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    What am I missing here-I am sooooo...

    What am I missing here-I am sooooo confused:?:?--Why would you transfer radioactive material through conduit instead a more robust, corrosion resistant material?:?
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    Thanks all!! Engineer approved using 90.4 and...

    Thanks all!!

    Engineer approved using 90.4 and 110.3--

    Rich
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    Correct as I read it also

    Correct as I read it also
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    90.4 did it--Thanks!! kwired; I am the lead...

    90.4 did it--Thanks!!

    kwired;

    I am the lead inspector on this and have the Construction Engineer's backing--I just needed something that showed her she had the authority to do what I was...
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    AHJ Approval of non listed parts

    HI folks,

    I have a situation where the parts on hand do not have a NRTL listing.

    The 1/2, 3/4 1 and1/2 and 2 and 1/2 Stainless Meyers Hubs are listed--according to the company the 1" and 2" are...
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    After looking at some more of the responses and...

    After looking at some more of the responses and thinking over what you stated Dennis--

    The question is a good as it is straight from the NEC

    The answers are somewhat confusing especially for a...
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    +1 Bad question

    +1 Bad question
  8. Thread: Voltages

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    I agree--I should probably have been more...

    I agree--I should probably have been more clear--like this--

    if you can separate them in a conduit, say with some tubing, i.e., inner duct, then it would be acceptable,,, the only outer duct I am...
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    You can if you seperate them--llike with tubing ...

    You can if you seperate them--llike with tubing as a sleeve or innerduct

    But still probably easier ands cheaper to run 2 seperate small raceways
  10. Thread: Tri-plex

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    Correct, However they were showing an...

    Correct,

    However they were showing an intermediate support at the pole top and bringing both the insulated and bare conductors, no weatherhead just open conduit, down the conduit to the...
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    one last thought--396.30 396.30 Messenger. (A) ...

    one last thought--396.30
    396.30 Messenger.
    (A)
    Support. The messenger shall be supported at dead
    ends and at intermediate locations so as to eliminate tension
    on the conductors. The conductors...
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    I agree lucky--I also should have mentioned I did...

    I agree lucky--I also should have mentioned I did a search on here and have looked at the other threads---Never did find a definitive answer--

    My thoughts;

    Unless it has an insulation that is...
  13. Thread: Tri-plex

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    Tri-plex

    Ok here we go again--I seem to remember that tri and quad-plex cannot be run in conduit however I can NOT find it anywhere in the NEC.

    So my question is--Am I remembering something that was one...
  14. Thread: Voltages

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    as long as all conductor ajckets are rated for...

    as long as all conductor ajckets are rated for the higher voltage, i.e., THHN/THWN-2 is rated at 600 volt --no problem
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    Punctuation please--makes it easier to read

    Punctuation please--makes it easier to read
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    I once had to--We used a torpedo heater, and old...

    I once had to--We used a torpedo heater, and old time plumber/pipe fitter who taught me what a "wrinkle bend" was and it worked outr ok---luckily we were not being inspected and no permits pulled but...
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    +1--Lamp at or near end of life
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    My understaqnding of this is because of the PV...

    My understaqnding of this is because of the PV guys--Where we currently use 600 volts,i.e., 600 volt and under solidly grounded system, would become 1000 volt and under---With No other changes
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    Obviously those conductors feed a refrigeration...

    Obviously those conductors feed a refrigeration system and are, therefore, cold, causing snow to form on them:lol::dunce:
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    :angel:when that's all you have on the truck?

    :angel:when that's all you have on the truck?
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    Ditto to both--looks like a grounded phase

    Ditto to both--looks like a grounded phase
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    :happysad:Know what you mean--ever since I left...

    :happysad:Know what you mean--ever since I left Montana the only place I have found to get any kind of distance is out in Eatonville, Wa--got a 500 meter range so I can do my long range stuff-- from...
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    :slaphead:(Note to self--remember to read the...

    :slaphead:(Note to self--remember to read the notes!!!)

    Thanks Smart $--NOW it makes sense--saw the 75C but didn't correlate it in my head to what I was asking--and Note 2 answers the rest--OK My...
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    ok found where the 10.7 comes from-- a copper...

    ok found where the 10.7 comes from-- a copper conductor 10.7cm one foot long at 60C has one ohm resistance
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    gophers, prairie dogs etc.---.220 Swift 55 gr PSP...

    gophers, prairie dogs etc.---.220 Swift 55 gr PSP at 4000FPS works wonders out to about 600yards--or a 40 gr PSP at 4700 out to 300 yards

    In the yard--I still have a little strychnine coated...
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