Generators and Emergency Power 2017NEWSchool/Trainer:Dulles, Laurel, United States
Course format: Classroom
This 10 Hour course on Generators and Emergency Power is approved for CEUs in the State of Maryland, Delaware and Virginia. Purpose Of Seminar: In today&,#146,s world, reliable power is required in many buildings and institutions and in many ways, is helping to drive the electrical industry. Places of business, hospitals, schools, commerce centers, mission critical facilities are demanding emergency generators to supply their emergency and standby power requirements. Even homeowners are asking for a reliable and safe solution for power needs in their own homes. This course will teach and equip the student in the National Electric Code as well as other NFPA codes that are required for emergency and standby installations and designs. Who Should Take This Course: Electrical Contractors, Electrical Estimators and Designers, Electrical Engineers, Electricians, Journeyman Electricians and other electrical professionals associated with emergency and standby generators, UPS and related systems. Course Agenda: Articles covered: 225 Outside Branch Circuits and feeders 240 Overcurrent Protection 250 Grounding and Bonding 445 Generators 517 Health Care Facilities 695 Fire Pumps 700 Emergency Systems 701 Legally Required Standby Systems 702 Optional Standby Systems Introduces Underwriters Laboratories and the impact of those standards for standby power generation: including the engine-generator set and ATS. Discusses specific NFPA standards(110, 30 &, 37)and application/installation details for health care, life safety and fire pumps.
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