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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Safety in Marinas

Yet another swimming season has begun, and manmade dangers exist that have gone on record as taking the most precious of our family members,...

Grounding terminology and grounding requirements — is there a reason to be confused?

Quite often Code users ask, “Is there a difference between a grounding conductor and ground grid conductor?”  Or, “Is there a difference between a...

When in Doubt, Check it Out!

While it is true in many walks of life, “the greatest form of flattery is imitation,” in the world of electrical product safety certification...

Articles 366 through 364

In this article we will conclude our discussion of Chapter 3 of the 2011 National Electrical Code. Starting with Article 366, we will cover...

Electrical Safety for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities

Perhaps the number one rule in advertising is for your advertisement to be seen. Thus, it is no surprise that electronic advertisements are placed...

2014 CE Code — Part 1 Changes

This is the second of three articles detailing significant changes for the 2015 Canadian Electrical Code Part I (CE Code). The final meeting for...

Center-Fed Load Centers and Panelboards

Based on the number of queries I get via phone and email, I sometimes think that more than half of the load centers in...

Enter the Nonmetallic-Sheathed Cable Interconnector

In the March-April 2014 issue, IAEI published an article entitled, “Maintaining a Safe and Reliable Electrical System. One of our members lodged his adamant...

Thanks to all of our IAEI Volunteers

It’s that time of the year when our Sections start planning for the fall IAEI Section meetings. Committees at both the Section and host...

New UL Field Evaluation Mark

Question Why is UL introducing a new Field Evaluation Label? Answer The present UL Field Evaluated Product Label has been in use for more than 20 years...
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