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Troubleshooting & Repairing Commercial Electrical Equipment

SKU: TROUBLEREPAIR Category:

Author: David Herres
Format: HARD (Hardcover)
Publication Date: 41463

$69.00

Subscriber Price: $58.65

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Description

Troubleshooting and Repairing Commercial Electrical Equipment is the first work that offers a practical approach to diagnosing and repairing commercial/industrial electrical equipment - covering everything from motors, computers, elevators and fire alarm systems to hearvy-duty ovens and audio equipment. You will find ways to become faster, more efficient and able to achieve a much higher success rate in restoring large electrical equipment without damaging it, introducing an additional defect or creating a hazard. Benefits:

  • Presents a new system of diagnostics based on the difficulty of each procedure and the probability of its success
  • Emphasizes a practical approach to ensure that equipment is fixed properly
  • Uses a blend of basic electrical theory and sophisticated mathematical equations that both experienced technicians and apprentices can learn from
  • Includes separate chapters on elevators, fire alarm systems, motors, large-scale stereo equipment and industrial appliances
  • Discusses related licensing and certification as they pertain to troubleshooting and repair
  • Written by a Master Electrician with more than 35 years of experience
  Hardback | 257 pages | 2 lbs.

Author Bio

David Herres is owner and operator of a residential and commercial construction company. He is author of 2011 National Electrical Code Chapter-by-Chapter, Troubleshooting and Repairing Commercial Electrical Equipment and The Electrician's Trade Demystified. He holds a New Hampshire Electrician's License and has worked as an electrician, journalist, plumber, carpenter and constructor. Herres has written frequently for ELEVATOR WORLD and for such publications as Electrical Construction and Maintenance, Cabling Business Magazine, Electrical Contracting Products, Electrical Business and Engineering News Record since 2006. He holds a BA in English Literature and Composition from Hobart College of Geneva, New York, but has focused exclusively on electrical work in New Hampshire since 2000.

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