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    If you have the necessary parts, using epoxy to...

    If you have the necessary parts, using epoxy to hold the fiberglass element in the hole in the end fitting should work.
    If you use it on heavy pulls, that might not hold.
  2. You can quote the whole post using the Reply With...

    You can quote the whole post using the Reply With Quote button on the full website or if using Tapatalk you select the post you want to quote and then use the Quote icon which appears at the top.
  3. In short, if you open the tap in the tub wide and...

    In short, if you open the tap in the tub wide and the pipes are big enough you will get the maximum flow rate that the electrical input can support.
  4. The current drawn will be proportional to the...

    The current drawn will be proportional to the product of the flow rate and the temperature rise from input temp to the set output temp.
    Typically if the demand flow rate times temperature rise...
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    If the resistive part of the current (which...

    If the resistive part of the current (which lights the lamp) stays the same, then the magnitude (length) of the actual current vector must be greater. (The actual current will be the hypotenuse of a...
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    Surge Protection Device or words to that effect. ...

    Surge Protection Device or words to that effect.
    Not the wiring equivalent of an STD. :)
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    Running SJx in a raceway is prohibited, but...

    Running SJx in a raceway is prohibited, but running it through a sheath for visual reasons or mechanical protection is not prohibited directly.
    However the reasons for using flexible cord...
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    The only problem that I see with that general...

    The only problem that I see with that general approach, without looking in detail at your numbers, is that whenever you have two line to line loads sharing a common phase line, just adding the...
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    The lower one does not expose the photocell to...

    The lower one does not expose the photocell to direct sunlight, which would eventually degrade the sensor and lens; has less chance of being falsely deactivated by stray light; and senses the overall...
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    Charlie, I think you are stretching the wording a...

    Charlie, I think you are stretching the wording a little too far. Interpreted literally, it would require that house loads and tenant loads be supplied by different services, without even a meter or...
  11. If the only thing in the EMT is the fiber, any...

    If the only thing in the EMT is the fiber, any "sheath" use of EMT for mechanical protection is not particularly likely to become energized, which is the other applicable factor for bonding.
  12. They use two or three 60A circuits instead of one...

    They use two or three 60A circuits instead of one 120 or 180A because of NEC limitations, available branch breaker sizes, ability to better balance on a three phase supply, and probably several more...
  13. Even with vectors you cannot get 120 + 0 = 220. :)

    Even with vectors you cannot get 120 + 0 = 220. :)
  14. SE cannot be used more than a short distance...

    SE cannot be used more than a short distance inside if it is being used as a service conductors (upstream of the service disconnect/OCPD.)
    Are you talking about a feeder that carries the whole...
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    That would be true if the efficiencies are equal.

    That would be true if the efficiencies are equal.
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    Typically, I think, it would still be the...

    Typically, I think, it would still be the electrical inspector who would enforce it though.
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    Or energy saving lights that have to be installed...

    Or energy saving lights that have to be installed in the kitchen....
  18. That would not necessarily overload the panel,...

    That would not necessarily overload the panel, depending on the ampacity of the ground/neutral bar(s).
    But it would overload the service or the feeder. :)
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    Wyreman: You mean where is the EGC, I assume,...

    Wyreman: You mean where is the EGC, I assume, since you are talking about a feeder....
  20. I am glad it is obvious to you that the DF GFCI...

    I am glad it is obvious to you that the DF GFCI cannot be a required disconnecting means. Many of us were not convinced without a fairly long thread. :)
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    Some feel that the resistance will be lower if...

    Some feel that the resistance will be lower if the soil around the rod is exposed to vertical rainfall. But at the depth of the bottom end of the rod the soil moisture will not vary much over the 12"...
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    On the other hand the coiled leads on SPDs must...

    On the other hand the coiled leads on SPDs must be completely uncoiled and should be cut to length.
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    The radius will make a difference in the tension...

    The radius will make a difference in the tension just because of the stiffness of the wire if the radius is below a minimum value (like a plumbing elbow).
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    Have you considered whether the motor has a limit...

    Have you considered whether the motor has a limit on the number of starts per hour, even with a VFD?
    Especially since the auger will be at least partially full each time it is started.
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    Something like replacing "service disconnect"...

    Something like replacing "service disconnect" with "the OCPD associated with the service disconnect", maybe?
    Or just the minimal change of " disconnect " to "equipment"?
    The former would give a...
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