Inactive-Reserved Standard

IEEE 499-1997

IEEE Recommended Practice for Cement Plant Electric Drives and Related Electrical Equipment

All electric drives, including motors and control wiring associated with machinery or equipment commonly used in the manufacturing areas of cement plants are covered. Recommendations are not intended to apply to power distribution circuits. These recommendations apply to electrical equipment having a supply voltage of 13 800 V or less.

Sponsor Committee
IAS/CI - Cement Industry
Status
Inactive-Reserved Standard
PAR Approval
1994-12-13
Superseding
499-1989
Board Approval
1997-09-19
History
ANSI Approved:
1998-04-27
Published:
1997-12-03
Inactivated Date:
2019-11-07

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Industry Applications Society
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Sponsor Committee
IAS/CI - Cement Industry
Working Group
ADMIN - Project Administration
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IEEE Program Manager
Patricia Roder
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625-2001

IEEE Recommended Practice to Improve Electrical Maintenance and Safety in the Cement Industry

These recommended practices are intended as a reference document for use by members of cement industry electrical maintenance departments. The procedures necessary for an efficient maintenance operation are summarized, and detailed information on maintenance procedures for many of the electrical devices more commonly found in the cement industry is provided.

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277-2007

IEEE Recommended Practice for Cement Plant Power Distribution

This document has been developed as a recommended practice for electrical distribution systems in cement plants with the objective of satisfactory equipment utilization, reliability, performance, safety, and low maintenance–all at a reasonable cost. Revision of IEEE Std 277-1994

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