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IEEE 1349

Guide for the Application of Electric Motors in Class I, Division 2 and Class I, Zone 2 Hazardous (Classified) Locations

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 10 September 2011
Status: active
Page Count: 123
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Three-phase and single-phase AC synchronous and induction electric motors in ratings 0.18 kW (1/4 hp) and larger are covered in this guide. Primary emphasis is on the use of open or nonexplosionproof or nonflameproof enclosed motors in Class I, Division 2 and Class I, Zone 2 locations as covered in National Electrical Code® (NEC®) (NFPA 70-2011).1 Surface temperature test methods and sine wave and non-sine wave applications are covered. Precautions against excessive surface temperatures and sparking are included. To mitigate hot surface temperatures and sparking, this document provides guidance for selecting, operating, and maintaining motors in Class I, Division 2 and Class I, Zone 2 locations. This guide does not cover AC wound rotor motors and DC electric motors. Motors installed in locations other than Class I, Division 2 and Class I, Zone 2 as covered in NFPA 70-2011 are not covered in this guide. This document is not a specification and is not intended to be used as a specification for purchasing motors.

The voltage breaks in this document are 1000 V and less, and over 1000 V.

Purpose

Existing codes and standards contain cautionary notes for open or nonexplosionproof or nonflameproof enclosed motors in Class I, Division 2 and Class I, Zone 2 locations as covered in the NEC. This guide documents industry experience and established practices and provides guidance for applying motors in these locations.

Document History

IEEE 1349
September 10, 2011
Guide for the Application of Electric Motors in Class I, Division 2 and Class I, Zone 2 Hazardous (Classified) Locations
Three-phase and single-phase AC synchronous and induction electric motors in ratings 0.18 kW (1/4 hp) and larger are covered in this guide. Primary emphasis is on the use of open or nonexplosionproof...
December 20, 2001
Guide for the Application of Electric Motors in Class 1, Division 2 Hazardous (Classified) Locations
Three-phase and single-phase ac synchronous and induction electric motors in sizes from fractional horsepower and larger are covered in this guide. Primary emphasis is on the use of general-purpose...

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