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Below is a list of questions regarding the type of liquid you will be pumping. Answer as many as possible to help Henry help you. You can always contact PumpBiz via our Contact Us page or by calling 1.800.PUMPBIZ (786-7249)
* Ask Henry is not meant to represent a definitive answer to your pump application. These questions represent typical questions that may have an impact on which pump type/material/motor is best suited for your application.
Please refer final decision to your safety officer.
**UL and CSA Hazardous Locations (EXP) - sample listing.
Class I Group D (C I Gp D) locations are atmospheres containing elements such as Gasoline, Hexane, Naphtha, Benzene, Butane, Propane, Alcohol, Acetone, Benzol, Lacquer Solvent Vapors or Natural Gas.
Class I Group C (C I Gp C) locations are atmospheres containing elements such as Ethyl-ether, Ethylene and Cyclopropane.
Class II Group F & G (C I Gp F/G) locations are atmospheres containing dust such as (F) Carbon Black, Coal or Coke Dust, (G) Flour, Starch or Grain Dusts.
Motors misapplied in hazardous environments can cause a fire or explosion resulting in destruction of property, serious injury or death. Only the end user or a qualified underwriter is to identify and select the proper class, group, division, and temperature code motor to meet the requirements of each installation.
PumpBiz, Inc. personnel and or the pumpbiz.com website can advise what listing motors used with the pumps carry, but cannot evaluate nor recommend what motors may be suitable for use in hazardous environments.