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Arc Flash Labels: A Sticky Situation

  • Document Number

    1910DB1404

  • Type

    White Paper

  • Languages

    English

  • Date

    04/09/2015

  • Version

    1.0

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  • Document Number

    1910DB1404

  • Type

    White Paper

  • Languages

    English

  • Date

    04/09/2015

  • Version

    1.0

Description:

Arc flash labeling requirements were first introduced in the National Electrical Code (NEC) in 2002 and subsequently appeared in NFPA 70E in 2009. While both standards require arc flash labels, there are some differences in their specific requirements. This paper focuses on the new labeling requirements resulting from recent revisions to the standards. It will also discuss some ‘sticky’ situations relative to labeling, as well as best practices and considerations for arc flash labels.

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Description:

Arc flash labeling requirements were first introduced in the National Electrical Code (NEC) in 2002 and subsequently appeared in NFPA 70E in 2009. While both standards require arc flash labels, there are some differences in their specific requirements. This paper focuses on the new labeling requirements resulting from recent revisions to the standards. It will also discuss some ‘sticky’ situations relative to labeling, as well as best practices and considerations for arc flash labels.

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