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  1. Thread: 277v tl&p

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    I know...understood. I was never an electrician...

    I know...understood. I was never an electrician but your right. Thanks
  2. Thread: 277v tl&p

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    Seriously??? Lol im not sure if your messing...

    Seriously??? Lol
    im not sure if your messing with me :dunce: But I would like to have a good response for them as to why that's not true.
  3. Thread: 277v tl&p

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    277v tl&p

    I was told you can't run 277v temp power for drills etc.

    i guess the tools will burn up or won't operate correctly. True?
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    Different Voltages In Same Conduit

    Can you have 120 and 277 wiring in same conduit?
  5. Thread: PVC Coated

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    Curious as to how to labor it.

    Curious as to how to labor it.
  6. Thread: PVC Coated

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    It says polyurethane.

    It says polyurethane.
  7. Thread: PVC Coated

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    They are asking for polyurethane coated RMC and...

    They are asking for polyurethane coated RMC and IMC. I have seen pvc coated RMC.
  8. Thread: PVC Coated

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    PVC Coated

    Is polyurethane coated the same as PVC coated?
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    conduit body

    Being told RMC conduit body cover and gasket is not available over 2-1/2". Is this true? How could that be right?thanks
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    Dilling Holes For Anchors

    If you have a lot of strut mounted to concrete for your conduits how do you guys install anchors? Drill holes then use a wedge anchor or powder actuated guns?

    Thanks
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    So using a 3p breaker for 3 separate circuits(as...

    So using a 3p breaker for 3 separate circuits(as in this case) is a MWBC,correct? They share the same neutral.

    if it were one motor utilizing a 3p breaker it would not be a MWBC.

    i thought this...
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    I don't think it's much more expensive

    I don't think it's much more expensive
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    Thats a good point. Thanks for the help Smart.

    Thats a good point. Thanks for the help Smart.
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    Ok I'm confused as usual. As infinity stated they...

    Ok I'm confused as usual. As infinity stated they are line to neutral load...it is 277v lighting.
    They are using a 3p common trip breaker for they lighting. There about 30 of these...
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    thanks Smart. Spec does not indicate separate...

    thanks Smart. Spec does not indicate separate neutrals. It's def a 3p 20a breakers for all the lighting circuits ...
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    Thanks Infinity. Aaaahhh so the 3 pole breaker...

    Thanks Infinity. Aaaahhh so the 3 pole breaker can share a neutral cause if one circuit trips the outer two trip???? Regarding the EGC, Id I am pulling three circuits in a home run I can use just one...
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    Guess I could run the B12 listed here back to...

    Guess I could run the B12 listed here back to back. Is the B11 3-1/4" a back to back like you said or just one strut? Thanks
    ...
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    Hey Smart$ thanks for the response. They loads...

    Hey Smart$ thanks for the response.
    They loads are lighting.
    How would I know when I have a line to neutral load?
    What is the other scenario, line to line loads? If so what would those be?
    What...
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    Thanks Jim..so it's the 3 hots, 1N & 1 EGC? Can't...

    Thanks Jim..so it's the 3 hots, 1N & 1 EGC? Can't the conduit be used as the EGC per the NEC?
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    4"D Stainless Steel Channel

    Have a spec that calls for conduit to be mounted on 4" deep SS strut. I have checked T&B and Power strut catalog and it seems like there is no SS 4" deep strut. It does not seem like there is regular...
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    Guys I'm lost. the conduit is RGS. Yes we need...

    Guys I'm lost. the conduit is RGS. Yes we need separate neutral per NEC and job spec.
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    Insualted Equipment Grounding Conductor

    If spec read” Use insulated equipment grounding conductorfor all branch circuits and feeders” and you had a branch circuit being fedfrom a 3P 20A circuit breaker how manywire would you pull? Four?...
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    FRE conduit(aka RTRC)

    Can only a specific material bemused for the fittings and supports(strut etc.)? Thanks
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    SS 4" Square Box

    How many of you have used a stainless steel 4" box for receptacles?
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    Will do, thx

    Will do, thx
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