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ISBN:0071443401
Author: Brian McPartland,Joseph McPartland
ISBN13: 978-0071443401
Title: National Electrical Code Handbook (McGraw-Hill's National Electrical Code Handbook)
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Language: English
Category: Engineering
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional; 25 edition (April 26, 2005)
Pages: 1360

National Electrical Code Handbook (McGraw-Hill's National Electrical Code Handbook) by Brian McPartland,Joseph McPartland



Brian J. McPartland Joseph F. McPartland and. Frederic P. Hartwell National Fire Protection Association, NFPA, National Electrical Code, NEC, NFPA 70, and NFPA 70E are registered trademarks of the National Fire Protection Association. All NFPA trademarks are the official property of the National Fire Protection Association. The Code rules are referenced by section numbers (. Cord- and PlugConnected Equipment.

by: Frederic P. Hartwell, Joseph F. McPartland, Brian J. McPartland. In-depth coverage of the background and rationale for specific Code rules enhances your understanding of the meaning and application of those rules. Designed as a must-have companion to the 2014 NEC® book published by the National Fire Protection Association, this comprehensive volume features more than 1,000 detailed diagrams and photos. The authoritative information and insight contained in this on-the-job reference will help your work pass inspection the first time.

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Frederic P. Hartwell is a working electrician, President of Hartwell Electrical Services, In. and has been certified by the International Association of Electrical Inspectors as a Certified Master Electrical Inspector. McGraw-Hill's National Electrical Code® 2008 Handbook is not affiliated with, authorized, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with the National Fire Protection Association. Simultaneous Device Usage: Up to 4 simultaneous devices, per publisher limits.

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by Frederic P. Co-author and working electrician, Frederic P. Hartwell, who has participated in the NEC process for almost thirty years, describes problems and difficulties in NEC provisions from an unbiased and practical perspective.

No wonder it's been the leading reference on the NEC(R) for more than 70 years! Completely updated to reflect the 2005 National Electrical Code(R) this is the most frequently consulted NEC(R) guidebook in the world - an indispensable, authoritative source of Code(R) how-to's, interpretation, and advice. Step-by-step advice on all troublesome and controversial sections of the Code(R)

Thisbook was highly recommended: McGraw-Hill's National Electrical Code2011 Handbook.

Designed as a must-have companion to the 2014 NEC book published by the National Fire Protection Association, this comprehensive volume features more than 1,000 detailed diagrams and photos.

The National Electrical Code® is an internationally accepted safety code for electrical and power wiring. It specifies the minimum provisions necessary for protecting people and property from hazards arising from the use of electricity and electrical equipment. Anyone involved in any phase of the electrical industry must be aware of how to use and apply the Code on the job. It undergoes a rigorous review and revision process every 3 years by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). This book is a trusted resource for understanding and applying the Code®.
Reviews: 7
Quttaro
As expected.
Tiainar
IT was a great find and the price was excellent for the code book. I would definitely recommend this handbook!
Yayrel
It is an excellent handbook not only for electricians but also for general construction professionals to understand electrical codes.
Lo◘Ve
You never stop learning something new about the electrical code. Right when you think you know it all, thy change it or add something to it or change the interpation. This keeps you on your toes [[ASIN:0071443401 National Electrical Code Handbook (Mcgraw Hill's National Electrical Code Handbook)
mr.Mine
One of the best books on the NEC. However I think figures should be better drawn. This would make the book more attractive to first time readers. One of the best things is that it explains the whys of many topics of the NEC.
AfinaS
The single most important reference in the electrical industry, the National Electrical Code (NEC), is updated every three years and outlines minimum standards for all types of electrical installations.

This book is loaded with solutions designed to provide better safeguards, add greater usability, and bring provisions in line with technology trends. Absolutely a must for anyone involved in electrical design, installation, or inspection, the 2005 NEC provides 100% of the information needed to meet Code® and avoid costly errors in electrical installations of all types.

Every three years the National Electrical Code® is significantly revised to keep pace with technology and enhance protection against electrical fire and shock hazards. This is an valuable reference to help you get in position to advance your knowledge and be prepared with the newest codes.

This book is like an annotated version of the NEC 2005.
Fecage
I have always found McPartland's handbook the only one worth having. The handbooks published by NFPA are in my opinion worthless because they are written for people with limited intelligence. The NFPA handbook really just states the obvious.
McPartland's book has always been good because he goes into the background to explain why the crazy things are in the NEC to begin with along with all of the nuances necessary for interpretations. When he retired from EC&M magazine that publication went down hill and I don't even read it anymore. Joe was the backbone of that pub. I've been in this business as an engineer since 1971. My first McPartland book was his 17th edition that covered the 1981 NEC.
The Mcgraw NEC Handbook is as good or better than the NFPA book. Easy to use and understand.