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#182093 - 11/17/08 06:48 PM Hazard. Location study guides
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Anyone know of any good Hazard. Location literature out there, besides NEC art. 500? Would like to know alot more about class I,II,III, but not having much luck finding anything.

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#182121 - 11/18/08 08:08 PM Re: Hazard. Location study guides [Re: Up2code]
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NEC Handbook is more descriptive then NEC text. Also, many manufacturers have Classified detailed catalogs. (Crouse Hinds is one) Another source would be NFPA.
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#182251 - 11/21/08 07:44 PM Re: Hazard. Location study guides [Re: Up2code]
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http://www.bookmarki.com/SearchResults.asp?Search=hazardous+locations

It is not supposed to be available until December 08, but when I worked in the chemical plant I had an NFPA standard pertaining to Hazardous Locations.

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#182538 - 11/30/08 06:31 PM Re: Hazard. Location study guides [Re: Redsy]
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Thanks for info. Determined to master the subject, or at least try.

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