2017 NEC - National Electrical Code, Loose Leaf
The National Electrical Code is one of the most widely used codes in the United States, and the 2017 National Electrical Code Loose Leaf brings all of the new updates and changes to you in an easy to use and transport loose-leaf form. Since its commencement in 1897, the NEC has provided the standard for electrical safety in residential, commercial, and industrial occupancies. With each new edition careful consideration is taken to make sure and include code changes and new materials that are relevant to the trade. To bring to light the 2017 edition there were more than 1,500 comments and 4,000 public inputs taken into consideration. This book is published for the electrical trade, by the electrical trade.
Some of the newer additions included in the 2017 edition are chapters that outline the specifications that address the advancement of solar power distribution equipment, whether wind or solar. The chapters cover the role of the consumer and how it affects energy decentralization and also covers how this affects the designers, engineers, AHJs, and contractors.
Other new changes to some of the other codes in the 2017 edition include different labeling for equipment, new minimum space clearances for different equipment installation and a change in the provisions for AFCI and GFCI protection. All of these changes and additions are made for the safety of your company, you, and your customers. When starting your next job make sure you start it with a copy of the 2017 National Electrical Code in your hand. These are the latest codes and standards pertaining to everything from home and structures to utility equipment and power generation systems.
Table of Contents
- Wiring and Protection
- Wiring Methods and Materials
- Equipment for General use
- Special Occupancies
- Special Equipment
- Special Conditions
- Communications Systems