April Issue 2001

 


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| April 2001
370-28(a)(2) Angle Pulls

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| April 2001
Adverse events that cannot be blamed on the parties can, and do, occur on construction projects.

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| April 2001
With the growing reports of energy demand exceeding supply, the attractiveness of energy conservation devices has begun to resurface.

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| April 2001
Historically, a crimp connector that ties two electric lines together is typically secured by a manually operated crimper—with or without hydraulic assist.

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| April 2001
Unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cabling is solidifying its position as the most common medium for bringing data and telephone connections to the desktop.

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