Dynelec (Australia)


Dynamic Electrical Constructions Pty Ltd

Accreditation No.


Site No.


Date of Accreditation


253-255 Princes Highway
Unanderra, NSW 2526


Mr Steven Whitehead P: +61 (02) 42607600


Type C Inspection Body

Scope of Accreditation


Dynamic Electrical Constructions Pty Ltd

ISO/IEC 17020 (2012)

Manufactured Goods

Service Product Determinant Procedure Limitations
Explosion-protected electrical equipment - Overhaul and maintenance inspection Dust ignition protection (Ex t/DIP) rotating machines; Electrical equipment for use in hazardous atmospheres; Equipment installed within flameproof (Ex d) enclosures; Equipment installed within increased safety (Ex e) enclosures; Equipment installed within non sparking (Ex n) enclosures; Equipment installed within pressurised (Ex p) enclosures; Flameproof (Ex d) enclosures; Flameproof (Ex d) motors; Increased safety (Ex e) enclosures; Increased safety (Ex e) motors; Non-sparking (Ex n) enclosures; Non-sparking (Ex n) rotating machines; Pressurised (Ex p) enclosures; Pressurised (Ex p) rotating machines Overhaul inspection

AS/NZS 3800 (2012), MP 87.2

Limited to Group I and Group II equipment for use in hazardous atmospheres 

ANZEx Certificate of Recognition No. ANZEx SF 10.5433 version 5  

Limited to rotating machines and transformers up to 11 kV and 5 MW

Limited to increased safety rotating machines up to 1 kV and 1 MW

Limited to pressurised rotating machines and transformers up to 11 kV and 5 MW

Workshop limitations are:

 - For AC machines 415 V, 1 kV, 3.3 kV, 6.6 kV and 11 kV

 - For DC machines 0 to 500 V

 - incoming power limitation is 1000 kVA @ 415 V and 600 kVA at higher voltages

Electrical equipment for use in hazardous atmospheres Assessment

AS/NZS 2290.1 - Equipment verification dossier, 

AS/NZS 60079.14 -  Documentation,

AS/NZS 4871.1 App G

Pre-overhaul inspection

AS/NZS 2290.1 section 7

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