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Guide to the National Electrical Code by Thomas L. Harman

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Chapter 9Installation of Utilization Equipment

ARTICLE 100 DEFINITIONS*

*References in the margins are to the specific rules and tables in the National Electrical Code.

Utilization equipment is designed to use electrical energy for heating, lighting, or other useful purposes. This chapter presents the installation rules for such equipment including appliances, heating equipment, and electric motors. The rules discussed here apply to these units when installed in typical occupancies. Any special considerations required in areas such as hazardous locations are not covered in this chapter.

Each appliance, heating unit, or motor requires a disconnecting means so that the equipment is disconnected from all ungrounded conductors when servicing is ...

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