electrical equipment


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electrical equipment

[i′lek·trə·kəl i′kwip·mənt]
(electricity)
Apparatus, appliances, devices, wiring, fixtures, fittings, and material used as a part of or in connection with an electrical installation.
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Using the wrong electrical wires, as well as not adhering to safety requirements, is also considered risky,as is the excessive use of electrical equipment and failing to properly connect a ground static electric wire.
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In recent years, a surge in imports of cheap and inferior quality electrical equipment from abroad is significantly impacting the Indian electrical equipment industry with under-utilisation of recently enhanced capacities across several products.
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Before the early 1990s, evaluating water-damaged electrical equipment was mostly left to municipal inspectors who had little expertise in making such evaluations.
Byline: A warehouse fire destroyed electrical equipment worth millions of dirhams in the Mezyyd district on Monday afternoon.
1) Portable electrical equipment (electric drills, vacuum cleaners, coffee pots, etc.
Guidelines for Handling Water Damaged Electrical Equipment provides advice on the safe handling of electrical equipment that has been exposed to water, outlining which items must be replaced and which can be reconditioned professionally.
Records indicate that a large number of these deaths and injuries are due to electrical shock from misused or faulty electrical equipment and most could have been avoided if proper electrical checking procedures had been applied.
Hoekstra states that "most raw foodists get the bulk of their diet from the tropics," and argues (accurately) that the "fancy raw food meals are prepared with a lot of electrical equipment, like dehydrators, juicers, blenders and food processors.

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