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zhangya
Hello, everyone! We have three substaitions and each substaion have mutiple electrical distributions stored in every container, now, we need to arrange the electrical containers in the ground plan, please see the attachement, what gap should be remained among them, does anyone konw  which NFPA codes should be followed! Thanks a lot!
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felixprbase
Has OSHA adopted 70E as part the regulation? My understanding is that OSHA use 70E as their reference for enforcement. How to be safe.
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japagley
I wanted to share this great resource: https://docspace.io. You can mobilize your NFPA 25 eform so you can fill out the NFPA 25 form on your smartphone or tablet. It even adds additional functionality to it (ie: capturing deficiencies, adding photos, e-signatures, etc.) You can also invite your team to join.   NFPA 25 form for
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lorainejulio81
Good afternoon, I would like to know if there exists a code, law, or rule that indicates it is mandatory to do electrical safety inspections periodically, at existing buildings and homes in order to avoid home fires. Thanks in advance.   Cordially,   Loraine
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apurvadave
I have permanent decorative fountain in ground for aesthetic purpose that does not have water common to pool. I see that per Part V NEC 2014 Section 680.50, Part II which include equipotential bonding only applies if the fountain share water common to pool. This means decorative fountain in ground for aesthetic purpose that does not have water
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