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Electrical

Whether electrical equipment is used for generating power, transmitting power or running machinery, its protection and maintenance must be managed. This grouped section reinforces the need to meet code requirements and recognizes that most electrical equipment will need higher levels of protection to improve reliability, performance and loss avoidance.

PRC.5.0.1 ELECTRICAL TERMS
PRC.5.0.2 ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS AND DIAGRAMS
PRC.5.0.3 HIGH ENERGY ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
PRC.5.0.4 ELECTRICAL COORDINATION - SYSTEM STUDIES
PRC.5.0.5 MANAGING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT PROTECTION AND MAINTENANCE
PRC.5.2.1 LIGHTNING PROTECTION
PRC.5.2.2 SURGE PROTECTION
PRC.5.4.5 TRANSFORMER AND CAPACITOR DIELECTRIC FLUIDS
PRC.5.4.5.1 DIELECTRIC FLUIDS CONTAINING PCBs
PRC.5.5.4 RIGID NONMETALLIC CONDUIT AND ELECTRICAL NONMETALLIC TUBING
PRC.5.6.1 CONTROL POWER FOR ELECTRICAL SWITCHGEAR
PRC.5.7.1.1 GUIDE TO OFF-PREMISES POWER ANALYSIS
PRC.5.7.1.2 UTILITY SYSTEM PROBLEMS CAPACITY AND DISTRIBUTION
PRC.5.7.1.3 ELECTRIC POWER QUALITY AND RELIABILITY
PRC.5.7.4 STATIONARY BATTERIES
PRC.5.9.0.1 EVALUATING THE IMPORTANCE OF A TRANSFORMER
PRC.5.9.0.2 TRANSFORMERS - FAILURES
PRC.5.9.1 TRANSFORMERS - MAINTENANCE
PRC.5.9.2 TRANSFORMERS - ARRANGEMENT AND FIXED FIRE PROTECTION
PRC.5.9.3 TRANSFORMERS - ELECTRICAL DEVICES, INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROLS
PRC.5.9.4 TRANSFORMERS - SURROUNDINGS
PRC.5.11.1 FLUORESCENT LIGHTING
PRC.5.11.2 HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE (HID) LIGHTING
PRC.5.12.0.1 HAZARDOUS (CLASSIFIED) LOCATION ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
PRC.5.13.1 ELECTRICAL ENCLOSURES