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#101883 - 12/11/03 03:50 PM Canadian Electrical Code Part 1 proposed Revisions
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This is your chance to comment on Canadian Electrical Code Part 1 proposed revisions and interpretation issues (subjects) for the 2006' code cycle.

The Part 1 committee refers to each proposed revisions or interpretations as "subjects". Each subject is assigned a subject number e.g. "Subject No.2852". When I receive a Subject I will forward each as an "Adobe Acrobat PDF file".

Please reply with comments regarding the attached Part 1 Subject by December 31st. 2003 '. When replying please indicate agreement or disagreement with the Sub-committee's recommendation

All comments I receive will be forwarded to the Part 1 Committee

Tony Moscioni
Electrical Inspector
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Subject 2897-38

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#101884 - 01/14/04 12:35 PM Re: Canadian Electrical Code Part 1 proposed Revisions
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Let me think

One of the major issues that should be addressed deals with 28-110 (2)(a) and (b).

It is my understanding that this rule was originally designed for the installation of fire protection systems that wanted to keep a system on line during a fire(sic) that may cause a fuse or breaker to trip in a circumstance.

Now it is used across the spectrum as a "design standard".

Once when I wrote an article for an electrical paper I indicated that "....the code should not be considered a design manual. It is in reality the minimum accepted

A well..............that was then this is now......... al


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