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Sealing cables & pipes in refining & petrochemical facilities

An overview of sealing cable & pipe entry points in refining & petrochemical facilities based upon industry standards & practical experience.
By attending this seminar you will gain a greater understanding of:

  • The safety requirements for cable and pipe sealing.
  • The potential hazards (e.g. flooding, gas leaks, blast and E&I 60, A, H and J fire) and the optimal sealing methods.
  • ATEX requirements/hazardous areas.
  • Discipline:
  • Electrical
  • Location:
  • Client Offices
  • Duration:
  • TBC
  • Accreditation:
  • CPD Certified
  • Construction CPD Accreditation

Correct cable sealing to increase telecommunication resilience

An overview of sealing cable entry points in telecom systems, looking at the threats to telecom operational reliability. Gain a greater understanding of:

  • The importance of a resilient telecom system.
  • Where sealing is required in telecom networks.
  • The threats to telecom operational reliability.
  • How correct cable, pipe and conduit sealing can increase telecommunication resilience.
  • The importance of confirming sealing solution at the design stage of projects.
  • Discipline:
  • Electrical
  • Location:
  • Client Offices
  • Duration:
  • TBC
  • Accreditation:
  • CPD Certified
  • Construction CPD Accreditation

New cable and pipe sealing methods for enclosures

New ways of sealing cables and pipes in enclosures, cabinets, panels and containers safely are explored. Gain a greater understanding of:

  • The concept of modular cable and pipe entry sealing systems on equipment.
  • The risks to electrical equipment from not sealing cables and pipes sufficiently. The risks include water and dust ingress, EMI, magnetic fields and Eddy currents.
  • Legislation, industry standards and best practice.
  • ATEX/Ex e equipment.
  • Bonding and grounding alternatives.
  • Discipline:
  • Electrical
  • Location:
  • Client Offices
  • Duration:
  • TBC
  • Accreditation:
  • CPD Certified
  • Construction CPD Accreditation

Cable and pipe transits for EMC applications

This seminar looks at cable and pipe transits in EMC applications, based upon industry standards and practical experience. Gain a greater understanding of:

  • EMC, EMI and EMP.
  • How electrical noise can be mitigated.
  • How best to protect electrical equipment from the hazards of EMI.
  • Different systems for shielding, filtering, bonding and grounding.
  • The potential issues when sealing cables and pipes.
  • Relevant legislation, industry standards and best practice.
  • Discipline:
  • Electrical
  • Location:
  • Client Offices
  • Duration:
  • TBC
  • Accreditation:
  • CPD Certified
  • Construction CPD Accreditation

Cable sealing in substations

An overview of sealing cable entry points & cable ducts in substations, looking at the impact of water ingress & continuous water pressure. Gain a greater understanding of:

  • The benefits of adequate sealing in cable trenches.
  • The design requirements for switchgear operation, manufacturers' recommendations and control measures.
  • The importance of civil structural considerations when designing and building a substation.
  • Ensuring the design and installation of substation seals meet the requirement of the client through clear design and specification.
  • Discipline:
  • Electrical
  • Location:
  • Client Offices
  • Duration:
  • TBC
  • Accreditation:
  • CPD Certified
  • Construction CPD Accreditation