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1.2 This Standard also covers all electrical equipment, wiring, and accessories built in or supplied for use with the dryer. It covers only dryers whose electrical equipment, wiring, and accessories are intended to be installed in accordance with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1. National Electrical Code, National Electrical Safety Month, National Electrical Safety Month 2018, NEC, NEMAFR, NESM, NESM 2018 Download Attachment Related News & Resources. As part of its commitment to enhancing public safety, NFPA makes its codes and standards available online to the public for free. Online access to NFPA's consensus documents conveniently places important safety information on the desktops of traditional users as well as others who have a keen interest.

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The National Electric Code (NEC Code) book

The NFPA (National Fire Prevention Association) has made the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70)

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Electricity is everywhere and it affects every aspect of our lives. However, it isn't until we lose power that we realize just how much we take electricity for granted. Codes and Standards help us use electricity in a safe and efficient manner.

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  3. Interoperability

Standards are put into place through safety codes such as the National Electrical Code

What is the National Electrical Code?

  1. Sets the minimum standards for safe electrical installation
  2. Is updated every three years
  3. Ensures that electrical systems behind our walls are safe

Strict codes and standards keep public buildings safe through regular inspections and upgrades

There have been 16 new editions of the NEC since the year the average American home was built

WARNING: Homes not up to date with the latest safety codes:

  • May not be equipped to handle today's electrical needs
  • Are not adequately protected against fire and electrical hazards

Why Upgrade?

  1. In the last 40 years National Electrical Code requirements reduced home electrocutions by 83%
  2. Average cost to upgrade from the 2011 NEC to the 2017 NEC: Under $200

ESFI strongly encourages states and jurisdictionsadopt the most recent codes and standards to protect residents with the latest advancements in safety technology

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