Superseded Standard

IEEE 463-2006

IEEE Standard for Electrical Safety Practices in Electrolytic Cell Line Working Zones

Means for improved safeguarding of personnel while operating or maintaining equipment located in electrolytic cell line working zones are provided. Included are related requirements for equipment and electrical conductor installations. The general types of electrolytic cells covered include, but are not limited to, the direct current cells used in the production of aluminum, cadmium, sodium chlorate, chlorine, copper, fluorine, hydrogen peroxide, magnesium, sodium, and zinc.

Sponsor Committee
IAS/PCI - Petroleum and Chemical Industry
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Status
Superseded Standard
PAR Approval
2004-06-24
Superseded by
463-2013
Superseding
463-1993
Board Approval
2006-12-06
History
ANSI Approved:
2007-06-13
Published:
2007-02-28

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Industry Applications Society
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Sponsor Committee
IAS/PCI - Petroleum and Chemical Industry
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Working Group
463_WG - Working Group for Electrolytic Cell Line
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IEEE Program Manager
Patricia Roder
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Working Group Chair
Daryld Crow
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463-2019

IEEE Standard for Electrical Safety Practices in Electrolytic Cell Line Working Zones

Means for improved safeguarding of personnel while operating or maintaining equipment located in electrolytic cell line working zones are provided in this standard. Related requirements for equipment and electrical conductor installations are also included. The general types of electrolytic cells covered include, but are not limited to, the direct current cells used in the production of aluminum, cadmium, sodium chlorate, chlorine, copper, fluorine, hydrogen peroxide, magnesium, sodium, and zinc.

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463-2013

IEEE Standard for Electrical Safety Practices in Electrolytic Cell Line Working Zones

Means for improved safeguarding of personnel while operating or maintaining equipment located in electrolytic cell line working zones are provided. Included are related requirements for equipment and electrical conductor installations. The general types of electrolytic cells covered include, but are not limited to, the direct current cells used in the production of aluminum, cadmium, sodium chlorate, chlorine, copper, fluorine, hydrogen peroxide, magnesium, sodium, and zinc.

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