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Hazardous area certificate ANZ Ex 04.3006X
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    Certificate of Conformity    Certificate No.: ANZEx 04.3006X Issue No.: Original Date of Issue:  29/07/2004 The certification database located at www.sai-global.com shows the currency of this certificate. ABN 94 084 639 032 Certificate issued by TestSafe Australia 919 Londonderry Road Londonderry NSW 2753 Australia    Phone: +61 2 4724 4900 Fax: +61 2 4724 4999 www.testsafe.com.au    Accreditation by the Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand Acc No. Z2221100AS Australian/New Zealand  Certification Scheme for   E XPLOSION- P ROTECTED E LECTRICAL E QUIPMENT ANZEx Scheme   Certificate Holder: WEG Industrias S.A. – Motores Avenida Prefeito, Waldemar Grubba, 3000 Jaragua Do Sul Santa Catarina, BRAZIL 89256-900 Electrical Apparatus: Flameproof Induction Motors, Frame Sizes 90-355 Type of Protection: Ex d Marking: Ex d I/IIB T* ( *refer to Table 2) for Groups I and II Ex d IIB T* ( *refer to Table 2) for Group II only ANZEx 04.3006X Manufacturing Location(s): WEG Industrias S.A. – Motores Avenida Prefeito, Waldemar Grubba, 3000 3000Jaragua Do Sul Santa Catarina, BRAZIL 89256-900   Certificate No.: ANZEx 04.3006X Issue No.:  Original Date of Issue:  29/07/2004 Signed for on and behalf of issuing body Quality & Certification Manager 29/07/2004 Position Date of Issue This certificate and schedule may not be reproduced except in full This certificate is not transferable and remains the property of the issuing body and must be returned in the event of it being revoked or not renewed. Australian/New Zealand  Certification Scheme for   E XPLOSION- P ROTECTED E LECTRICAL E QUIPMENT ANZEx Scheme   This certificate is granted subject to the conditions as set out in Standards Australia/Standards New Zealand P-008Ex Mark  Management Committee Publication MP87:2004. STANDARDS: The electrical apparatus and any acceptable variations to it specified in the schedule of this certificate and the identified documents, was found to comply with the following standards: IEC 60079-0 : 1998 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Part 0: General requirements (Incorporating Amendment 1) IEC 60079-1 : 2001 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Part 1: Flameproof enclosure ‘d’ IEC 60034-5: 2000 Degrees of protection provided by the integral design of rotating electrical machines (IP Code) - Classification This Certificate does not   indicate compliance with electrical safety and performance requirements other than those expressly included in the Standards listed above. TEST & ASSESSMENT REPORTS: The equipment listed has successfully met the examination and test requirements as recorded in Test Report No. and Issuing Body. :   24329 TestSafe Australia Quality Assessment Report No. and Issuing Body :   ANZEx QAR 03.002 TestSafe Australia File Reference:   2003/001364 and 2003/016052  Page 3 of 6   Certificate No.: ANZEx 04.3006X Issue No.:  Original Date of Issue:  29/07/2004 Australian/New Zealand  Certification Scheme for   E XPLOSION- P ROTECTED E LECTRICAL E QUIPMENT ANZEx Scheme   Schedule EQUIPMENT:   A range of explosion protected air-cooled three-phase induction motors constructed of FC-200 cast iron in the following configurations: Frame sizes: ISO 90 to 355 Winding arrangement: 2, 4, 6, 8 or 10 Poles  Nominal power output: 0.18 to 330 kW Supply voltage: Up to 1100 volts Supply frequency: 50 Hz or 60 Hz or VVVF drive Winding options: Two speed by pole changing Mounting arrangement: Foot and / or flange. Shaft axis Horizontal or Vertical Construction options: Winding and bearing thermal protection by RTD, PTC, PT100, thermostats, microtherm or thermistors devices. Rain hat over fan cowl for vertical mounting position. Roller, ball, angular or four point bearings Internal heaters Double shaft extension Class F or H insulation Fan material of polypropylene, aluminium, or cast iron. For Group I only cast iron. Alternate cable entries The manufacturer’s drawing TB-1117 TS further describes the range of motors. The type of shaft seals fitted as specified by the manufacturer’s drawing TB-0865 determines the IP rating of the motors within the range.  Page 4 of 6   Certificate No .:  ANZEx 04.3006X Issue No .:  Original Date of Issue :  29/07/2004 Australian/New Zealand  Certification Scheme for   E XPLOSION- P ROTECTED E LECTRICAL E QUIPMENT ANZEx Scheme   CONDITIONS OF CERTIFICATION: 1. It is a condition of manufacture that the motor frame sizes 225 to 355 shall be routine pressure tested in accordance with clause 16.1 of IEC 60079-1:2001 at the following pressures: Table 1 Motor frame sizes Frame test pressure (kPa) 225, 250 and 280 2100 315 and 355 2760 2. It is a condition of manufacture that the motors shall be fitted with thermal protection devices according to the following Table 2 and the corresponding Temperature Class and ambient temperature shall be marked on the motor: Table 2 Ambient / operating conditions Temperature Class Trip RTD / PTC/thermostats setting in windings 40 o C / rated load T4 135 o C 60 o C / rated load T3 160 o C 40 o C / 0.75 derated T5 100 o C 3. It is a condition of safe use that installation and operation of the motors shall be in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, including drawing XXX (corresponding to the motor/item part number XXX stamped on the motor) that shows thread form and size for the entries on the terminal box when non-ISO threaded entries are provided. 4. It is a condition of safe use that the temperature sensing devices fitted to the motor, when the motor is supplied from VVVF or in derated load for T5 Temperature Class, shall be connected to the control circuitry in such a manner as to disconnect the source of supply to the motor in order to prevent the nominated Temperature Class from being exceeded. 5. It is a condition of safe use for motors fitted with internal heaters that the supply to these heaters shall be arranged so that they can only be energised when the motor supply is disconnected.
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