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Time and Money 
Fall 2016  


Saving you time and money is what your EAP Membership is all about. For instance, you can learn a more efficient way to do something in an EAP Class. Or you decide to profit from an industry trend that you learn about in our free December Symposium.  Maybe partner with a member you discover in the Association Directory, or at a Section Meeting.

Check out this EA Extra, and find ways that you can save time and money.
 
EAP Announces Fall Education Classes
The Electrical Association proudly announces its Fall 2016 line-up of classes. They all offer CEUs or PDHs, including for New Jersey and Delaware. And they all promote safety.
Please take the time to review, see attached.  The instructors are all notable electrical inspectors or engineers.

Register now - some of these classes will definitely sell out.

And if there is some topic you want to see taught in a class in the future, please let us know. Some of our best ideas come from your suggestions.

EAP Welcomes 22 New Members

ABCO HVAC Supply & Solutions
Adam Mechanical Heating and Air Conditioning
APT Electric
Associated Electric Systems
Associate Refrigeration, Inc. (ARI)
Chalfant Manufacturing Company
Guy M. Cooper Mechanical Contractors
CTS Electric
Energy Star Services, Inc.
FJT Technologies LLC
Giorgio Mushroom Company
Michael Kinnard
Lowry Services
Mercedes Electric
Brian Millman Electric
Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating
Muller Beer Distributor
Philips Lighting
PTR Compactor Baler
Reid's Electrical Specialist, Inc.
S & H Heating and Air Conditioning
Wesley Wood


2016-2017 EAP Directory
The 2016-17 Electrical Association of Philadelphia Directory has been mailed to all members.  If you have not received yours, please call the Association offices at (610) 825-1600 or contact Mair  via email at electric@eap.org.
 
CODE CORNER
Volume 14, Number 56
 
Michal Hofkin,
Senior Electrical Inspector,
Middle Department Inspection Agency

Service Rated Transfer Equipment 

Greetings from the Code Corner! I hope you had a safe and prosperous summer. This month we will explore the rules, from the 2008 National Electrical Code, associated with the installation of a transfer switch that contains a service disconnecting means. This article is a follow-up to the generator calculations that we reviewed last month.

Click here to read the article.  

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Executive Committee
President
Kim Schneider
Nickum Schneider Electric

Vice President
Brigid Falasca
EATON Electrical

Secretary-Treasurer 
Ken Hull


Staff
Executive Director
Dwight Price

Deputy Executive Director
Mair Malfara

Administrative Assistant
Karyn Purifoy






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