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Know the intent, changes of NFPA 99-2012
Know the intent, changes of NFPA 99-2012

NFPA 99: Health Care Facilities Code was completely overhauled and rewritten from the 2005 edition to the 2012 edition and was changed from a “standard” to a ”code.”Read More

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LED retrofit codes, standards
LED retrofit codes, standards

Clients are asking lighting designers to help them save on energy costs. Replacing fluorescent, HID, or other lights with LEDs is in high demand. Read More

How will you meet new code requirements for arc reduction?: Q&A Session
How will you meet new code requirements for arc reduction?: Q&A Session

Arc flash incidents occur all too often and impact many lives. To address the problem in the industry, NEC 240.87 was developed to ensure arc flash safety in the electrical industry. Three industry... Read More

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Criteria for selecting arc flash protection techniques, Part 3
Criteria for selecting arc flash protection techniques, Part 3

A variety of arc flash mitigation systems and active arc flash resistant switchgear are available to boost protection against arc flash incident energy.Read More

2014 40 Under 40 winners
2014 40 Under 40 winners

The seventh annual 40 Under 40 award winners are a dynamic bunch with the future of the industry in their sights.Read More

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