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5 Electrical Risks to Avoid This Season
With National Electrical Safety Month in May, CDA offers homeowners five tips for keeping their loved ones, and their property, safe from power outages, personal injuries and fires.
Broadcast and Communication Facilities Turn to Copper to Prevent Outages and Equipment Breakdown
David Brender, the National Program Manager for Electrical Applications at CDA, will address broadcast and communication professionals about the proper grounding and bonding techniques for communications facilities, including studios, transmitting sites and towers at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show, in Las Vegas this spring. Brender’s session titled, “Case Histories and Fundamentals in Grounding and Bonding” is scheduled for Tuesday, April 19th in Room S227 of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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Protect the Grid, Secure the Nation
As energy demands increase, the need for reliable and efficient energy systems grows as well. One threat facing these systems is cyber attacks and a need for security. Zolaikha Strong of CDA discusses this challenge in her article.
Brass for North American Potable Water Applications: Value Chain Perspectives
Professional care has been deployed throughout the brass value chain to ensure that brass materials and components for drinking water applications are in compliance with lead-free requirements. This piece summarizes the North American regulatory landscape and reviews how producers and users of brass rod have adapted to meet new requirements.
Close Your Eyes and Breathe Deeply
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An article reprint from Medical Construction & Design September/October 2015 magazine. Healthcare facilities take great care to provide the purest possible inhalation gases like, oxygen, medical air, and nitrous oxide to name just a few.