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(A) Power Loss Hazard
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Conductor overload protection shall not be required where the interruption of the circuit would create a hazard, such as in a material-handling magnet circuit or fire pump circuit. Short-circuit protection shall be provided.
Informational Note: See NFPA 20-2013, Standard for the Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection.
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