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Evaporated Nitrogen gas is not a conductor of electricity.   How can I get this in the electrical code(s)?  Which ones?

Discussion created by denysedbq on Jun 14, 2018
Latest reply on Jun 14, 2018 by chiefns830

Greetings,

 

 

Here is what I'd like to achieve:

 

 

Evaporated Nitrogen gas is not a conductor of electricity.  

(1) How can I get this in the electrical code(s)? 

(2) Which ones?

 

 

 

Please find a reference article on what Evaporated Nitrogen gas is.

 

 

In the NFPA Code 2001, it is an entry under IG100 - Nitrogen gas.

The difference between the compressed Nitrogen gas entry and

Evaporated Nitrogen gas is that the compressed Nitrogen adds to

the air mass reducing the percentage of Oxygen, where Evaporated

Nitrogen gas is a cohesive cloud of inert, cryogenically cold to start,

transparent, pure Nitrogen gas staving off any other material including

Oxygen.  It continues the cohesiveness of the liquid Nitrogen as a gas.

Liquid Nitrogen is clear as water, but flows like Mercury.

 

 

Thank you for your help in this inquiry.

 

 

Sincerely,

 

 

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