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" The escape of electricity cannot be detected by the sense of smell, as can gas, but it can be detected by apparatus far more certain and delicate. Leakage not only means waste, but in the presence of moisture it means destruction of the conductor and... "
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The Electrical Review, Volume 11

Electrical engineering - 1882
...the moon ; but this is not specified. The Council then proceed to give a rule and regulation that " the escape of electricity cannot be " detected by the sense of smell," after which effort of originality, we are comforted by the assurance that " it can be detected by apparatus...
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Proceedings of the Association of Municipal and Sanitary Engineers ..., Volume 8

Association of Municipal and Sanitary Engineers and Surveyors - 1882
...wires cannot be too strongly urged. It is an operation, skill in which is easily acquired and applied. The escape of electricity cannot be detected by the...insulating covering, by electric action. III. LAMPS. 18. Arc lamps should always be guarded by proper lanterns to prevent danger from falling incandescent...
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Journal, Volume 11

Electricity - 1882
...wires cannot be too strongly urged. It is an operation, skill in which is easily acquired and applied. The escape of electricity cannot be detected by the...insulating covering, by electric action. III. LAMPS. 18. Arc lamps should always be guarded by proper lanterns to prevent danger from falling incandescent...
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Useful information on practical electric lighting

Killingworth Hedges - 1882 - 156 pages
...frequently cannot be too strongly urged. It is an operation, skill in which is easily acquired and applied. The escape of electricity cannot be detected by the...insulating covering, by electric action. III. LAMPS. 18. Arc lamps should always be guarded by proper lanterns to prevent danger from falling incandescent...
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Electric Lighting Act, 1882, and the Acts Therewith Incorporated: Also the ...

Great Britain - 1882 - 247 pages
...w1res cannot be too strongly urged. It is an operation, skill in which is easily acquired and applied. The escape of electricity .cannot be detected by the...insulating covering by electric action. III. LAMPs. 18. Arc lamps should always be guarded by proper lanterns to prevent danger from falling incandescent...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science - Vol. XLV, 1882.

william crookes - 1882
...wires cannot be too strongly urged. It is an operation, skill in which is easily acquired and applied. The escape of electricity cannot be detected by the...insulating covering, by electric action. III. LAMPS. platinum plate and drop down with it. The edges of the paper are then pressed against the funnel to...
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Journal of the Society of Telegraph-Engineers and Electricians, Volume 12

Electric engineering - 1883
...abrasion from any cause, or to the depredations of rats or mice, they should be efficiently encased in some hard material. 14. Where indoor wires are...insulating covering, by electric action. III. LAMPS. 1 5. Arc lamps should always be guarded by proper lanterns to prevent danger from falling incandescent...
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Journal, Volume 12

Electricity - 1883
...abrasion from any cause, or to the depredations of rats or mice, they should be efficiently encased in some hard material. 14. Where indoor wires are...conductor and its insulating covering, by electric action. VOL. xn. 19 III. LAMPS. 15. Arc lamps should always be guarded by proper lanterns to prevent danger...
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The fire underwriter's companion

Donald A. Campbell - 1883 - 170 pages
...wires cannot be too strongly urged. It is an operation, skill in which is easily acquired and applied. The escape of electricity cannot be detected by the...insulating covering by electric action. III. LAMPS. 1 8. Arc lamps should always be guarded by proper lanterns, to prevent danger from falling incandescent...
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The Electric Lighting Act, 1882, the Acts Incorporated Therewith, the Board ...

Great Britain, Clement Higgins, E. W. W. Edwards - Electric utilities - 1883 - 152 pages
...wires cannot be too strongly urged. It is an operation skill in which is easily acquired and applied. The escape of electricity cannot be detected by the...insulating covering, by electric action. "III. LAMPS. " 18. Arc lamps should always be guarded by proper lanterns to prevent danger from falling incandescent...
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