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Hazardous Locations

Hazardous Locations "The Pictorial Workbook of the Code" is an excellent study guide for apprentices, electricians, inspectors, technical schools and even for the electrical engineer that had zero hours of Code study at the University.

Once the area has been classified, the Code states what electrical equipment and wiring methods are the minimum required in the area of classification.

Hazardous Locations is a workbook requiring the student to use the National Electrical Code book in answering the questions from each Article. A final exam is included on all the Articles.

Explosion proof equipment is expensive more so than the nonhazardous electrical equipment. Careful attention should be made to locate much of the equipment in a less hazardous area, thus reducing the amount of special equipment required. The larger the equipment, the less likely explosionproof equipment will be available. Motors and generators suitable for Group C locations are quite limited in availability.

After installation, routine maintenance is still needed, mainly because many hazardous locations are also corrosive locations.

The weakest link in the total system can undermine the effectiveness of the best individual components.

The quality of American life depends upon the safety and effectiveness of electrical application.

If you're wiring gas stations, hospitals, nursing homes, paint spraying facilities or other classified locations you need this workbook of pictures!

Item #245 - Hazardous Locations

Now you can see the Code in pictures of the Electrician's
everyday applications. Over 120 questions with answers
and Code references included.

Price: $29.00

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