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Oh great, another snowstorm
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Totowa NJ Fire Department Electrical Fire on the Roof of 594 Union Blvd An Electrical Fire on a roof, caused by a powerline wire swaying into the building due to high winds. March 2nd 2016 Union Boulevard closed in both directions! Pawn Dingo
Explaining how to ground a 200 amp meter center according to the national electric code.
In June 2011, Lincoln Electric erected a wind tower measuring 443 feet tall at its world headquarters and manufacturing campus in Cleveland, Ohio. This installation is capable of producing 2.5-megawatts of electrical energy, or approximately 10 percent of the requirements for Lincoln Electric's main Cleveland manufacturing facility. Watch the video to see how the tower was built. For more information, go to http://www.lincolnelectric.com/en-us/industries/wind-power/Pages/wind-tower.aspx?WT.mc_id=social_yt_windtower
Sandy MacPherson, a former electrician, describes how being blacklisted affected his work. Unite the Union waged a five-year fight against the construction firms that were part of the conspiracy, resulting in more than £10 million in compensation secured for 256 workers who were victims of the blacklist.
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RAW / UNEDITED: Many families during Hurricane Sandy were confused by what many believed to be lightning at first. Those who had power soon realized power surges were illuminating the skies, as news corporations were reporting the "rare phenomenon". This is one of the 15+ power surges visible from Bayonne, NJ. This power surge is an exploding electrical substation in Jersey City, according to unverified sources.
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The Day in the Life series is designed to profile a tradesperson as they go about their daily business and to inspire youth to pursue a career in construction. This issue features Karen Crouser, a Red-Seal certified electrician with Western Pacific Enterprises GP, and her work at the Port of Vancouver. Click here to read the accompanied article featured in Construction Business Magazine: http://www.vrca.bc.ca/civ/2016/CIV1406.pdf About Vancouver Regional Construction Association: With close to 700 members, VRCA is British Columbia’s largest and most inclusive regional construction association, representing union and non-union, general and trade contractors, manufacturers, suppliers and professionals who service the industrial, commercial and institutional construction industry throug...