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 Post subject: Hazard/Risk Category #1 PPE
PostPosted: Tue Jun 17, 2008 8:12 am 
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Is the cal/cm^2 supposed to be 4 or 5 for hazard level 1? I see it listed in many places online as 5 cal/cm^2 and they claim its form the NFPA 70E, but the edition I have (2004) listed 4 cal/cm^2. Is this just a change between editions?


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deprico wrote:
Is the cal/cm^2 supposed to be 4 or 5 for hazard level 1? I see it listed in many places online as 5 cal/cm^2 and they claim its form the NFPA 70E, but the edition I have (2004) listed 4 cal/cm^2. Is this just a change between editions?


Yep, was 5cal/cm2 in 2000 and changed to 4 cal/cm2 in 2004 edition.


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