Arcad Inc | Arc Flash Software, Arc Flash Labels

Arc Flash Analytic (AFA) software and mobile apps have been developed based on NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace and IEEE 1584 Guide for Performing Arc-Flash Hazard Calculations as easy to use and comprehensive instruments for calculating arc incident energy and arc flash boundary, for determining limited, restricted, prohibited approach boundaries and hazard levels required by NEC / CEC and OSHA when work is to be performed on or near the energized equipment. Also, the AFA V5.0 software for Windows operated PCs allows one to calculate initial pressure generated by arc blast and arc flash explosive equivalent.

For more information contact:
Arcad Inc
1906 362 The East Mall
Toronto Ontario Canada
647-693-7715
arcadvisor@gmail.com
http://arcadvisor.com


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