)Separate Structures Ground-Fault Protection For Equipment
Grounding (Earthing) And Bonding For Hazardous Locations Low-Voltage And Intersystemgrounding (Earthing) And Bonding
Grounding (Earthing) And Bonding For Over 600-Volt Systems
Grounding (Earthing) Cathodic Protection Systems
Grounding (Earthing) And Lightning Considerations
 

COURSE AGENDA FOCUSING HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS | 2-days

WHAT IS A CLASSIFIED LOCATION
• Classification of area locations—Class I, II, III
• Division and zone systems, IEC
• Groups within class, division and zone RULES
• National Electrical Code and other related standards

HAZARDOUS TRIANGLE
• Air, fuel and ignition sources

COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT AREAS AND THEIR CLASSIFICATIONS
• Classification of area locations—Class I, II, III
• Multiple classifications

WIRING METHODS AND EQUIPMENT PROTECTION SYSTEMS
• General information
• Division and zone systems
• Conduits and cables
• Seals
• Explosion and flame proof
• Intrinsically safe and nonincendive circuits
• Oil immersion, sealed, purged and pressurized systems

HAZARDOUS LOCATION IDENTIFICATION
• Determining the presence and quantity --Requirements for combustion --Vapor density --Flashpoint --Auto ignition temperatures --Upper and lower flammable limits
• Class, division and zones
• Gas groups
• T codes
• Ingress protection and NEMA ratings
• Area classification diagram development
• Classroom exercises --Determine classified areas from drawings --Select proper equipment for hazardous area

DESIGNING TO AVOID ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT IN CLASSIFIED AREAS
• Purged, pressurized and ventilated equipment and spaces, AEx p
• Symbols AEx, EEx and Ex
• Explosion proof and flame proof AEx d
• Increased safety AEx e
• Non-incendiary AEx n, “nA”, “nC” ,“nR”
• Intrinsically safe AEx “ia” and “ib”
• Dielectric filled or encapsulated AEx “m”, “ma”, “mb”, “o” or “q”
• Equipment with special protection AEx “s”
• Combined or hybrid protection • Understanding equipment markings

WIRING METHODS IN CLASSIFIED AREAS
• Conduit seals
• Wiring methods --Flexible cords and cables --Conduits and wire ways
• Equipment in class/division --Transformers and capacitors --Motors and generators --Light fixtures --Heaters
• Wiring methods in zone system --Disconnect requirements --Supports --Cable transits, multi-cable and parallel single conductors

BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS IN CLASSIFIED AND NON-CLASSIFIED AREAS
• Conductors
• Over-current devices
• Conductors operation temperatures
• Conductor and equipment for different applications --Armored, unarmored --Fire retarded, fire resistant --IS cables
• Equipment’s ability to interrupt normal and fault currents
• Coordination of Over Current Protective Devices (OCPD) and other circuit components
• Termination requirements for temperature, clearances and voltage
• Mechanical execution of work • Clearance requirements

MAINTENANCE OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT IN HAZARDOUS AREAS
• Universal issues --Documentation --Inspections --Confined entry
• Local issues
• Class, division and zones
• Gas groups
• “T” codes
• Ingress protection and NEMA ratings
• Area classification diagram development
• Classroom exercises --Determine classified areas from drawings --Select proper equipment for hazardous area ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS IN
 

Who Should Attend:

People who will benefit from attending this course include:
• Electricians
• Mechanics
• Environmental health & safety personnel
• Apprentice and experienced HVAC technicians
• Supervisors working on or who oversee employees working on 50V or greater equipment
• Linemen & Utility workers
• Owners & managers
• Maintenance Technicians
• Fire Alarm Technicians
• Plant & facility maintenance technicians
• Building engineers
• Building managers & superintendents
• Plant & facility managers
• Stationary engineers
• Safety directors

Course Times: 8:00am - 4:30pm

Number of Days: 4

Credits: You will receive 3.20 CEUs and a personalized Certificate of Completion.

Hotel Accommodations:

NTT, Inc. reserves a block of rooms at the host hotel for your convenience. BOOK EARLY - This block of rooms will be released back to the hotel approximately 30 days from the seminar start date. NTT will send you complete hotel information the same day we receive your registration. Please make reservations directly with the hotel, and be sure to identify yourself as being with the NTT group to take advantage of any discounts that may have been negotiated. Hotel accommodations are not included in the seminar fee and are not guaranteed with your registration.

Seminar Summary:

Changes in the 2005 NEC® for Grounding and Bonding—Learn the New Requirements and How to Avoid Grounding Problems! (see full course description)

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