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National Electrical Installation Standards are the first quality standards for electrical construction, developed by the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA), in partnership with several industry organizations, to clearly define the actions needed to perform an installation in a “neat and workmanlike manner”, as often referenced in the NEC.
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This Standard describes practices for Installing, testing, and maintaining fire alarm systems. These job practices represent a minimum level of quality for fire alarm system installations.
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When installing conduit pipe into a wall strut does the clamp holding the conduit have to have a certain strength? the clamps are very thick steel and I am wondering if there is a load weight or strength requirement. Hope this makes sense.
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