January 2013: Construction Outlook

 

With doom and gloom being the predominant message regarding U.S. manufacturing these last few years,...

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The National Electrical Code requires that cabling must be removed if it isn’t properly tagged...

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| January 2013
The National Electrical Code requires that cabling must be removed if it isn’t properly tagged for future use.

| January 2013
Recently, the question arose about using cords for temporary wiring. It was interesting to watch the reaction and response.

| January 2013
In the March 2012 Electrical Contractor, I mentioned the increased number of receptacles in patient bed locations with a minimum of 14 receptacles in a Category 1 critical-car

| January 2013
Although the 2013 edition of the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code contains 15 chapters and nine annexes, I find many contractors, designers and authorities having jurisd

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| January 2013
Table 310.15(B)(16) (formerly Table 310.16) in the National Electrical Code (NEC) provides allowable ampacities for insulated conductors rated up to and including 2,000 volts

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