Coffman's Method of Conduit
Ronald S. Coffman
For the first time, there is a well-organized,
comprehensive reference tool for bending conduit - available in
both print and CD formats!
A trusted and industry-recognized alternative
to the currently published material, Coffman's Method of Conduit
Bending offers electricians and electrical students a proven way
to install conduit using all types of benders.
This widely accepted method has saved many
electricians time, effort, and money.
To familiarize readers with this methodology,
the book begins with an introduction to conduit bending and the
associated theories. Coverage then progresses to include coverage of
three- and four-point saddles, 90 degree bends, and segment bending.
With a print version that is small enough to
be stored in a tool kit, and an interactive CD for self-paced
learning, this promises to be a valuable resource, both in the field
and in the classroom.
- Detailed illustrations clarify key steps in
methodology and allow for greater comprehension
- Reference tabs provide "at-your-fingertips"
information, so readers can easily target and access the content
that they need
- Examples are used throughout the book,
clearly demonstrating how the methodology is applied in real-world
- Step-by-step procedures explain all bends,
encouraging retention of information
90 degree bends
About the Author:
Ronald S. Coffman has been in the
electrical industry as an electrician, engineer, and superintendent
for the past 27 years.
Mr. Coffman currently resides in Denver, CO.
where he heads the System-wide Electrical division of the Fast
Tracks project for the Regional Transportation Division.
In addition, Mr. Coffman offers training
seminars on conduit bending using the Coffman method.
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