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Electrical Classification

IDENTIFYING HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS

Under the Canadian Electrical Code, electrical equipment and cables must be properly selected and manufactured to ensure they are not a source of ignition. Establishing the electrical classification—or identifying hazardous locations at an industrial facility—reduces hazards to workers and installations, leads to regulatory compliance, and precisely determines what type of equipment is needed in any given area. This exercise requires cutting-edge expertise in mechanical engineering (e.g., ventilation), electrical engineering, automation and advanced control, and risk management.

 

Because BBA has a command of each of these disciplines and has developed a proven methodology, it is among the few engineering firms to provide this service. Our experts determine the exact electrical classification of industrial installations and provide risk mitigation and control solutions. We apply our rigorous and practical approach to identify existing hazards, precisely detect hazardous locations, and define the requisite classification so our clients can optimize the electrical classification of their installations, resulting in significant savings.

 

Consult our experts 

For the best return on your investment, call on the expertise of our professionals who will advise you on the best technological solutions for your needs.

 

 

Hugues Châteauneuf

 

 

Hugues Châteauneuf

(450) 464-2111

 

hugues.chateauneuf@bba.ca

 

 

 

 

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Electrical classification

 

Electrical classification

 

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