November 2013: Tools and Equipment

 

As the economic recovery continues and the construction market picks up, electrical contractors will

On the job site, it’s always been about having the right tools and equipment.

No data communications project is complete until multiple tests confirm that it will meet the networ

One of Mayfair Mall's two identical vintage 1957 Allis Chalmers 1,200A, 35-kV oil circuit breakers.

The mall’s electrical service, located in the basement and installed in 1957, was graded as heavy in

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), also known as the Affordable Care Act (ACA)

“Warehouse lighting projects are always financially driven,” said Brandon North, 
service manager, C

This article is a continuation of a concise and complete review of some of the more significant chan

Coast Products' 309-lumen HL27 LED headlamp has an expandable Z cord in the headband with a battery pack built into the light.

Who doesn’t like gadgets?


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November 2013
daylight harvesting control systems have become a common feature in green buildings, and with ASHRAE/IES 90.1 2010 now the baseline energy design standard, it also is expected READ MORE
November 2013
The runaway success of PC sales in the 1980s led to the development of today’s computer networks, what we now call local area networks (LANs) or enterprise networks. READ MORE
November 2013
“Warehouse lighting projects are always financially driven,” said Brandon North, 
service manager, Commonwealth Electric Co., an electrical contractor with offices in Nebraska READ MORE
GFCI protection at in-ground swimming pool

November 2013
Charlie Trout, author of Code FAQs and Code Question of the Day, has retired. 
For the rest of 2013, enjoy these snippets from his daily responses.
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November 2013
In the last two columns, you learned how to calculate the return on your investment in human capital and what factors contribute to a successful hiring process. READ MORE

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