Article 500 of the National Electrical Code
Articles 500–503 of the National Electrical Code constitute the fundamental reference document in the United States for installation of electrical equipment in hazardous locations. Article 500 defines the classification of hazardous areas in broad terms in accordance with the nature of the hazard and the degree of hazard. Subsequent articles stipulate specific requirements for equipment, and installation practices to be used in hazardous locations of a particular classification.
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