Nov 7, 2013 | Electrical Construction and Maintenance
In this episode, Russ stumbles upon a flexible cord being used in place of a permanent wiring method. This is a violation of 400.8(2).
- 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Russ LeBlanc
- Code Q&A: Use of Flexible Cords
- Moving Violations 1
- Flexible Cords Used in Class I Locations
- NEC TIAs under discussion. The first TIA (from William V. Scerbo, Remington Products) suggests a new section be added to Art. 422 that would limit handheld hair dryers to 12A if using a 15A cord cap, and to 16A if using a 20A cord cap. Scerbo notes that