McGraw-Hill's National Electrical Code Handbook
The best-selling handbook that explains and clarifies the National Electrical Code. This edition is based on the 1999 Code. The National Fire Protection Association revises and publishes the Code every 3 years.
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Article Page 90 Introduction
Requirements for Electrical Installations
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