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Recommendations for maximum surface temperatures of heateddomestic equipment.

British Standards Institution.

Recommendations for maximum surface temperatures of heateddomestic equipment.

by British Standards Institution.

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Published by British Standards Institution .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesBritish standard 4086,1966
The Physical Object
Pagination8p.,21cm
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21007294M

Most heated apparatus in industrial, commercial, and residential service are insulated, unless thermal insulation interferes with their function; for example, it is inappropriate to insulate the bottom surface of a flatiron. However, surface temperatures of insulated equipment and appliances are potentially high enough to cause burns from contact exposure under certain conditions. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Free ebooks since

A criteria document, Criteria for a Recommended Standard: Occupational Exposure to Hot Environments, was prepared in and first revised in The revision presented here takes into account the large amount of new scientific information on working in heat and hot environ-ments. Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas: Field Inspections Bill Rankin Electrical Engineer / Senior Electrical Inspector Abstract Electrical equipment and installations that fall within explosive gas atmospheres are required to comply with the applicable regulations of the Australian State or Size: KB.

  Know the best way to take your child's temperature. Skip to site navigation Skip to centimeters) into the rectum. Alternatively, you can place your child on his or her belly on your lap or other firm surface. If you put your child belly down, put your hand against his or her lower back to hold the child in place. Check out these. • A hot surface The advantages of intrinsic safety The major advantage of intrinsic safety is that it provides a solution to all the problems of hazardous areas (for equipment requiring limited power) and is the only technique which meets this criterion. The significant factors are as follows.


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Technical considerations and recommended maximum temperatures for control components and working surfaces of any type of heated domestic equipment. See also PD Recommendations for Maximum Surface Temperatures of Heated Domestic Equipment Includes all amendments and changes through Reaffirmation Notice, J View Abstract.

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BS Recommendations for maximum surface temperatures of heated domestic equipment (Withdrawn) Publication Year Document Status Old version of document. Abstract Technical considerations and recommended maximum temperatures for control components and working surfaces of any type of heated domestic equipment.

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Recommended maximum temperatures for touchable surfaces to prevent burning with long contact periods Material Recommended maximum temperature (°C) Up to I rain contact time Metals (coated and uncoated), water and other materials with high conductivity levels Glass, ceramics, concrete, Polyamid Pertinax, Plexiglass, Teflon, Duroplast, wood Up to 10 min contact time All materials Up to 8 h contact Cited by: Temperature: 5 to 40 degrees Celsius (41 to degrees Fahrenheit) Humidity Levels: 10% to 70% (Non-Condensing) Storage: Temperature: 15 to 50 degrees Celsius (5 to degrees Fahrenheit) Humidity Levels: 10% to 70% (Non-Condensing) Dew Condensation Warning Dew condensation may form inside the product under the following conditions.

ASTM C (the Standard Guide for Heated System Surface Conditions that Produce Contact Burn Injuries) recommends that surface temperatures remain at or below °F.

The reason for this is that the average person can touch a °F surface for up to five seconds without sustaining irreversible burn damage. A generally accepted temperature is degrees F as a maximum temperature for exposed surfaces where an employee could be expected to come into contact with it.

Some safety supply companies sell stick on warning labels, made of temperature sensing materials, that turn to a red color to warn employees of excessive temperatures.

Recommendations for Maximum Surface Temperatures of Heated Domestic Equipment Technical considerations and recommended maximum temperatures for control components and working surfaces of any type of heated domestic equipment. Surface Temperature Minimum (Note 1) Seasonal Limits >= mm 5 °C (40 °F) None >= 50 mm but temperatures on the surface where the mixture is to be placed and the controlling temperature will be theFile Size: KB.

Food Code Recommendations of the United States Public Health Service Food and Drug Administration The Food Code is a model for safeguarding public health and. The maximum operating temperature of a component is limited not only to the performance of the active device, but also by the packaging material and joining technologies used to house the device.

It is important, therefore, to consider all of these if a device is to be used above its recommended operating temperature.

Regular digital thermometers use electronic heat sensors to record body temperature. These thermometers can be used in the rectum, mouth or armpit. Mercury thermometers are no longer recommended because they can break and allow mercury — which is toxic — to escape.

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In the last 40 years, the average room temperature in the UK has risen considerably, largely due to the wide dispersion of central heating and improving insulation standards. Back inthe average internal temperature of a home in the UK in the winter months was 12°C.

Decades later this has risen to 18°C. High temperature refrigeration equipment refers to cooling equipment that operates typically in the 25 degF to 45 degF, such as air conditioning systems. Medium temperature refrigeration equipment refers to cooling equipment that operates typically in the range of .The degree rule applies to motors operating at above rated temperature; insulation life drops by half for each 10°C of overtemperature.

Depending on design and cooling arrangements, motor surface temperature can be hot to the touch. Surface temperatures of 75°C to 95°C can exist on T .pattern to ensure the most even surface temperature possible. If the tubing is installed in a standard serpentine pattern the surface temperature may vary enough to melt some areas very well and form ice in other areas because the fluid temperature and surface temperatures are too low to provide enough heat to melt at design conditions.