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How do you cover the power terminals of your electromagnets?

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How do you cover the power terminals of your electromagnets?

Post  Cherrill Spencer on Fri Oct 28, 2011 7:56 pm

Dear PAR members
Has your lab chosen a standard method of covering the power terminals of your electromagnets- for safety reasons, so people cannot touch the terminals when the magnet is powered? I'm asking about the type of terminal that carries over 50 amps, made from copper for example. What rules do you have at your accelerator regarding the need to prevent anyone from being too close to magnet terminals?

Please send me an email at cherrill@slac.stanford.edu with your reply, as well as posting it here.
Thanks very much
Cherrill Spencer at the SLAC National Accelerator Lab in California, USA
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