General; Protective equipment; Ventilation; Fire hazards; Chemical reactions; Toxic hazards; Radiation hazards; Electrical and mechanical hazards; Water supply; Biological hazards; Laboratory design and equipment; Tables of chemical hazard information.Since equipment for each Group is designed for safety at stoichiometric mixtures, a Group C or D fixture may be entirely safe ... for maintenance of electrical equipment for hazardous locations: a) Turn ofl and lock-out power before opening housings. ... Be sure that there are no nicks or grit in the ground-joint surfaces. c) Use original bolts when replacing covers, and ... There must be no missing bolts. d) Perform (b) every time cover is removed. e) Do not paint over nameplates. f) Avoidanbsp;...
|Title||:||CRC Handbook of Laboratory Safety, 5th Edition|
|Author||:||Norman V. Steere|
|Publisher||:||CRC - 1971-01-18|