Thanks for your reply. Please find the attachment as you asked for it in your email. These are the multupurpose sockets.Your reply will be highly appreciated.
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Thanks for the clarifications. Where are you located?
This is for Aga Khan Hospital in Karachi, Pakistan.
Thanks. We really don't see that here in the U.S. I think there are other codes and laws where you are, that must be followed. But unfortunately, I don't know what they are. Maybe someone else can chime in that is nearer to you.
We follow NFPA-70 (NEC) in AGA Khan Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan. I want to ask if NEC allows these sockets in a private room in Hospital. Please reply.
I think your question may be too general for anyone to answer. Take a look at 517.18(B) and 517.19(B)(2). There is nothing I can see from the information you gave us to tell me that these receptacles are listed as "hospital grade." I'm not familiar with the equipment you have there, or what you want to use these for. They are made to comply with IEC884 which, when I research it, is just basic household receptacles. So I'm inclined to say no, you cannot use them. That is my educated guess.
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