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Defining an atmosphere with an explosion hazard

Electrical energy plays an important role in our daily life. As professional electrical engineers, you are well aware of this and are constantly involved in studying, designing and implementing installations.
This energy which you have made available on a daily basis can become a danger to daily life. This can occur when energy is used in any industry or warehouse which stores, processes and manufactures products such as: hydrocarbons, gases, paints, varnishes, glues, resins, perfumes, cleaning products, rubber, textiles, plastics, powders, grains etc.
There is thus a high explosion risk with serious consequences for personel, equipment and the environment. We talk about an atmosphere with an explosion hazard.

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What conditions will create an explosion?
What is an explosive atmosphere?
What is a potentially explosive atmosphere?
What is minimum ignition energy?
What is the self-ignition temperature?
What is the explosive limit of an inflammable product?
What is the flash point of a liquid?
What types of gas or vapour can produce an explosion?
Where may explosive atmospheres form?
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