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Electrostatic discharge on painted surfaces

Electrostatic discharge on painted surfaces

Electrostatic discharge on painted surfaces

Need to understand better the implication of the Electrostatic discharges and sparks on the painting in the installations of Gas group IIC.

Should the non-mettalic items to be restricted in such atmopsheric installations

Thanks to clarify

RE: Electrostatic discharge on painted surfaces

Please re-phrase your question. It is not clear what situation (operation, maintenance of an operating plant (outside of the hot pipe?), new construction of a new pipe in an operating plant, or new construction in a new (cold ?) plant is being discussed, nor what fluid, temperature, and type of coating system is your concern.

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