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  • Temporary Power – Lighting

    If you've worked around any new construction or remodeling projects, you've used temporary lighting. You need to see adequately to get the job done properly. That's a given. When emergency repairs are performed, choosing the correct temporary light becomes crucial.

    However, even though the lighting is temporary, it must be safe to use. And, yes, OSHA has regulations concerning the use of temporary lighting, right down to its construction.

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  • Temporary Power – Take it Seriously

    No matter what the industry, temporary power is usually necessary. In any industry where changes, modifications, or new construction is required, temporary electrical power is used to get the job done.

    However, temporary doesn’t mean that regulatory requirements go out the window.

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  • Electrical Contractors Finish Hollywood Park Casino On Time, Under Budget, with Orbit Industries’ Recessed Light Adapter Plates

    Inglewood, CA - The 11-acre Hollywood Park Casino re-opened its doors to an expectant community in October 2016. The multi-million dollar renovation project expanded on the existing card club. It also added a brand new retail center and a 300-room 4-star hotel. It is the first of many developments surrounding the future $1.86 billion Los Angeles Rams stadium.

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  • Sharp, Safe, Efficient, and Easy-to-Use Cutting Tools Are Critical on the Job

    In the past year, Klein Tools has introduce several new cutting tool products and advancements.

    First, the company announced an electrician’s pocket knife with three everyday tools in one regular-sized handle. The company’s new knife includes a full-size fine edge drop-point 440A stainless steel blade, a versatile #2 Phillips-head screwdriver that folds into the handle and three wire-stripping notches on the back of the blade.

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  • Being Selective When Talking About Coordination

    Ensuring a minor branch-circuit electrical fault doesn’t travel any farther upstream is a goal of any electrical designer’s plans. However, in some settings, isolating such problems is especially critical. This is why the National Electrical Code (NEC) has paid a great deal of attention to the specification of appropriate fuses and/or circuit breakers to achieve “selective coordination” over the years.

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  • Klein Tools Enhances Voltage Testers Line with Two New Testers

    The company’s new ET60 voltage tester requires no batteries as it measures AC/DC voltage up to 600V in electrical circuits, outlets, light fixtures and anywhere else AC/DC voltage testing is required.

    Klein Tools’ ET250 voltage and continuity tester incorporates an LCD display, measures AC/DC voltage up to 600V and can also test GFCI protected circuits.

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