Books Name: NFPA 70®: National Electrical Code® (NEC®), 2014 Edition
Author: National Fire Protection Association( NFPA) and National Electrical Committee (NEC)
Edition: 2014, 1st edition
Why You Need to Have NFPA 70®: National Electrical Code® (NEC®)?
If you are a practicing electrical engineer or fire fighting engineer, you should know National Fire Fighting Association (NFPA) and National Electrical Committee (NEC) of United States of America are very concerned about maintaining proper practice of codes produced by them so that every structure or industry become sure to have proper electrical and fire fighting technologies. In this regard, National Fire Fighting Association and National Electrical Committee have jointly worked for a fire fighting code and this code is named as NFPA 70®: National Electrical Code® (NEC®).
The 2014 edition of National Fire Fighting Code is totally new in many features and contains many new code of conduct that you must follow in your electrical installation. The requirements are mandatory to follow in each and every case you install any electrical equipment items or during wiring of your house, factories and industries. Therefore, you need to have a concise and clear idea of National Electrical Code 2014.
The requirements of National Electrical Code and National Fire Fighting Code are included in this book after reviewing by many professionals in the respective field. By following you can be assured that, you are following the world’s best electrical code.
This book is well written to be followed both in the classroom and also in the field. In 2014 edition new texts and many new methods has been included to give you a clear idea about electrical wiring and latest technologies.
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