Wiring Industrial - 13th Edition
Guides the Reader Step-By-Step Through the Wiring of
an Entire Industrial Building to the 2008 National
L. Smith, Stephen L. Herman
Resource for Anyone Who Works With Industrial
to reference the 2008 National Electrical Code, this
edition of Electrical Wiring Industrial guides
readers step-by-step through the wiring of an entire
industrial building, making this an ideal resource
for anyone who will work in the industrial
With a practical,
straightforward approach, the book begins by
covering the tasks and responsibilities that face
today's professional industrial electricians,
including: installation of electrical service, power
and lighting; special new construction systems;
changeovers from old systems; planning for growth
and increased capacity; and periodic maintenance
Specific references to the
2008 National Electrical Code throughout the book
shows readers how to incorporate codes and
principles into everyday practice and procedures.
A complete set of industrial
building plans is also included, offering
opportunities for hands-on practice in interpreting
and applying Code requirements to sitework, feeder
bus systems, panelboards, fiber optics, harmonics,
hazardous locations, and more.
Electrical Wiring Residential and
Electrical Wiring Commercial are also available.
- New chapter on basic
- New chapter on developing
a program for a programmable logic controller
- New, updated photographs,
diagrams and illustrations add clarity to
explanations of critical concepts.
- Updated examples depict
the application of 2008 National Electrical Code
requirements to power distribution, conductor
sizing, motor connection, power factor
correction, plus lighting requirements.
- Math concepts are clearly
explained, and kept at a basic level to provide
precisely the skills needed to succeed on the
job without overwhelming readers with
Table of Contents:
- Plans and Sitework.
- The Unit Substation
Feeder Bus System.
- Panelboards. Trolley
- Using Wire Tables
and Determining Conductor Sizes. Signaling
- Motors and
- Motor Installation
- Air Conditioning,
and Other Facilities System.
- Site Lighting.
- Programmable Logic
- Fiber Optics.
- Hazardous Locations.