In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, I came across this free information from NEMA on handling equipment damaged by water. Others suggested I put it into an FAQ to make it easilly accessible after the thread gets buried. I have also compiled other previous references mentioned in past posts. I am keeping pdf copies of these documents in case any of these web page links eventually get broken. Please send me a comment on this FAQ stating any that don't work if you come across them, or send me other references you know of to add to this FAQ.
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