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Class 1 Division 1 motor and space heaters

Class 1 Division 1 motor and space heaters

Class 1 Division 1 motor and space heaters

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Hello,

My motor supplier informed me that anti condensation heaters are not available for Class 1 Division 1 motors.
The client specified space heaters for all motors.
I went through the NEC NFPA 70 Article 500 but they only mention space heaters for Class 1 Division 2 motors however there is no mention that space heaters can not be used in Class 1 Division 1 motors.
Could someone confirm that the anti condensation heaters cannot be used in Class 1 Division 1 motors and if possible, give me a reference to show my client.

Thank you.
Mike

 

RE: Class 1 Division 1 motor and space heaters

Phone a couple of other suppliers and ask for suggestions.

Bill
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