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IEC 60204-1 sepration tube piping

IEC 60204-1 sepration tube piping

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Hello,

Could someone explain to me what the IEC 60204-1 standard is requiring regarding separation of electrical components and tubing with pressurized air or other media? What is the requirement and interpretation in that standard.

Must the tubing be separated to another electrical cabinet?
Can the tubing be in the same cabinet but as long as it is not mixed in the same cable channels as electrical wiring?
There is only issues while having pressurized tube in cabinet containing 230V AC?
It is okey to mix pressurized tube with components and electrical wiring caring for example 24V DC or other control signals such as data communication?

I am out looking for the constructional point of view for IEC 60204-1. There is so many different opinions in this matter.

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