Is 1 KV Static Charge and 1 KV Electric current are same? hazards are same?
From India, Pune
No, they are not the same. Though the voltage is the same the power is different. It all depends upon the current flow and the duration. Please read and digest the information at https://physics.stackexchange.com/qu...-lethal/178087
From United Kingdom
Sir,
I understand both are difference from your information.
But one more dought, if static charge generated by flammable solvents. How much KV of Static Charge causes fire? or how much mJoule causes fire? Kindly explain?

From India, Pune
Dear Kishore,
If you have any doubts, kindly check the web. For example, please read and digest the contents at https://www.shimadzu.com/an/hplc/sup.../14/14lab.html
Please, when you raise questions, give details about what you do and why you have raised the questions and also some details of the scenario.

From United Kingdom
sir,
We are handling organic solvents like Methanol, Acetone, Toluene, Ethyl Acetate, Hexane, Heptane etc. and operations involved are uploading, dispensing, changing, stirring, filtration, centrifuge etc.
Also powder milling, sifting operations.
That's why I want more information on Static Charge.

From India, Pune
Dear Kishore,
I am an ex-electrical engineer I do not know much about these chemicals. I searched the web to give you the information that I gave.
Its always better to give complete information at the outset. This helps people to give you guidance, if not a solution. I suggest that you kindly check the web.

From United Kingdom

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