There are many aspects to consider before you enter a hazardous (Ex) area to perform calibrations or inspections, such as the rating of the area (zone or division) and the equipment you use. Learn about hazardous area classifications, important considerations and techniques to ensure compliance and safety, and see demonstrations of a calibration and inspection in a hazardous area.
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