Updated NEIS On Commissioning Building Electrical Systems Reflects Latest Techniques NECA 90-2009

The updated NECA 90, Recommended Practice for Commissioning Building Electrical Systems (ANSI) NEIS is now available. This standard describes installation procedures for commissioning common newly installed or retrofitted building electrical systems and equipment. It defines the commissioning process and provides sample guidelines for attaining optimum system performances that conform to design, specification, and industry accepted codes and standards.

This edition has been carefully revised to reflect the latest techniques used in building and electrical system commissioning processes. This includes the traditionally separate functions of equipment startup, control system calibration, testing and balancing (including electrical load balancing as required in the National Electrical Code), functional performance testing, system documentation, and training. NECA 90 provides all the value-added features facility owners and developers demand in the commissioning stages of electrical projects.

Ordering Information: NECA 90-2009 is available from the NECA store. Its $20 for NECA members, $40 for non-members. Quantity discounts are available. Click here to order NECA 90 online. Or contact NECA’s Order Desk (e-mail: orderdesk@necanet.org, phone: 301-215-4504, fax: 301-215-4500) and ask for NECA 90-2009.

About NEIS: Developed by NECA, NEIS are the only performance and workmanship industry standards for electrical construction approved by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). NEIS are used by construction owners, specifiers and contractors to clearly illustrate the performance and workmanship standards essential for different types of electrical construction. NEIS are also referenced throughout the National Electrical Code. For additional information, go to www.neca-neis.org.

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