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Whether you are striving to get your next level Electrical License in Michigan, looking for a Code Update Class to keep your Michigan License valid or trying to protect your employees from injury when working in front of live electrical equipment, we have you covered. 

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When bonding the residential furnace gas piping, the electrician has an important termination to make at the furnace disconnect location.  At this location, the snap switch is required by the MRC and the NEC to have the equipment grounding conductor terminated to the switch grounding terminal. When and if this is done properly, an Inspector usually will be satisfied that the gas piping has been properly bonded.

 

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I hope all is well with your business and/or your career.  I started my career back in 7th grade, working with my father who was an Electrical Contractor.  I have realized that the electrical field is vast and working with so many of you has been very rewarding. I have enjoyed working my way up to a Master Electrician and now a retired Electrical Inspector. I have been blessed to be able to work with so many Michigan Contractors and Industrial Companies in Michigan, and now in my semi -retirement, I get to balance my Electrical Training with our love for the outdoors. My Wife and I love the outdoors and enjoy sharing some of the beauty with you on this site.

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Ronald Deering CESCP

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Sometimes we work a little too quickly when terminating overcurrent devices. You will notice the conductor in our photo that is not seated properly in the breaker terminal.  This would be a violation of NEC 110.3 (B) which notes that the Manufacturer’s recommendations have not been followed.  This becomes a hot point and a future failure of the device.

 

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