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2001 Edition, 2001

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Recommended Practices to Improve Electrical Maintenance and Safety in the Cement Industry



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(This introduction is not a part of IEEE Std 625-2001, IEEE Recommended Practices to Improve Electrical Maintenance and Safety in the Cement Industry.)

Continuing efforts to improve safety and working conditions in the cement industry have made safety increasingly important to the management of every cement plant. Proliferating federal, state, and local laws have placed even greater stress on the need for a good maintenance and safety program. The Cement Industry Committee has analyzed many areas to which safety requirements pertain and, through the working groups, recommended practices have evolved for the industry.

Several years ago, the Safety Committee Working Group published its safety recommendations for the cement industry. At that time, no attempt was made to cover recommended maintenance practices in cement plants; the present recommended practices, however, combine both maintenance and safety practices. This approach was agreed on by the Environmental, Maintenance and Safety Working Group and is based on the belief that sound maintenance practices go, of necessity, hand-in-hand with safety. As in the previous recommended practices, IEEE Std 625-1979 and IEEE Std 625-1990, the recommendations contained here are advisory and should be considered in that light. The Environmental, Maintenance and Safety Working Group have agreed on these recommendations, but they recommend that they be revised in the future to suit specific plant conditions. In general, however, it is hoped that these practices can provide sound, basic guidelines for the industry at present.

For these recommendations to be of maximum use to the cement industry, the users’ comments are required. Comments should be concerned with areas not covered in these recommended practices, as well as with those requiring greater coverage in subsequent reports.

This document was revised by the Environmental, Maintenance and Safety Working Group of the Cement Industry Committee. The members of the working group were as follows:

Christopher Macey, Chair

Christopher C. Rayner, Vice Chair

Neal W. Biege

Mark A. Huber

Satish H. Sheth

Ed Buehler

Larry D. McConnell

Diana L. Smith

Cary O. Cohrs

A. S. (Allan) Moore

John Sommers

Guy Cosway

Robert J. Sagmeister

Charles E. Wilber

Ann Dougherty

Karl A. Willis

The following members of the balloting committee voted on this standard:

Leroy C. Cockrell

Andrzej Janik

R. Joseph Pospisil

Cary O. Cohrs

Michael W. Jasberg

Christopher C. Rayner

Stephen J. Coppinger

Brian P. Keefe

Clayton H. Reid

Thomas K. Crowninshield

John P. Kline

Paul J. Riley

Ennio Dezorzi

William Kohan

James L. Schaadt

Ann Dougherty

Christopher Macey

Satish H. Sheth

Reinhold A. Errath

Larry D. McConnell

Roderick H. Simmons

When the IEEE-SA Standards Board approved this standard on 14 March 2001, it had the following membership:

Donald N. Heirman, Chair

James T. Carlo, Vice Chair

Judith Gorman, Secretary

Chuck Adams

James H. Gurney

Paul J. Menchini

Mark D. Bowman

Raymond Hapemen

Daleep C. Mohla

Clyde R. Camp

Richard J. Holleman

Robert F. Munzner

Richard DeBlasio

Richard H. Hulett

Ronald C. Petersen

Harold E. Epstein

Lowell G. Johnson

Malcolm V. Thaden

H. Landis Floyd

Joseph L. Koepfinger*

Geoffrey O. Thompson

Jay Forster*

Peter H. Lips

Akio Tojo

Howard M. Frazier

Howard L. Wolfman

*Member Emeritus

Also included are the following nonvoting IEEE-SA Standards Board liaisons:

Satish K. Aggarwal, NRC Representative

Alan H. Cookson, NIST Representative

Donald R. Volzka, TAB Representative

Savoula Amanatidis, IEEE Standards Managing Editor

Scope

These recommendations apply to all electrical equipment such as substations, power transformers, motor controls, generators, distribution systems, instruments, and storage batteries commonly used in cement plants. They are intended to be used as a guide and may be supplemented where special needs exist. This document is a companion document to IEEE Std 277-1994, IEEE Recommended Practice for Cement Plant Power Distribution [B1] and IEEE Std 499-1997, IEEE Recommended Practice for Cement Plant Electric Drives and Related Equipment [B3]1.