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    I'm referring to a distribution PANEL. Not...

    I'm referring to a distribution PANEL. Not switchgear. A 600a or 800a would be wall mounted.
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    Are crimped lugs also called compression?

    Are crimped lugs also called compression?
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    Concrete wall or drywall

    Concrete wall or drywall
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    Transformer lugs

    Those lugs where the wire terminates don't come with the xfrmr, correct? Could you also have
    crimoed lugs instead? Thx

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    Surface mount distribution panel

    You have a 600a or 800a distribution panel surface mounted on strut. Is the strut most likely run floor to ceiling or just a little more than the height of the board? I think you also need to have...
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    Covers- Steel

    Do these mount directly to the box or is a plaster ring still needed?

    Thanks.

    http://www.hubbell-rtb.com/p-30-4-1116-in-square-exposed-work
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    Factory RGS Elbows

    Do they come with coupling on each end? thx
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    That ONE tap would work for a run with 4 wires?

    That ONE tap would work for a run with 4 wires?
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    That is for one wire, correct? Thanks.

    That is for one wire, correct? Thanks.
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    Gutter Tap's

    When running riser feeders and you have to tap the feeder in the panel "gutter" what kind of taps would you use? Would an Ilsco multi tap connector be okay?
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    That's expensive

    That's expensive
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    H,N,G in each?

    H,N,G in each?
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    (2) Single Pole Switches

    If you a have (2) single poles toggle switches ganged together controlling different switch legs how many wires for each? I am thinking (3) plus a ground for both.
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    Stainless steel supports are used with PVC coated...

    Stainless steel supports are used with PVC coated RGS conduit?
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    PVC Coated Supports

    When installing pvc coated rgs do all the supports(hangers) for it have to be pvc coated as well? Is this Code or spec? Thanks.
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    Thanks

    Thanks
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    4" Square Box

    Are they made with 1-1/4" ko's?

    I only see these.

    http://www.hubbell-rtb.com/p-10-4-in-square-welded-boxes-2-18-in-deep-with-conduit-kos
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    Thanks all!!

    Thanks all!!
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    Motor connections

    When using flex for a disconnect switch how are terminations usually made at the motor? Lugs, wires terminated under terminals etc.?

    i assume it matters the type of motor.
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    This is also a two gang box. So how do you...

    This is also a two gang box. So how do you differentiate when you see "provide 2 gang box". I guess in my original post it says 4" box 2 gang so that is clear.
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    Double gang Box

    I get confused by the statement below. Is this a double gang

    http://www.grainger.com/product/RACO-Electrical-Box-5A052

    Wall outlet boxes shall be of size and type to suit each individual...
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    Great so maybe you can shed some light. RTRC has...

    Great so maybe you can shed some light. RTRC has a belled end and this is how it is joined together(with epoxy), correct? When you entered an enclosure/box what did you use? A box connector/adapter?...
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    Why thanks....so it's code?

    Why thanks....so it's code?
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    Ream Conduit

    When you cut EMT you should always ream it correct? Would the same go for RTRC conduit? THanks
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    What determine when you would use a large...

    What determine when you would use a large sweep/radius elbow?
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