New Text Addressing the Proper Methods of Conduit Bending
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American Technical Publishers, Inc.
1155 W. 175th St.
Homewood, IL, 60430
Press release date: September 14, 2006
HOMEWOOD, IL - American Technical Publishers, Inc., publishers of high-quality training materials, announces a new text that provides a systematic approach to accurately bend electrical conduit.
Conduit Bending and Fabrication, produced in partnership with the National Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, is the industry's most comprehensive text, addressing the fundamental skills required when bending EMT and rigid conduit.
Conduit Bending and Fabrication features numerous step-by-step procedures for various methods of bending conduit. The text introduces the tools used to bend conduit as well as the different types of conduit available. The text also covers the operation and application of mechanical, electric, and hydraulic benders. The fundamentals of making 90o bends, offsets, and saddles are covered in extensive detail.
Conduit Bending and Fabrication includes a 32-page quick reference guide. This laminated, four-color guide provides concise text, line art illustrations, and photos of selected bending and fabrication operations. This highly durable reference is perfect for use in the field.
Conduit Bending and Fabrication also includes a comprehensive CD-ROM to complement the text. The CD-ROM features detailed video clips that provide a dynamic visual review of bending and fabrication procedures.
Other components of the CD-ROM include Quick Quizzes(TM) that reinforce fundamental concepts, an illustrated glossary to reference terms, and a bending calculator.
For more information,please contact American Technical Publishers, Inc., 1155 West 175th Street, Homewood, IL 60430, 800-323-3471, 708-957-1100, fax: 708-957-1101, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, web site: www.go2atp.com.
For more information contact: Thomas Wise: 708-957-1100 or James Nowakowski: 847-358-4848