November 2012: Tools and Equipment


The June 29, 2012, derecho storm, which traveled from the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic,...

Large corporations and general contractors have evaluated the safety programs and performance of subcontractors—including...

Are you still using spreadsheets and file folders filled with project documents to manage...

Serious concerns may remain about the U.S. economy and how economies and events in...

With lighting and communications technology evolving rapidly, lighting manufacturers are under pressure to determine...

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| November 2012
One of the first steps in performing an arc flash hazard calculation study is to request the short-circuit data from the electric utility company.

| November 2012
Since the days of thomas Edison more than a century ago, electricity has flowed through the grid in one direction.

| November 2012
With copper prices down from an all-time high, thefts have declined somewhat, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

| November 2012
If you have a problem related to the National Electrical Code (NEC), are experiencing difficulty in understanding a Code requirement, or are wondering why or if such a require

| November 2012
I’m sure you’ve heard that you need the right tool for the job, but have you ever considered that you might need the right tool for you?