Appleton Publishes 2008 NEC Code Review

Appleton recently published its NEC 2008 Code Review to assist electricians, engineers, and inspectors in interpreting the updated requirements of Article 500-516 outlining design and installation requirements for electrical equipment in classified locations.

Rosemont, Ill.-based Appleton recently published its NEC 2008 Code Review to assist electricians, engineers, and inspectors in interpreting the updated requirements of Article 500-516 outlining design and installation requirements for electrical equipment in classified locations. An essential read for professionals specifying equipment in areas such as petrochemical plants, oil refineries, utilities, and mines, the Appleton NEC 2008 Code Review contains the full text of the articles along with color-coded commentary to help facilities avoid violations, keep installations safe, and comply efficiently.

Appleton is a premium line of hazardous location products under the EGS Electrical Group family of brands.

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