Standards and Technical Documents - Radiation safety of laser products, equipment classification, requirements and user's guide -- IEC 60825:1984
Description: Radiation safety of laser products, equipment classification, requirements and user's guide
Standards and Technical Documents - BS EN 60825 Standard Document -- RADIATION SAFETY OF LASER PRODUCTS, EQUIPMENT CLASSIFICATION, REQUIREMENTS AND USER'S GUIDE
Description: Description / Abstract Applies to radiation from laser products and is presented in three sections covering general and manufacturing requirements and a user's guide.
Standards and Technical Documents - SAFETY OF LASER PRODUCTS - PART 1: EQUIPMENT CLASSIFICATION, REQUIREMENTS AND USER'S GUIDE -- CSA E60825-1Supplier: CSA Group
Description: IEC 60825-1 is applicable to safety of laser products. For convenience it is divided into three separate sections: Section One (General) and the annexes; Section Two (Manufacturing requirements); and Section Three (User's guide* ). A laser product may consist of a single laser with or without
Supplier: IST Group, a Scott Safety company
Description: . The performance improvement marks a genuine step change for safety systems and life cycle cost savings. At the heart of the detector is a tuneable laser diode that eliminates environmental effects from sun, rain and fog. The laser scans single absorption lines where there is no interference from other
- Number of Gases Sensed: Single Gas
- Measurement Type: Trace
- Specific Gas Types: Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
- Electrical Outputs: Analog Current
Standards and Technical Documents - Photobiological Safety of Lamps and Lamp Systems -- CEI/IEC 62471:2006/CIE S 009:2002
Description: Dual IEC/CIE Logo Standard IEC 62471/CIE S 009/E&F:2002 (bilingual edition) Lamps were developed and produced in large quantities and became commonplace in an era when industry-wide safety standards were not the norm. The evaluation and control of optical radiation hazards from lamps and lamp
Standards and Technical Documents - WELDING CONSUMABLES - GASES AND GAS MIXTURES FOR FUSION WELDING AND ALLIED PROCESSES -- AWS A5.32M/A5.32Supplier: American Welding Society (AWS)
Description: This Standard specifies requirements for the classification of gases and gas mixtures used in fusion welding and allied processes including, but not limited to: — gas tungsten arc welding — GTAW; — gas metal arc welding — GMAW; — flux cored arc welding — FCAW
Supplier: Micro Quality Calibration, Inc.
Description: Chemical Scales & Balances CMM Laser Calibration Force Mass Pressure Torque Vacuum Gas & Liquid Flow Physical Dimensional *Please inquire or visit us on the web for capabilities,frequencies and ranges Repair MQC environmentally controlled multi-laboratory facility isequipped
- Capabilities: Hydraulics, Pneumatics
- Capabilities: Testing / Simulation, Certification, Component / Product Comparison, Failure Analysis / Troubleshooting, Evaluation / Inspection, Field Evaluation / On-site Inspection, In-process / In-line Testing, Reliability / Robustness, Test Development, Test Fixtures / Equipment, Test Panel / Sample
- Forms Tested / Certified: Components / Parts, Products, Facilities / Capital Equipment
- Services Offered: Aging / Life Testing, Condition Monitoring, Fire Characteristics / Flammability Testing, Flow Testing, Performance Testing, Pressure / Hydrostatic Testing, Safety / Liability Testing, Thermal Cycling / Shock, Vacuum / Decompression (Altitude Simulation)
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Patty's Industrial Hygiene 4-Volume Set 6th Edition
4 HAZARD EVALUATION MEASUREMENTS AND CLASSIFICATION The laser safety classification system greatly facilitates the determination of appropriate safety measures.
Eye‐safety analysis of current laser‐based scanned‐beam projection systems
In addition, it is clear that considerable confusion remains regarding the laser safety classification of scanned-beam projection displays and the implications for the achievable brightness roadmap of such systems.
Eye‐safety analysis of current laser‐based LCOS projection systems
… – especially the extended color gamut and potential for higher perceived brightness as a result of the Helmholtz–Kohlrausch effect9 – the extent to which the brightness of such systems can increase while maintaining an acceptable laser safety classification is still widely misunderstood.