August Issue 2001

 


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| August 2001
In February 1980, a 12-year-old boy climbed past a vent through a duct leading into an indoor transformer vault, which was installed in an apartment house basement in Ontario,

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| August 2001
The term “Bonding” is defined in Article 100 of the National Electrical Code (NEC) as the permanent joining of metallic parts to form an electrically conductive path that will

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| August 2001
E-commerce isn’t dead, it’s gone underground. Here’s a look at how some larger electrical distributors are working with contractors—far from the glare of the spotlight.

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| August 2001
Last month we discussedSection 240-21 tap rules, and the effectiveness of the overcurrent protection for the tapped conductors. Sec. 240-21(b)(4) Taps Over 25 ft.

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| August 2001
If you own an electrical contracting firm, the odds are, you haven’t created a succession plan. Consider this: You have invested years in building a successful business.

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