Tuesday, September 26, 2017
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The basics of arc flash mitigation
The basics of arc flash mitigation

Electrical engineers must understand the codes, standards, and design requirements when engineering for arc flash mitigation. Read More

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Developing a circuit schedule
Developing a circuit schedule

Circuit protection, as defined by NFPA 70: National Electrical Code, can be interpreted in many ways, depending on building load and use. Electrical engineers should design a circuit schedule that... Read More

Global M&A activity holds steady as domestic M&A falls
Global M&A activity holds steady as domestic M&A falls

More mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP), and fire protection engineering firms are acquiring while other engineering sectors slow deal-making activities.Read More

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The art of designing sports, entertainment, and specialty structures
The art of designing sports, entertainment, and specialty structures

Entertainment venues are big businesses—and big on complexity, with a host of complex systems and requirements for engineers to tackle. Read More

Understanding overcurrent protection
Understanding overcurrent protection

Electrical engineers can use this guide to understand NFPA 70: National Electrical Code requirements for overcurrent protection.Read More

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Digital Edition
Did you know a digital version of the magazine is released every month? It is easily viewed from your desktop or tablet device. The September issue of Consulting-Specifying Engineer includes stories on building integration and piping, pumping systems.
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Fire and life safety: Specifying fire detection and notification systems
Fire detection and notification systems are specified for the safety of the building’s occupants in the event of a fire. Fire and life safety systems need to be specified, installed, commissioned, and maintained, depending on each building type and location. Codes and standards, including the International Fire Code and various NFPA standards, provide design and installation provisions for fire detection and notification systems in the event of a fire or other emergency event.

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Addressable control panel for fire suppression systems
Addressable control panel for fire suppression systems

Johnson Controls' AUTOPULSE Z-20 addressable control panel features templates designed to simplify... Read More

Air venting valves
Air venting valves

Manual and automatic air venting valves from AGF Manufacturing Inc. are designed to work alone or... Read More

Nitrogen generators
Nitrogen generators

Potter’s IntelliGen Series of Nitrogen Generators are designed to generate on-site, 98%+ purity... Read More

Innovative groove system for piping
Innovative groove system for piping

Victaulic has launched its FireLock Innovative Groove System (IGS) for 1-in. fire protection piping.Read More

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