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Danger Arc Flash & Shock Hazard Label
5 × 3½″
|2 Mil UL® Recognized White Polyester||Sold in Packages of 5||UL® Recognized Clear Polyester||J5532-JF||$17.60||$16.50||$15.75||$14.25||$11.90||$9.75|
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Keep Area Clear for 36 inches Label
Keep Area Clear for 48 inches Label
Danger Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Floor Sign
Keep Area Clear For 36 Inches Floor Sign
Keep Area Clear For 48 Inches Floor Sign
Arc Flash Appropriate PPE Required Floor Label
Arc Flash & Shock Hazard Follow Requirements In NFPA 70E
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Electrical Panel Do Not Block Floor Label
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ARC FLASH LABELS
What is an Arc Flash?
An Arc Flash is an electric current passing through air between ungrounded conductors or between ungrounded conductors and grounded conductors resulting in an explosive burst of heat, light and a pressure wave. The temperatures can reach as high as 35,000°F. Exposure to these conditions burns the skin directly, may cause a variety of serious injuries and can even result in death.
How to avoid or minimize this hazard?
There are multiple national organizations that provide guidelines and standards on the risks and prevention of electrical related hazards in the work place. Among them are OSHA, ANSI and NFPA. Of these three organizations, NFPA provides the most comprehensive standard for safety-related work practices for employers to implement and provide a safe working area for employees relative to the hazards arising from the use of electricity.
What are the equipment labeling requirements?
Equipment labeling requirements are detailed in both the National Electrical Code (NEC) NFPA 70® as well as in the 2018 NFPA 70E®.
NEC® NFPA 70® states in 110.16:
"Electrical Equipment, such as switchboards, switchgear, panelboards, industrial control panels, meter socket enclosures, and motor control centers that is in other than dwelling occupancies and is likely to require examination, adjustment, servicing, or maintenance while energized shall be field marked or factory marked to warn qualified persons of potential electric arc flash hazards. The marking shall be located so as to be clearly visible to qualified persons before examination, adjustment, servicing, or maintenance of the equipment."
Equipment labeling is the responsibility of the employer when any electrical equipment must require examination, adjustment, servicing, or maintenance while energized.
The 2018 NFPA 70E® goes into further detail about the labeling requirements in Article 130.5 (H) Equipment Labeling:
Electrical Equipment such as switchboards, panelboards, industrial control panels, meter socket enclosures, and motor control centers that are in other than dwelling units and are likely to require examination, adjustment, servicing, or maintenance while energized shall be marked with a label containing the following information:
- Nominal system voltage
- Arc flash boundary
- At least one of the following:
- Available incident energy and the corresponding working distance, or arc flash PPE category in Table 130.7 (C)(15)(A)(b) or Table 130.7(C)(15)(B) for the equipment, but not both.
- Minimum arc rating of clothing.
- Site-specific level of PPE.
|Available Materials||Corner Radius||Diagram|
|5 × 3½″||5″||3½″||⅛″||Up to 3′ 1″||
|Material||Thickness||Outdoor Durability||Service Temp. Range||Available
|UL® Recognized White Polyester 2 mils thick UL Recognized white polyester with Hi-Performance pressure sensitive solvent based acrylic adhesive (UL® File No. MH10170 / CSA File No. 099241 L000), and a 1 mils thick UL Recognized clear polyester overlaminate film coated with a clear pressure sensitive acrylic adhesive (UL® File No. MH10170 / CSA File No. 099241 L000) that ensure a high degree of chemical, abrasion, and heat resistance. LEED Compliant adhesive has excellent adhesion to a wide variety of substrates such as stainless steel, acrylic, glass, coated metal and plastics. Minimum application temperature is 50°F. Clean and dry surface before applying.||2 mils||5 to 8 Years||-40° to 302° F||
|None||Engineering Grade||High Intensity Prismatic||Diamond Grade|
|ATSM D956 Type||–||Type I||Type IV||Type IX|
|Brightness||–||Standard Material||3x More||10x More|
SafetySign.com’s advanced printing process undergoes a stringent cross-hatching test. This specifically tests the adhesion and resistance to separation of the inks from the sign. In testing, a sample from the printing process is scored and covered in adhesive tape. The tape is removed and the sample assessed for adhesion quality.
We use a three-stage process to test all of our printing processes. We print our signs using only the processes that pass all three stages, giving you the highest quality signage possible.
The text is printed in Arial Black font.
The Danger Arc Flash & Shock Hazard Label from SafetySign.com uses this font to create a bold message that stands out in order to grab your attention, while also remaining clearly legible at the maximum safe viewing distance of the product.