1999 National Electrical Code!

NFPA's 1999 National Electrical Code
the authority on safe electrical installations in a convenient, user-friendly format!
     To access the electrical techniques and technologies that will take you into the 21st century, you need the 1999 edition of the National Electrical Code! Widely regarded as the "bible" of the electrical industry, the NEC' is your comprehensive source for up-to-date and reliable safety requirements for all types of electrical installations.
 
 
    The 1999 edition offers improved, user-friendly text was developed based on comments from users like you!
     Turning to seasoned NEC users for guidance, NFPA's newly formed NEC Task Group on Usability reorganized articles and reviewed the Code from cover to cover. The result is a time- and effort-saving new format featuring a larger size with more readable type ... and a Code edition that makes vital guidelines much easier to understand, teach, and apply.
     Major revisions to key NEC articles reward 1999 Code users with valuable advantages!
     Focusing on articles that receive the heaviest use, the Task Group improved large sections of the Code, including...
  • Article 240, Overcurrent Protection. A helpful new Part H has been added to facilitate your work in complex industrial installations. 
  • Article 250, Grounding and Bonding. Rewritten and reorganized for ease of use, this all-important article now has clarified text and a more comprehensible layout. 
  • Article 310, Conductors for General Wiring. Notes to tables have been incorporated into the body of the Code, so you'll find information where you need it most.
  • Article 505, Hazardous (Classified) Locations, has been expanded for greater use in the U.S. and abroad.
  • Article 640, Sound Systems, has been completely rewritten with the expanded rules you need for today's technology.
     Just a few of the improvements that will impact your work . . .
    Bigger, 8 1/2" x 11" Codebook is easier to handle ... plus it boasts more legible type!
    New streamlined design features expanded tables and charts so you can take in more information at just a glance!
    Article 240, Overcurrent Protection, includes new information that makes compliance easier for complex industrial installations.
    Article 250, Grounding and Bonding, is completely reorganized based on user suggestions ... and includes a helpful cross reference to the 1996 NEC section numbers!
    An all-new Article 830, Broadband Communications Systems, has been added to cover advanced telecommunications installations.
    Plus, requirements for high voltage installations now appear in general articles in Chapters 1-4. There's a ground-breaking article on advanced telecommunications installations. And all examples can be found in new Appendix D.
    Every page is organized with your needs in mind!
     Format changes you'll welcome every day on the job include a visually streamlined layout that will help you pinpoint information. Expanded tables will speed your reference time and wider margins offer more space for your notations.
     If you have a career in the electrical industry, the NEC is the most important document you can buy!
     It's essential for electricians ... engineers ... architects ... fire service professionals ... safety officials ... and anyone whose work involves electrical design, installation, identification, or inspection. Many states, cities, and jurisdictions worldwide have adopted the NEC as law. Make sure you're up to Code with this enhanced edition! (Approx. 600 pp., 1999)

1999 National Electrical Code Book (Softbound) - $82.50

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