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#48443 - 02/11/05 03:04 PM Handbook of Interior wiring Design
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Loc: Hayward, CA
Anybody remember the Handbook of Interior Wiring Design? They were floor plans showing "up-to-date" wiring. When the NEC finally cauaght up, they were no more.
When were they published, how were they distributed, when did they start and stop?
I believe it was an industry-wide effort - Utilities, NEMA, NECA, etc. Any info. will be appreciated. Creighton.

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#48444 - 02/12/05 07:31 AM Re: Handbook of Interior wiring Design
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I have a copy of "Handbook of practical electrical design" by Joseph & Brian McPartland second edition.Anything in particular?

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#48445 - 02/13/05 07:54 AM Re: Handbook of Interior wiring Design
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Thanks, but the one I am looking for was Utility sponsored in order to build load during the '40s and maybe '50s. OLther industry cooperation promoted adequate wiring and safety in dwelling wiring. Creighton

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