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  1. Did you install a intersystem bonding bridge...

    Did you install a intersystem bonding bridge {250.94}? That's what the description sounds like to me.
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    The generator feeds a switchboard with no main,...

    The generator feeds a switchboard with no main, just 4 circuit breakers, the line side of that switchboard is also tapped to feed two disconnects, one for the fire pump the other to power the fire...
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    Generator Switchboard Taps

    I have a generator switchboard (480Y/277) which is fed directly from the 725 KW generator output and set up as an SDS with a bonded neutral and a GEC run to the GES. The plans call for a set of...
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    Sorry the 24" is a local POCO requirement. ...

    Sorry the 24" is a local POCO requirement. Seeing as Tony is NJ it probably applies.
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    There should be a minimum of 24" of separation...

    There should be a minimum of 24" of separation between the POCO drop and the other cables.
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    This may help from NEC Article 100:

    This may help from NEC Article 100:
  7. I agree with Jumper, by using note #4 you can...

    I agree with Jumper, by using note #4 you can just add the KW rating of the two units together and treat it as one range.
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    There are tens of thousands of warehouses and...

    There are tens of thousands of warehouses and buildings wired that way in EMT with seemingly little problems. :roll:
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    If the load is 380 amps or less then you can go...

    If the load is 380 amps or less then you can go up to the next standard size OCPD which is 400 amps. Please turn off the Caps lock. ;)
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    Buy a metal multigang face plate and cut slots or...

    Buy a metal multigang face plate and cut slots or drill holes where the 6-32 switch mounting screws are located. You can hold the plate and adjust the device depth until it's perfect. Then install...
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    Just my 2 cents but those roofing screws will...

    Just my 2 cents but those roofing screws will probably not go through RMC.
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    Good point, one would do best to erase the entire...

    Good point, one would do best to erase the entire thought of a "return path" from their brain. :)
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    I've answered within your post.

    I've answered within your post.
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    As Lucky stated you only need the handle tie for...

    As Lucky stated you only need the handle tie for the MWBC's sharing a neutral.
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    I agree, we used to always use EMT in that...

    I agree, we used to always use EMT in that fashion until the NEC prohibited it a few code cycles ago.
  16. You would need GFCI protection if the stations...

    You would need GFCI protection if the stations had sinks within 6' of the receptacles. Many pedicure stations do have sinks with a receptacle adjacent to sink. Forget isolated grounds for anything...
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    Really depends on the thickness of your strap and...

    Really depends on the thickness of your strap and if you're using a back strap spacer behind the RMC. Rigid straps are pretty thick so I would guess that 1.25-1.5" long should do. You need a screw...
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    We normally used a self-drilling Tex screw. For...

    We normally used a self-drilling Tex screw. For RMC you would probably want a #12 or #14 screw in the appropriate length.

    http://www.stafix-catalogue.ath.cx/assets/Tek%20Screw/TekScrews.jpg
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    If they're connected at both ends they're in...

    If they're connected at both ends they're in parallel which makes the EGC system (included EGC's, metallic raceways and enclosures) all current carrying conductors. The EGC should only carry current...
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    Yes. As long as the main bonding jumper is in...

    Yes. As long as the main bonding jumper is in place there should always be continuity at any point in the system.
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    I didn't check his code sections but the...

    I didn't check his code sections but the inspector sounds correct to me.
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    Isn't T-stat wire typically installed in the same...

    Isn't T-stat wire typically installed in the same enclosure as the power conductors when used for heating and AC controls?
  23. I knew that and didn't imply by quoting your post...

    I knew that and didn't imply by quoting your post that you didn't. 8-)
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    Different scenario, is this installation outside?

    Different scenario, is this installation outside?
  25. You couldn't just remove that lug that rated for...

    You couldn't just remove that lug that rated for 75° C and replace it with the one rated for 90° C and expect to use the 90° C rating of the conductor. The equipment that the lug is bolted to would...
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