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EC&M News Feed

Check out the September 2016 issue of EC&M.\n\n \n\n \n \n \n This issue features stories on motor protection pitfalls, the 2016 Top 50 Electrical Contractors special report, the 2017 truck and van preview, solving generator problems with neutral ground resistors, comparing service and a separately derived system, the National Electrical Code, Code violations, residential service secrets, new products, and more.\n\n \n \n\n\n\nPublication Info\n\n\n\n\nread more\n \n
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association revised NEMA MG 1-2016 Motors and Generators. \n\n\nread more\n \n
It is a basic NEC requirement and common-sense notion that electrical splices and terminations are to be housed in an enclosure. \n\nread more\n \n
Fluke Corp. has acquired eMaint Enterprises, LLC, a provider of computerized maintenance management software (CMMS). \n\n\nread more\n \n
Choose the appropriate high-quality wrench and align it correctly.\n\n\nread more\n \n
How well do you know the Code? Think you can spot violations the original installer either ignored or couldn’t identify? \n\n\nread more\n \n
Check out the latest Code violations\n\n\nread more\n \n
Think you know how this installation violates the NEC? \n\n\nread more\n \n
EC&M\'s September 2016 Mobile Apps and New Products Roundup include offerings from Rexel, Workrite Uniform, Barron Lighting Group\n, and more\n\nread more\n \n
It’s easier to contain dust than gas, so the requirements for Class II locations (ignitable dust) are not as rigorous as those for Class I locations (ignitable gas)\n\n\nread more\n \n