According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), 5,5 Gigawatt (GW) of additional nuclear capacity were connected to the grid and 9,4 GW were permanently shut down, bringing global nuclear capacity to 443 GW in 2019.
To ensure the safety of household refrigeration appliances, the IEC has published a revised version of its safety standard IEC 60335-2-24, Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety –Part 2-24: Particular requirements for refrigerating appliances, ice-cream appliances and ic
If you haven’t been in the intensive care unit of a hospital, you’ve probably seen it on TV or in a movie – the moment when the monitor flatlines and a flurry of doctors and nurses rush in to resuscitate the patient. Sometimes the line continues, sometimes it starts to beep, indicatin
Electronic components can be damaged if they are exposed to extreme temperatures. That is why devices have to undergo stringent testing to make sure that they work properly in hot, cold and humid climates.
Electric power utilities as well as industrial applications rely upon industrial switches and controlgear for their electric equipment. They are used to isolate, control and protect electrical equipment.
Eighty-seven per cent of the respondents to a recent survey have identified making processes and facilities safer as a primary benefit of standards. The survey was sent to standardization experts in North America, as well as some in South America and Europe.
an you take a picture underwater with your smartphone? Or drop your smartphone in a bucket of water? Despite the images showcased in promotional material, water remains the culprit for 39% of accidental smartphone damage in the United States.