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Explosive Atmosphere.........
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The explosive atmosphere test is conducted to determine the ability of equipment to operate in the presence of an explosive atmosphere without creating an explosion or to contain an explosion occurring inside the equipment. These conditions are prevalent on or near aircraft as well as areas such as mines or oil fields. This test is conducted at ground level and various reduced barometric pressures. 

Equipment


Chamber working dimensions: 29-1/2 inches in diameter by 62 inches long.
Working pressure: 0.17 inches of Mercury with 15 CFM Kinney Vacuum Pump.
Temperature: ambient to +200 degrees Fahrenheit.
Built to meet the requirements of MIL-C-9435. Used to conduct explosion-proof and explosive atmosphere tests.

 

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