Electrical and Trade Related Nostalgia

Electrical and Trade-Related Nostalgia
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****What Is The National Electrical Code (NEC)? **
**Where Did It Come From? **

How Long Has It Existed?

These can be some confusing questions, even for those that are well versed in Electrical History.

Since the start of electrical history, Insurance Companies recognized the danger of electrical related fires and began to write electrical rules to be followed. The first documented case of a code as a ‘requirement’ of rules was first adopted on October 19th 1881, then published November 16th 1881 entitled “The Dangers of Electric Lighting” put out by the New York Board of Fire Underwriters. These rules were released in Pamphlet form in November at their November 16th meeting. The code started with five rules and grew from there as time progressed.

As the idea of electrical codes and rules caught on, Cities, Insurance Companies, and other authorities also published their own codes.

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Electrical and Trade Related Nostalgia

Lots of history for research into older publications!

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