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National Electrical Code 2011 Pocket Guide for Commercial and Industrial Electrical Installations
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The official source for the NEC 2011 is here, and it's packed with the most up-to-date, reliable information you need for safe, accurate, and efficient installations. Packaged in a handy, pocket-sized format, the NEC 2011 Pocket Guide for Commercial and Industrial Electrical Installations is a must-have resource that offers guidelines and installation rules for commercial and industrial occupancies. Whether working in an office, a factory, or a warehouse, electrical installers will find that they can save time and improve their accuracy with the quick, concise reference material found in this book. Store it in a toolbox, a glove compartment, or even a pocket - and you'll always have the code requirements you need, whenever you need them. Check out our app, DEWALT Mobile Pro™. This free app is a construction calculator with integrated reference materials and access to hundreds of additional calculations as add-ons. To learn more, visit dewalt.com/mobilepro.
Updated with the most current and reliable information, this pocket guide is the official source for the National Electrical Code? 2008 installation rules for commercial and industrial occupancies. From offices and corporate buildings to factories and warehouses, commercial and industrial electrical installations have numerous requirements to be safe, accurate, and efficient. The National Electrical Code? 2008 Pocket Guide to Commercial and Industrial Electrical Installations will save electrical installers time and improve their accuracy by presenting and explaining critical information from the 2008 National Electrical Code? in this handy reference. With a compact size that makes it ideal for storage in a toolbox, glove compartment, or even a pocket; and a straightforward approach, you can reference the code requirements easily wherever and whenever you need them.
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