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Monthly Archives: July 2013

PV and the 2014 National Electrical Code

The 2014 National Electrical Code is just around the corner and many states will be automatically adopting it on January 1, 2014. There are...

The Fork in the Road

In the May-June issue, I talked about branding and how every little thing matters. What I didn’t talk about specifically was IAEI’s brand: Who...

Sealing in Class I Hazardous Locations

This article will discuss seals. Not the cute furry ones, but the kind you need to reduce fire and explosion risks in locations containing...

Working Space for Electrical Equipment

Electrical systems are typically given a great deal of consideration during the design and installation phase of new construction or major renovation, but very...

The Wrong Way to be Right

Last summer my wife and I moved into a neighborhood close to where we both grew up. The deck railing on our new home...

Chapter 3, Article 300, Part 1 — Electrical Inspections for the Combination Inspector

Well we’ve made it to chapter three of the National Electrical Code. I like to refer to this area of the code as the...

Is Your Portfolio Truly Diversified?

Life is full of ups and downs; and the financial markets are no different. As an investor, you’re no doubt happy to see the...

ETCP Certification Promotes Safety for Entertainment Participants and Audiences

Entertainment comes from a magical space. Through the mediums of live and recorded arts, the mind is transported to new levels of excitement, fantasy,...

AFCIs in Our States — A Standards Perspective

The story of the arc-fault circuit interrupter is an interesting one as it is technical in nature, wrapped in controversy, fueled by passion, and...

Bonding, Grounding and Neutral Conductors — Does size really matter?

The subject of bonding and grounding is perhaps the mostconfusing to the users of the electrical installation codes. In fact, I have written on this...
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