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    IEC 60079 and UL's Version of Several of the Standards

    I'm trying to determine what the difference is between the UL version of several IEC-60079 standards.
    Could anyone share the current edition of the below standards.
    IEC - 60079-0 - General requirements for all equipment
    IEC - 60079-1 - Equipment protected by explosionproof / flameproof enclosures (type 'd')
    IEC - 60079-2 - Equipment protected by pressurization (type 'p')
    IEC - 60079-5 - Equipment protected by powder filling (type 'q')
    IEC - 60079-6 - Equipment protected by oil immersion (type 'o')
    IEC - 60079-7 - Equipment designed to increased safety requirements (type 'e')
    IEC - 60079-11 - Equipment designed to intrinsically safe requirements (type 'i')
    IEC - 60079-13 - Equipment protection by pressurized room (type 'p')
    IEC - 60079-15 - Equipment designed to non-sparking / nonincendive requirements (type 'n')
    IEC - 60079-18 - Equipment protected by encapsulation (type 'm')
    IEC - 60079-19 - Repair, overhaul, and reclamation requirements
    IEC - 60079-20-1 - Material characteristics for gas and vapour classification - Test methods and data
    IEC - 60079-25 - Intrinsically safe electrical systems
    IEC - 60079-26 - Requirements for intrinsically safe systems
    IEC - 60079-27 - Requirements for intrinsically safe Fieldbus (FISCO)
    IEC - 60079-28 - Requirements for systems using optical transmission
    IEC - 60079-29-1 - Performance requirements for flammable gas detectors
    IEC - 60079-29-2 - Selection, installation, use and maintenance of flammable gas and oxygen detectors
    IEC - 60079-29-4 - Gas detectors - Performance requirements of open path detectors for flammable gases
    IEC - 60079-30-1 - Requirements for electrical resistance trace heating
    IEC - 60079-31 - Equipment protected against dust ignition by an enclosure (type 't')


    Complete...

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    UL 60079-0 - Explosive Atmospheres – Part 0: Equipment – General Requirements
    UL 60079-1 - Explosive Atmospheres - Part 1: Equipment Protection by Flameproof Enclosures “d”
    UL 60079-5 - Explosive Atmospheres – Part 5: Equipment Protection by Powder Filling “q”
    UL 60079-6 - Explosive Atmospheres – Part 6: Equipment Protection by Oil Immersion “o”
    UL 60079-7 - Explosive Atmospheres - Part 7: Equipment Protection by Increased Safety "e"
    UL 60079-11 - Explosive Atmospheres – Part 11: Equipment Protection by Intrinsic Safety “i”
    UL 60079-15 - Explosive Atmospheres – Part 15: Equipment Protection by Type of Protection "n"
    UL 60079-18 - Explosive Atmospheres - Part 18: Equipment Protection by Encapsulation "m"


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    Re: IEC 60079 and UL's Version of Several of the Standards

    To understand what are differencies between the UL and IEC-60079 series versions, read one sample of Draft:

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  16. Re: IEC 60079 and UL's Version of Several of the Standards

    Thanks You for new standards for IEC 60079.

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