NFPA 652, Standard on Fundamentals of Combustible Dust is a new combustible dust standard that is currently under development by the National Fire Protection Association’s Fundamentals of Combustible Dusts Committee. The committee will be holding its second Draft Meeting in St. Petersburg, FL, which Brian Edwards, PE will be attending to learn more about the direction of the standard.
In its current form, NFPA 652 is designed to be the single standard that will be used in addressing general combustible dust compliance at facilities. It will be the standard that all of the industry specific standards cite in regards to providing the specific properties and tests for determining whether a dust is combustible, as well as requirements for collection of the samples. Continue reading “New NFPA 652: Standard on Combustible Dust”