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The flash protection boundary, which is the approach limit distance from exposed live parts from which a worker could receive a second degree burn if an electrical arc flash occurred, and the PPE workers should wear when working within this boundary shall be accomplished by this analysis.
This action is necessary to prevent contact between the compensator for the Simmonds FQIS system and a flapper check valve on a baffle rib in the main fuel tanks, which - in conjunction with another wiring failure outside the fuel tank - could result in an electrical arc and a consequent potential source of ignition in the fuel tank.
As his students edged closer to the intense heat of the school's new orbital welding torch, College of the Canyons teacher Jack Compton admonished them to get their faces, and eyes, even closer to the 20,000-degree Fahrenheit electrical arc.
CINCINNATI -- Every year, thousands of workers are involved in electrical arc accidents, molten metal splashes, flash fires and combustible dust explosions on the job.
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The worker was erecting scaffolding near high voltage transformers when he was struck by an electrical arc that burned him severely and caused him to fall to the ground, striking his head on scaffolding and breaking his neck.
Local power provider Energy Texas said a substation north of Port Arthur, which is located 90 miles (144 kilometers) east of Houston, shut down after an electrical arc was seen on Sunday morning.
He went to their property and terrified them by firing the stun gun in their home, creating a blue electrical arc.
The previous sections indicates the fact that the modeling of the process in an electrical arc furnace it is difficult to be realized and exists more aspects that cannot be sufficient known.
Carbtex gloves and sleeves significantly increase wearer protection against heat from electrical arc, flame and thermal hazards, and comply with the NFPA 70E standard.
High-energy electrons from a flare can send an electrical arc into a satellite's wiring, scrambling the computer or, rarely, damaging an electronic chip or a switch.
That makes it one of the lightest fabrics offering this exceptional protection for electrical arc hazards.
I turned around to see a four-inch electrical arc on one of the high-power radar boxes.
The tether was generating about 3,500 volts at the time it snapped giving rise to speculation that there might have been a surge or electrical arc that severed the metal cable which is wrapped in protective, insulated plastics.
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