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NFPA 654 : 2017

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PREVENTION OF FIRE AND DUST EXPLOSIONS FROM THE MANUFACTURING, PROCESSING, AND HANDLING OF COMBUSTIBLE PARTICULATE SOLIDS
Available format(s)

Hardcopy

Superseded date

09-03-2019

Language(s)

English

Published date

01-01-2017

Chapter 1 - Administration
Chapter 2 - Referenced Publications
Chapter 3 - Definitions
Chapter 4 - General Requirements
Chapter 5 - Performance-Based Design Option
Chapter 6 - Facility and Systems Design
Chapter 7 - Process Equipment
Chapter 8 - Fugitive Dust Control and Housekeeping
Chapter 9 - Ignition Sources
Chapter 10 - Fire Protection
Chapter 11 - Training and Procedures
Chapter 12 - Inspection and Maintenance
Annex A - Explanatory Material
Annex B - Explosion Protection
Annex C - Informational Primer on Spark Detection
          and Extinguishing Systems
Annex D - Dust Layer Characterization and Precautions
Annex E - Deflagration Propagation Isolation Methods
Annex F - Use of Water as Extinguishing Agent for
          Combustible Particulate Solids
Annex G - Informational References
Index

Gives requirements for all phases of the manufacturing, processing, blending, conveying, repackaging, and handling of combustible particulate solids or hybrid mixtures, regardless of concentration or particle size, where the materials present a fire, a flash fire, or an explosion hazard.

DevelopmentNote
2006 Edition is also available in Spanish Language, See NFPA 654 SPANISH. (05/2011) Also available with NFPA GUIDE TO COMBUSTIBLE DUST, see NFPA 654 SET. (02/2012) Supersedes & incorporates NFPA 650. (02/2015)
DocumentType
Standard
Pages
72
PublisherName
National Fire Protection Association
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy
Supersedes

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