- Paperback: 910 pages
- Publisher: National Fire Protection Association; 1 edition (October 2, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1455906727
- ISBN-13: 978-1455906727
- Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 1.2 x 10.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.7 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 465 customer reviews
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I recommend starting with Article 250, Grounding and Bonding, to discover and share your true feelings about electrical energy...safely.
Passages like Article 250.28(D)(2) will put you both in the mood: "Where a service consists of more than a single enclosure as permitted in 230.71(A), the main bonding jumper for each enclosure shall be sized in accordance with 250.28(D)(1) based on the largest ungrounded service conductor serving that enclosure." Yeah, baby....
And then when she reads the racy intro to Article 250.119 aloud to you, you'll know how the night is going to end up: "Unless required elsewhere in this Code, equipment grounding conductors shall be permitted to be bare, covered or insulated." Might as well get the wire strippers out right now....
And, if your relationship doesn't quite work out, you'll know it when she rips out Article 376-Metal Wireways, highlights 376.58 and sticks it to your fridge: "376.58 Dead Ends. Dead ends of metal wireways shall be closed."
Seriously though, if you are an electrician of any sort you have to buy this book when each new one comes out, you have no choice as the online versions are awful to use. The looseleaf format is GREAT as the pages lay flat open. The paper is very thin, otherwise it would be too heavy and bulky, so you might as well stock up on hole punch reinforcing stickers now, even though it's a 5-ring binder. And I highly recommend the aftermarket tabbed dividers to cut down on page flipping.
New trainees will also benefit from this product because all information in this volume are guide lines to all ethical electrical work to be done on site. During my training, this is my go to book and still remains my favorite Electrical knowledge base. Today am well read because professionals are sharing their knowledge and experiences with me through a well thought out printed book. Highly recommend this professional publication for all levels of Electricians and new to the field.
Remember after studying, memorizing, and internalizing the material-- supplement your professional career with Electro-Mechanical knowledge, HVAC knowledge, CNC Mechanical Setup knowledge, Electric Motor Controls, and Open Source Programming to remedy any problem the support professional may experience. Embedded "logic" is becoming the standard today as more and more of the industries progress to "automated controls". Hence the encouragement to (fear naught) and continue post academic education to prepare for the "new" technologies that is arriving fast. May your efforts at excellence be fruitful.
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