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Gerard Winstanley

Gerard Winstanley is a technical program manager with the National Electrical Manufactures Association's (NEMA's) Low-Voltage Distribution Equipment section. Winstanley has more than eight years of experience in the development of national and international electrical codes and standards. For more information about arc-fault circuit interrupters, visit www.AFCIsafety.org, an educational Web site devoted to educating consumers and industry professionals about the important home safety device.


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Expanding Home Safety with AFCIs

Smoke alarms, fire extinguishers, emergency escape ladders—these are all proven methods for making a quick and safe escape from a fire in the home. However, in addition to these measures, proven technology exists to prevent fires from starting in the first place. Arc-fault circuit interrupters (AFCIs)— the next generation in circuit breaker technology—are one such life-saving tool that should be considered by home owners and home builders alike.
JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2008