|The Lineman's Pocket Reference|
This friendly compact reference is packed with exactly the information linemen need most, when out in the field.
It includes essential safety data; conductor sizes, weights, tensions, and ampacities; NESC clearances; safe working loads for rope, wire rope, chain, and web slings; weights of wood poles and other popular construction materials; conversion tables; math laws and formulas. It's all here.
|Lineman, The Unsung Hero|
Linemen are husbands and brothers, fathers and sons, and occasionally, wives and daughters. But familial relationships and gender aside, all lineworkers are unsung heroes to Michelle Larson. So much so that she sings their praises on every page of Lineman, The Unsung Hero, a children's book she wrote and published earlier this year.
|Temporary Grounding for Lineworker Protection|
This essential safety reference shows how to install grounds on de-energized lines so workers are protected if the lines accidentally become energized. Covers basic grounding concepts, overhead lines, underground cables, and vehicles.
Personal protective grounding is an important subject, but it is not well understood by some linemen. This book removes the mystery of grounding by clearly explaining what works, and why it works.
* 81 illustrations
|Lineman & Cableman Handbook 12/e|
The definitive guide to distribution and transmission line technology--fully updated
Completely revised to reflect the 2012 National Electrical Safety Code (NESC), The Lineman's and Cableman's Handbook, 12th Edition, provides in-depth information on overhead and underground distribution and transmission lines. The latest OSHA, ANSI, and ASTM standards are emphasized throughout.