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intrinsic safety

Inherently safe machinery, electrical and electronic systems that do not contain hazardous materials, high voltages, bare terminals or other potentially dangerous parts that can cause injury to a human. See safety.
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However, the study does not determine the intrinsic safety of the device, and by that measure is not a nonclinical safety study requiring GLP.
This paper presents a brief introduction of intrinsic safety.
He is more responsible than any other individual for the fundamental design and intrinsic safety of the modern US deterrent," said Bruce Goodwin, the nuclear weapons chief at Livermore.
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Suited for applications where electrical power is not available or hazardous conditions exist, they may be used in conjunction with the company's intrinsic safety barrier to meet hazardous rating requirements.
Many are unaware that intrinsic safety does not come from the glass alone, but from the whole glazing system.
The EESC also considers it advantageous with regard to safety considerations, as the intrinsic safety characteristics of the technology prevent any uncontrolled energy release.
Mr Walsh said: "The technologies being offered and developed by Sprue Aegis represent the greatest advances in functionality, intrinsic safety and consumer convenience that I have seen in all my years in the industry.
Steve Shu, managing director of Kingsen, said last year's earthquake in Taiwan had sparked a search to find a building material with intrinsic safety properties.
The new devices also provide increased protection against explosive hazards because they are designed based on the concept of intrinsic safety so that, even if the seal is penetrated, neither the devices electrical or thermal energy is sufficient to ignite the gas vapors in a hazardous location.
The company says indicators are available with ATEX and IECEx intrinsic safety gas and dust certification.
The 8th Edition creates a much more stringent assessment for intrinsic safety by referencing UL 60079-0 and UL 60079-11 for the majority of the requirements.

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