The course is aimed for Engineers at graduate or equivalent level with a design or specification function, specifically for those who wish to significantly expand on the Ex01-Ex04 content. This course is of particular interest to Electrical and instrumentation Designers, Engineers e.g. Maintenance Engineers, Project Engineers etc.
Note: if candidate has not recently studied Hazardous Area Equipment or does not have recent relevant experience, it is highly recommended to begin with the CompEx Foundation Course before undertaking Ex12.
The Candidate requires to have sufficient knowledge1, skills2 and experience3 to undertake the training and assessments. The following is required:
The CompEx Ex12 course covers the application design and selection of electrical equipment, along with the requirements of IEC 60079-14: Electrical installations design, selection and erection.
The course fully addresses the designer’s requirements to the new 2014 Installation and Inspection Standards.The course is intended to give an in-depth awareness to the candidate with regard to explosive atmospheres formed by gases, vapours, mists and some insight to combustible dusts. It covers the application design and selection of electrical equipment for use in explosive atmospheres. As the persons attending the course are Designers/Engineers or at an equivalent senior level, the course covers the basic and more in depth elements of the installation requirements from a theoretical viewpoint.
All presentation material is in Microsoft PowerPoint. Electronic handouts are given to candidates and are intended to be used as an aide-memoir tool in the future. (Hard copies are available at a cost)
In total there are 7.5 hours of multi-choice written examinations to be completed;
Core paper, Marking paper, design paper and standards papers (two parts)