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NFPA 79: Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery with Industrial Control Panels UL 508A and Short-Circuit Current Ratings (Bundled Workshop)


Description

 

The first two days of this technical workshop will cover the origin, organization, intent, and purpose of NFPA 79.  Industry experts will guide you through the Standard and provide the practical knowledge and understanding you need to make informed safety decisions using NFPA 79 in conjunction with the National Electrical Code and other related documents. 

The third day of the workshop focuses on how to construct general use industrial control panels in accordance with the Standard for Industrial Control Panels, UL 508A, 1st Edition. It covers UL 508A, general use ICP construction, rating and marking requirements, sections 1-61; enclosure construction requirements, sections 62-64; component requirements, supplement A and appendices A and B.

The fourth day instructs existing industrial control panel customers on how to establish short-circuit ratings for individual industrial control panels in accordance with the requirements outlined in the new Standard for Industrial Control Panels, UL 508A, 1st Edition, Supplement B.  This supplement is the only method specifically noted as being approved by the 2005 NEC.

Each participant will receive a NFPA 79 seminar workbook, NFPA nylon briefcase, a copy of the NFPA 79: Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery, 2012 Edition, a UL 508A participant workbook and a copy of the UL 508A Standard (Total Value - $686 USD).  

Objectives

Days one and two

  • Recognize hazards associated with industrial machines
  • Explain the methods used to reduce risks and safeguard personnel
  • Understand NEC requirements with regard to feeder circuits to industrial machines
  • Calculate and select proper overcurrent protection in accordance with the NEC
  • Apply proper wiring distribution methods and grounding techniques
  • Describe the requirements of operational and safety specific control circuits
  • Discuss interlocking techniques associated with enclosures
  • Determine proper specification and location of control devices
  • Recognize minimum safety criteria for electronic assemblies
  • Identify conductors to different types of circuits
  • Integrate accessory circuits correctly
Days three and four
  • Discuss and define power circuit and control circuit construction requirements
  • Define and apply appropriate electrical spacing between un-insulated parts of components
  • Determine proper segregation of insulated conductors of separate circuits
  • Determine the appropriate branch circuit protection sizing and individual component selection
  • Describe transformer over-current protection
  • Navigate UL 508A Table SA1.1 and the UL Web to determine component suitability/ cost saving methods
  • Execute proper application of supplementary protectors
  • Explain panel rating and marking requirements
  • Identify a short circuit current rating marking
  • Demonstrate through course activities how to identify and calculate short-circuit ratings

Target Audience

  • Electricians and professionals involved with electrical or electronic machinery
  • Industrial designers
  • Engineers
  • Manufacturers
  • Installers
  • Safety managers
  • Inspection authorities
  • Panel product designers and engineers
  • Regulatory compliance engineers
  • Panel manufacturers

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

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The maximum discount code that can be used for this bundled workshop is 10% (UL customers or NFPA members only).

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Cost

Instructor-Led 3.5 Days $1,795.00

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