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National Electrical Code (NEC) 2005 Pocket Guide to Commercial and Industrial Electrical Installations, Volume 2by NFPA
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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.
Gain fast, easy access to the NEC rules you need for industrial jobs! Put the 2005 NEC into your pocket with this compact field guide providing select Code requirements for general commercial and industrial work. Relevant rules are organized exactly the way they're encountered during an installation, with chapter introductions offering tips on NEC use. You'll have up-to-date requirements at your fingertips for the correct installation of: Services, boxes and enclosures Cables Generators Transformers Emergency systems
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National Fire Protection Association, Quincy, Massachusetts
Table of Contents
Preface. Chapter 1 Introduction to the National Electrical Code. Chapter 2 General Installation Requirements. Chapter 3 Temporary Wiring. Chapter 4 Branch-Circuit, Feeder and Service Calculations. Chapter 5 Services. Chapter 6 Feeders. Chapter 7 Switchboards, Panelboards, and Disconnects. Chapter 8 Overcurrent Protection. Chapter 9 Grounded (Neutral) Conductors. Chapter 10 Grounding. Chapter 11 Boxes and Enclosures. Chapter 12 Cables. Chapter 13 Raceways. Chapter 14 Wiring Methods and Conductors. Chapter 15 Branch Circuits. Chapter 16 Receptacle Provisions. Chapter 17 Switches. Chapter 18 Lighting Requirements. Chapter 19 Motors, Motor Circuit, and Controllers. Chapter 20 Air-Conditioning and Refrigerating Equipment. Chapter 21 Generators. Chapter 22 Transformers. Chapter 23 Swimming Pools, Fountains, and Similar Installations. Chapter 24 Emergency Systems. Chapter 25 Conduit and Tubing Fill Tables.
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