Reference Guide reviews 2011 NEC Code Changes

  • June 28, 2011
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June 28, 2011 – Thomas & Betts published Analysis of NEC Code Changes 2011, a free reference guide that highlights changes to the National Electrical Code (NEC) for the 2011 code cycle that relate to Thomas & Betts’ products. The 156-page handbook is available as a print publication, can be downloaded as a PDF, or read as an eBook.   The book guides readers in selecting the appropriate Thomas & Betts products to comply with 2011 changes to NEC. Given the breadth of Thomas & Betts’ product offerings in the electrical industry, Analysis of NEC Code Changes 2011 is one of the most extensive code change books available from an electrical manufacturer. The book is organized by NEC article numbers with a table of contents and includes illustrations of products and applications that pertain to code changes.   “The NEC publishes code changes on a three-year cycle, and T&B has provided an overview of the changes that affect our products since 1999,” said David Kendall, director, industry affairs for Thomas & Betts. “This edition surpasses all previous versions with more than one hundred code changes translated into laymen terms, and a T&B product highlighted for each change.”   Readers may read the Analysis of NEC Code Changes 2011 on-line, or download a copy, at http://tnbelectricalworld.tnb.com/ps/con/#2471 . Readers also may ask their T&B sales representative for a printed copy.   Thomas & Betts Corporation (NYSE: TNB) is a global leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of essential components used to manage the connection, distribution, transmission and reliability of electrical power in industrial, construction and utility applications. With a portfolio of more than 200,000 products marketed under more than 45 premium brand names, Thomas & Betts products are found wherever electricity is used. With headquarters in Memphis, Tenn., Thomas & Betts reported revenues of $2 billion and had approximately 8,750 employees in 2010.   

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