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Exposure to electrical equipment carries risk, whether at installation, inspection, maintenance, repair, upgrade, or replacement. The most obvious hazards are death or injury from electrical burns, shocks, arc flash, fires, and explosions, but electr\n \n
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How well do you know the Code? Think you can spot violations the original installer either ignored or couldn’t identify? Here’s your chance to moonlight as an electrical inspector and second-guess someone else’s work from the safety of your living ro\n \n
Upgrading and modernizing the U.S. electrical grids continues to be a hot issue both for the amount of work being done and concerns that infrastructure isn’t being upgrade quickly enough. The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), Ross\n \n
Data centers have always been big business for electrical contractors and design firms. The good times should keep on rolling in 2019.\n \n
Recent study takes inside look at the connection between an electrician’s job price and job cancellation rate.\n \n
Keeping up with the latest new product and technological advancements in the electrical industry is hard enough; add in the challenge of staying on top of evolving technologies that have already penetrated other markets but could potentially affect o\n \n
All references are based on the 2017 edition of the NEC.\nSalty Air Safety Concerns\nI spotted this disappearing cover while walking along the sidewalk near a marina. The combination of salty air, moisture, and other harsh environmental conditions typi\n \n
As turbines begin to turn at the world’s largest offshore wind generation facility in Europe, the United States is preparing for a gust of growth.\n \n
As augmented and virtual reality technologies mature, industrial operations and maintenance applications stand to benefit, including some specific electrical scenarios.\n \n