Wiring Industrial, 15E
Stephen L. Herman
to the 2014 NEC!
INDUSTRIAL, 15E is the complete, step-by-step guide to wiring
industrial buildings according to the current
National Electrical CodeŽ.
For anyone learning industrial wiring, EWI is
an ideal on-the-job reference for apprentice and journeyman
electricians, and anyone working in the electrical field.
ELECTRICAL WIRING INDUSTRIAL,15E
presents concise, straightforward information in a practical,
task-oriented style. Chapter topics explore all fundamentals, from
installing new electrical service and changeovers from old systems
to project planning and maintenance procedures.
The book highlights the 2014 National
Electrical CodeŽ throughout the readings to demonstrate code
updates, as well as how to apply requirements to sitework, feeder
bus systems, panelboards, fiber optics, harmonics, and more .
complete set of industrial building plans is included,
offering readers opportunities for hands-on practice in interpreting
and applying Code requirements to sitework, feeder bus systems,
panelboards, fiber optics, harmonics, hazardous locations, and more.
NEW to this Edition:
- Current Essentials: Get new
information on important topics for industrial electricians
includes grounding and bonding, timing relays, transformer
maintenance, and more.
- Added Topic: Thorough coverage
of service entrance connections safely prepares you for a
variety of industrial electrician jobs and settings.
- New Motor Coverage: Bring your
skills up to date with the latest information on the
functions, uses, and maintenance of multi-speed squirrel
- Identifying Data: Discover how
to identify motors according to nameplate data such as
voltage, frequency, phase, time ratings, and other labeled
specifics required by the NEC.
Plans and Sitework.
The Unit Substation.
Feeder Bus System.
Using Wire Tables and Determining Conductor Sizes.
Motors and Controllers.
Ventilating, Air Conditioning, and Other Facilities.
Programmable Logic Controllers.
352 Pages - 8-1/2 x 11 in.
About the Author:
Stephen L. Herman is a retired
electrician and teacher with more than 30 years of experience to his
credit. A seasoned author, his reader-friendly textbooks on
electricity and mathematics are popular with students and
For two decades Mr. Herman was lead instructor
for the Electrical Technology Curriculum at Lee College in Baytown,
Texas, where he received an Excellence in Education Award from the
Halliburton Education Foundation. He also taught at Randolph
Community College in Asheboro, N.C., for nine years and helped
establish an electrical curriculum for Northeast Texas Community
College in Mount Pleasant, Texas.
2020 NEC & Related Reference &
Motor Controls for Integrated Systems -
text includes the latest motor control and integrated systems
technology for instruction of advanced manufacturing skills. The
latest test tools, safety practices, and technology have been added
to complement the advancing technology of motor starters, motor
drives, PLCs, and control devices. -