Today is...
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Welcome to Control.com, the global online
community of automation professionals.
Featured Video...
Featured Video
Wiring and programming your servos and I/O just got a lot easier...
Our Advertisers
Help keep our servers running...
Patronize our advertisers!
Visit our Post Archive
Liquid and Combustible Samples and NFPA 496
I have run into a debate about liquid combustible samples and NFPA 496

Here is the question.

NFPA Table 6-2.4 indicates that Additional requirements for unlimited release under abnormal conditions. My assertion is that this would always apply when an combustible liquid sample is brought into a purged enclosure. My assertion is a liquid sample can not be considered a limited release gas sample. Am I incorrect?

KPenson