Nichiyu flameproof forklifts for hazardous area operations

Nichiyu flameproof forklifts for hazardous area operations

Flameproofing of electrically powered equipment is mandatory for operation within hazardous areas, where a risk of explosion or fire ignition exists due to the presence of dangerous gases in the air. In Australia, these areas are defined in standards AS60079.10 and AS61241.10.

Hazardous sites are evaluated according to the type and volume of hazardous materials, the area in which the materials are handled, and the ventilation conditions (see list of industry types that may contain sites considered to be hazardous).

Nichiyu Forklifts, Japan

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