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  1. Is there AL service conductors without any nolox...

    Is there AL service conductors without any nolox on it? AL will corrode/oxide in the presence of hydrogen sulfide just as easily as CU. Check this out for a comparison-
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    The NH state fire code (Saf-C 6000) is amended to...

    The NH state fire code (Saf-C 6000) is amended to require CO detectors in all multi-unit dwellings (including hotels) to comply with 720 and, the AHJ will (likely) require system CO's. Smokes in the...
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    a- it depends b- NFPA 720 for placement and 72...

    a- it depends

    b- NFPA 720 for placement and 72 does mention them a bit


    What is the specific application? A commercial kitchen perhaps?
  4. We are under the 2011 NEC. We have seal off...

    We are under the 2011 NEC. We have seal off fittings, what I am trying to understand is specially 501.15 that refers to the seal off not being XP, but the sealant being identified for its purpose of...
  5. Ummm yea my bad, there are couplings it's 80 feet...

    Ummm yea my bad, there are couplings it's 80 feet or so underground into a building. What I meant to type was no unions, boxes or fittings (other than couplings :ashamed:).
  6. Seal offs where you're just 'passing through' art. 514

    Situation is an Rigid Conduit Raceway- It begins as stub from in non-hazardous location up into a fueling station canopy and ends as a stub- without any fittings, couplings etc. it's carrying data...
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    More than likely its classified as smoke control...

    More than likely its classified as smoke control in Boston and the feeders would require a 2hr rating.
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    Since it's all computer based- the only reference...

    Since it's all computer based- the only reference material is 70, 72 and the IBC. No loose paper, a dry erase marker and a laminated piece of graph paper
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    http://www.nationaltrainingcenter.net/index.xml ...

    http://www.nationaltrainingcenter.net/index.xml

    Are you aware of the 10+ books they use to generate the test questions? It's on the nicet site, you could read them (it's one way to cover all your...
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    How do you provide UL listed, for fire alarm...

    How do you provide UL listed, for fire alarm service, network equipment and/or 24h of standby when using IP?
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    To see the writing on the wall, even if you are...

    To see the writing on the wall, even if you are not under the 2013 version of 72, read chapter 26 it its entirty.

    PSTN (pots lines). Will now require 6 hour test windows.

    Managed Facility Voice...
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    They might be called upon, I shall call them the...

    They might be called upon, I shall call them the '2nd shift subs'. Just trying to stay above board if possible. ;)
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    Flat roof/fuel canopy access with ladders

    Someone have a good link for how to osha compliantly access a flat roof of a gas station canopy? (GC just got spanked by inspector and we haven't touched it yet, it's fully built someone complained...
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    I agreed with iwire, that I never see the setup...

    I agreed with iwire, that I never see the setup that he also never has seen, referred to in the quote of his post. Is that confounding enough?:)
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    I agree, never seen that set up, only the one...

    I agree, never seen that set up, only the one iWire refers to.

    ME's are also specing FA intergration with low voltage CO sensors now. They want to dump a whole building, and kill the gas solenoid...
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    In regards to wired vs. wireless- Wifi=....

    In regards to wired vs. wireless-


    Wifi=. 'lifestyle enhancement' cameras, a couple days recorded
    (ooh look the kids are home or ooh look the dog peed on the floor!)

    Wired= security cameras,...
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    Most systems that incorporate all of those...

    Most systems that incorporate all of those systems require you to be a dealer of the product through a central station. If you have a local security dealer, it would be worth your while to maybe...
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    And we all thank you for it. I helped a buddy on...

    And we all thank you for it. I helped a buddy on the 10th floor a resi high rise, opening the walls was going to be.... a huge ordeal. It was just like that and some how a ground fault developed on...
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    :lol::lol::lol: So if it's addessable almost...

    :lol::lol::lol:

    So if it's addessable almost all of those panels have a class A SLC return built into the panel, just hook it up that way. You would never get crap for doing that, just don't tell...
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    Yea if it comes with the plug you can use it. I...

    Yea if it comes with the plug you can use it. I recommend hard wiring with ones that are on the fringe of the 6-50p range. Generall the kiln manufacturers will allow that if you ask.

    I am...
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    The plug was never the issue it was the...

    The plug was never the issue it was the receptacle. Skutt IIRC. Each time they were old and got unplugged/plugged in rarely. Also they were mounted just above the lid 12-18" away, so that didn't...
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    A bunch- also known as Cone 10. In electric...

    A bunch- also known as Cone 10. In electric kilns for porcelain glaze oxidation.
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    I believe you are right, hardwire it.

    I believe you are right, hardwire it.
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    The manufacturers generally consider it a...

    The manufacturers generally consider it a continuous load. It may not be on for 3 hours without ever shutting off, but they cycle off and on constantly, even if only a few seconds in between cycles ...
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    No we do no get to determine responibilites of...

    No we do no get to determine responibilites of the the designer, actually neither does the client to a large extent.

    They arebound by law and the trade groups and societies the are certiifed by...
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