The 23rd edition of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I continues to serve as a key component in the Canadian electrical safety system. When bundled with supporting products you will benefit from an increased understanding of the impacts and importance of safe electrical installation practices to your business.
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Canadian Electrical Code Interactive Standard
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The 2015 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, marks the 23rd edition of the CE Code and contains more than 200 updates and revisions, including major changes to sections on renewable energy, hazardous locations and electric heating.
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