EEHA Inspections and Fuel Cell Systems

Texeco offers EEHA design and compliance reviews to electrical engineers, designers and contractors in Australia and New Zealand. We often support electrical projects by preparing third-party verification dossiers, EEHA compliance audits, machine builds (hydrogen fuel cell technology) and inspections.

Conformity Assessment Documents (CADs)

For ATEX, CSA, FM Approved or UL Listed electrical equipment that is not also certified according to the ANZEx or IECEx schemes, Texeco is available to support your project by preparing a Conformity Assessment Document (CAD).

As per AS/NZS 60079.14: 2022 clause explosion protected electrical equipment shall be certified as complying with an Australian, Australia/New Zealand, or international explosion-protected method in accordance with one of the following accepted certification schemes:

  • IECEx and registered on the IECEx database ( or
  • ANZEx and registered on the Administering Body database ( or
  • AUSEx and the equipment was manufactured within the certificate validity period.

Electrical equipment with a third-party certificate but not according to IEC Standards or AS/NZS Standards shall be restricted to circumstances where suitable equipment with a certificate in accordance with AS/NZS 60079.14: 2022 is not practicable to obtain. AS/NZS 60079.14: 2022 clause states that justification for using a third-party certificate may be demonstrated in the form of a conformity assessment document. Details of such justification shall be included as part of the verification dossier.


Advanced Technologies Machine Builds

Texeco supports a large mining and energy company converting diesel-driven engines to battery and fuel cell technology systems. Their workshop is in Hazelmere (Perth, WA), and our team of highly experienced industrial electricians is working on machine modifications and hydrogen technologies.

DKN Pty Ltd ATF Texeco Trust holds Western Australia contractor number EC007900.

The CADs are prepared by William Rankin. William is licensed electrician and is registered in the area of practice ‘electrical engineering’ with Engineers Australia TMIEAust CEngT NER IntET(Aus). In addition, he has attained the unit of competency to conduct a conformity assessment of explosion-protected equipment. He has also been awarded a Master of Business Law from Southern Cross University (SCU). Since 2009, Williams has prepared more than 500 CADs for use in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. CADs can usually be prepared in less than four days. Please contact info[@] for more information and pricing.