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#4387 - 09/20/01 03:19 PM Michigan Electrical Code?
Bill Addiss Offline
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Does Michigan have it's own Electrical Code?

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Is there such thing?? I heard a rumor that the Michigan Electrical Code is no longer. Michigan is now only using the NEC. I can not find anything on this to prove the rumor true or false. Can you help? I need to help my Electrical Engineers.
Thank you for your time and advice.

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#4388 - 09/20/01 03:37 PM Re: Michigan Electrical Code?
Joe Tedesco Offline
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Hi Bill:

Look here:

http://www.cis.state.mi.us/bcc/pdf/aug01.pdf

Hal on the IAEI board may have information?

[This message has been edited by Joe Tedesco (edited 09-20-2001).]
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#4389 - 09/20/01 04:13 PM Re: Michigan Electrical Code?
Tom Offline
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Registered: 01/01/01
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Loc: Shinnston, WV USA
According to my source, Michigan uses the NEC with possible amendments.

Try this site for a state by state breakedown of licensing & code requirements. http://www.neca-neis.org/catalog/

Scroll down to "State Electrical Regulations" comes as a free PDF download.

Tom
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#4390 - 09/20/01 11:22 PM Re: Michigan Electrical Code?
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Registered: 09/04/01
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Loc: Muskegon, MI
Michigan currently uses the 1999 National Electrical code with amendments for all buildings but those covered under the Michigan (2000 international ) residential code.

One and two family dwellings are wired using the electrical provisions from the residential code.

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#4391 - 09/28/01 09:58 PM Re: Michigan Electrical Code?
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I used to live in Mich 20 years ago and don't remember anything other than the NEC.
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