The 2007 National Electrical Safety Code Handbook has major updates in the 6th Edition!
Handbook clarifies code concepts and provides insight into what lies behind the NESC’s rules and how to apply them. Explains how the 2007 code, with its many additions and revisions, differs from the 2002 version.
The 2007 Code includes changes in a great many areas, including:
- Rounding numbers found in the rules
- Metal grounding poles
- Starting voltages and clearances
- Grounding and insulation for guys
- Clearances between transmission lines
- Multiplex cable attachment to neutral brackets
- Loading due to freezing rain and wind
- Fiber-reinforced polymer elements
- Worker loads
- Equipment bonding
- Arc exposure analysis
- Antenna radiation exposure limits
The 2007 National Electrical Safety Code Handbook also contains new appendices on loading and conductor movement, extreme wind loading, and maximum over-voltage at a work site. 686 pp.