EN 60079-10: 2009 now supersedes EN 60079-10: 2003 on the Classification of Combustible Gas Atmospheres Areas
The most significant changes to the standard include:
• A new Annex which deals with explosion hazards from flammable mists generated by the release under pressure of high flash point liquids.
• Introduction of a new clause which gives thermodynamic equations for release rate with a number of examples of estimating release rate of fluids and gases.
Other changes to the standards (for gas and powder) also apply which you may need to consider to ensure your EPD is valid and current!
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