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Interpreting NFPA 72
Interpreting NFPA 72

Engineers must understand how NFPA 72-2013 can be specified into commercial buildings. While the 2010 edition is just being put into practice in many jurisdictions, the changes to the 2013 code should be noted.Read More

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Learning objective: Designing K-12 schools
Learning objective: Designing K-12 schools

In K-12 schools, technological advancements, code requirements, and other demands placed on engineers are consistently increasing, while limitations like budget restraints remain a challenge.Read More

Integration: BIM design
Integration: BIM design

Building information modeling (BIM) is used frequently when working across multiple disciplines, including mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering, and also with other... Read More

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Register for the premier event in fire and life safety in Chicago, June 22-25, 2015. Learn about products. Meet experts. Choose sessions. Earn CEUs.
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Is an international assignment right for you?
Is an international assignment right for you?

Consider these 5 questions if you’d like to work abroad. Read More

Key political trends in green building
Key political trends in green building

Green building continues as a major push, with net-zero energy buildings at the forefront.Read More

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Electrical Systems: Arc Flash Reduction and NEC 240.87 Requirements
Arc flash hazards is a dangerous condition associated with the possible release of energy caused by an electric arc. These incidents can cause severe injury including burns, and each year impact the lives and safety of thousands of people. As awareness of arc flash hazards grows, electrical industry standards and regulations continue to evolve.

Now that the 2014 edition of NFPA 70: National Electrical Code (NEC) has been published, this will take a look at what’s new in the requirement in Section 240.87: Arc Energy Reduction. This session will focus on the requirements and intent of the code change to ensure arc flash safety in the electrical industry.

Wednesday, May 6, 2015,
at 11 a.m. PT /1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET
Sponsor: Schneider Electric
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Arc-flash relay
Arc-flash relay

AF0500 Arc-flash relay offers plug-and-play installation and fast arc detection.Read More

York LX series packaged units
York LX series packaged units

York LX Series packaged units by Johnson Controls offer a contractor-friendly design, easy... Read More

Variable speed starter
Variable speed starter

The PowerXL DE1 variable speed starter for reduced installation time, space saving design and... Read More

Electric motor for manufacturing, building maintenance
Electric motor for manufacturing, building maintenance

Digital Variable Reluctance Smart Motor brings electric motors into the 21st Century.Read More

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2015 Product of the Year Finalists
Another year of innovation and technological advancement has led up to the 11th annual Product of the Year awards. In 2015, companies submitted their new and improved products to be judged for this distinguished honor. We have the 96 finalists in each of the 13 categories.
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