But is the information contained in the Canadian Electrical Code enough for our purposes – or do we need to look further afield to find out more?
In similar fashion, without electrical inspectors enforcing the electrical code, many will not follow those established rules.
Electrical inspectors involved with aerial high voltage facilities frequently have to determine whether electrical conductors are in compliance with the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC).
This article will focus on ground-fault circuit-interrupter (GFCI) protection for persons and ground-fault protection of electrical equipment (GFP).
What are the guidelines for determining whether or not a person is a good electrical inspector? Qualifications for becoming an electrical inspector vary greatly.
The 1998 Canadian Electrical Code has made some more changes in the rules for underground conductor ampacities.
Excerpted from the revised 4th edition of One- and Two-Family Electrical Systems, this article looks at the 1999 Code changes that affect air conditioning and heat pump equipment.
Originating at the front area of a log home directly above the front port at the roof level, the fire traveled upwards along the frame of the roof line resulting in significant fire damage.