SYRACUSE, NY.—Power management company Eaton has revised its free 2014 Code Digest to provide designers and installers with a ready reference for equipment and installation requirements in hazardous locations. Available from Eaton’s Crouse-Hinds business, the 2014 Code Digest provides a compilation of key changes to articles 500 through 516 of the 2014 National Electric Code (NEC) and covers the classification of hazardous atmospheres, explosion prevention techniques, equipment, wiring methods, and more. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) gave permission to reproduce these articles.
The Code Digest is designed to assist engineers involved in the design of electrical systems in Class I, Class II, and Class III locations. It includes diagrams of hazardous area power and lighting installations, as well as a “Quick-Selector” Guide for electrical equipment used in hazardous areas. Photographs of actual products from Eaton’s Crouse-Hinds Business have been added for clarity and specific reference.
To learn more about the complete range of products and services available from Eaton’s Crouse-Hinds business, visit www.crouse-hinds.com.
Eaton’s Crouse-Hinds business offers a range of cable fittings, enclosures, plugs and receptacles, industrial lighting fixtures, signals and alarms, and electronic components designed for the most demanding environments. The Crouse-Hinds business serves customers in the industrial and manufacturing, mining, oil and gas, solar, infrastructure and other markets.
Eaton’s Electrical Sector is a global leader with expertise in power distribution and circuit protection; backup power protection; control and automation; lighting and security; structural solutions and wiring devices; solutions for harsh and hazardous environments; and engineering services. Eaton is positioned through its global solutions to answer today’s most critical electrical power management challenges.
Eaton is a power management company with 2013 sales of $22.0 billion. Eaton provides energy-efficient solutions that help our customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power more efficiently, safely and sustainably. Eaton has approximately 103,000 employees and sells products to customers in more than 175 countries. For more information, visit www.eaton.com.
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