Drive RX Cables, History of Teck Cables and Norman Fun Facts all included in this issue. Enjoy! Read the newest edition here! http://noramcoinfrastructure.com/noramco-quarterly-1.html
Leviton is changing load centers for residential applications. With easy to install, snap in breakers and easy to read fault trips on the breakers, and aesthetically appealing design, this load centre breaks all the rules. Termination of the breakers are done at custom lugs in the panel and not at the circuit breaker. Just wire to the lug
See below the 2019 Copper Trends. In reviewing these trends, remember that copper is normally sold as US dollars per pound and our exchange rate differences for Canada can make a significant impact on the purchasing price. There are also rod factory adders that need to be included that are not posted on the daily
The second edition of Noramco Quarterly is finally out! This edition will cover a wide range of topics that include: - Why a new type of Tracer Wire is better for horizontal drilling among other applications. - Commodity trends for the most common elements in the industry. - IEEE Duct Bank Calculations. - EV charging,
The cold weather is coming, are you ready? Noramco has all of your extension cord needs in stock. We have you covered! Polar/Solar extension cords are 300v flexible SJEOOW construction that maintain their flexibility rated to -50C. Pro Grade Water and Weather Resistant, Grounded, Single and Tripe Lighted Female Ends so you know they
It's finally here! The first edition of Noramco Quarterly magazine. This issue tackles topics such as the history of SPC90, some of our charitable work and what exactly happened at the Noramco Carnival. To read this edition click here: Read Quarterly #01 Now
Noramco stocks Ilsco Lugs and Grounding Connectors. Reduce your inventory for lugs and connectors with Ilsco products. Wider size ranges means less inventory of products for you!Complete your grounding cables with the right connector, just ask your sales representative.
Download Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) changes. The new Canadian Electrical Code was passed in January of this year. The Canadian Electrical Code is not law, it is a standards guide. By constitution the Provinces are responsible for electrical safety. In practice, the provinces adopt the code in whole or with minor variations. At that
The new Canadian Electrical Code was passed in January of this year. The Canadian Electrical Code is not law, it is a standards guide. By constitution the Provinces are responsible for electrical safety. In practice, the provinces adopt the code in whole or with minor variations. At that point of adoption, it becomes law in
The 2018 Canadian Electrical Code will come into force in Alberta in 2019. Code Update Training is required for Masters to renew their certification in 2020. Courses are available from approved organizations. Questions can be directed to the Edmonton Safety Codes Council at 780-413-0099.