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philippe.laflaquiere
I have a battery system 800V with IP2X (fingerproof) connectors going out from the battery casing. For my battery disconnection operations, am I required to wear PPE ?  I would say 'no' since there are no bare energized electrical conductors (i.e. it is like disconnecting an electrical plug at home ?)
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xxxashworthxxx
I recently had an electric fire in my house that was remodeled by a licensed contractor and electrician. It turns out that he wired the new copper wire connections directly to the aluminum that makes up the wiring in my house with simple screw on wire nuts. I just wanted to make sure that this was up to code. If not, what is the proper code. Why… (Show more)
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greghaun@yahoo.com
I have a piece of commercial cooking equipment rated at 6.2 Kw @ 208V Single Phase. A 30 amp breaker is what the manufacturer is requiring be used. Questions have arose regarding the correct size breaker required to be in code compliance. The math shows the current just below 30 amps. So is it true to assume the 30 amp breaker is within compliance… (Show more)
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escherm
I run a service department that works on bakery equipment.  The machines are mainly 220 volts but some are 480 volts incoming power. We have PPE for CAT 2 (coveralls, hard hat, rubber gloves, leather gloves, face shield).  The problem we are running into is that we travel all over the country.  So flying with all of this equipment, plus tools and… (Show more)
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emtbwildfire
What are the requirement's for doing imaging.  Are they any year timeline requirements with electrical service equipment? 
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danestep1
Is NEC 610.61 crane and hoist grounding to be applied to an installation from 1997 retro-actively?
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maqsoodasif17
Is it permissible to pull the bare copper down conductor in exposed EMT conduit .
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bigwill400
  I am also looking for clarification on the employer/employee responsibility of NFPA 70E.  I have been an industrial electrician for about 14 years at a manufacturing facility.  The facility has about 29 electricians plus a handful of people that would be considered electrically qualified in their trade, ie. HVAC technician or machinery repair… (Show more)
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rhogg
In NFPA 70E 130.2(2) it states that and Electrically Safety Work Condition must be established if "The employee interacts with equipment where conductors or circuit parts are not exposed but an increased likelihood of injury from an exposure to an arc flash hazard exists."   What is meant by the phrase "increased likelihood of injury"?   Should… (Show more)
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bigwill400
 I am an electrician in a manufacturing facility.  There is a variety of electrical work that goes on here.  There is installation, troubleshooting, testing and calibrating.  I was wondering what is expected for Job Risk Assessments.  What is a safety department expected to implemented for JRA documentation and what electrical work should fall… (Show more)
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