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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale001289 View Post
    Wrong.


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    code reference please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale001289 View Post
    Wrong.
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    501.15(D)(2) exception

    ....by an approved means.....


    article 100

    Approved- acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire-Smith View Post
    501.15(D)(2) exception

    ....by an approved means.....


    article 100

    Approved- acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction
    “Approved“ and “Approved Means” are not the same thing -


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale001289 View Post
    Wrong.
    are you thinking of listed? its different

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale001289 View Post
    “Approved“ and “Approved Means” are not the same thing -


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    110.2 Approval. "the conductors and equipment required or permitted by this code shall be acceptable only if approved.

    informational note. see... definitions of approved....."


    once again, code reference please. i don't subscribe to dales electrical code just NEC


    means
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      an action or system by which a result is brought about; a method.

    put the two together and what do you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire-Smith View Post
    are you thinking of listed? its different
    The sealant must be explosion proof vs nonexplosion proof or simply “minimizing gases “ such as duct seal - it must be listed or labeled. Once it has been listed by an approved means it can then be approved the AHJ


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale001289 View Post
    The sealant must be explosion proof vs nonexplosion proof or simply “minimizing gases “ such as duct seal - it must be listed or labeled. Once it has been listed by an approved means it can then be approved the AHJ


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    code reference please, not everything we use is listed, by what u r saying every electrical installation is in violation right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale001289 View Post
    The sealant must be explosion proof vs nonexplosion proof or simply “minimizing gases “ such as duct seal - it must be listed or labeled. Once it has been listed by an approved means it can then be approved the AHJ


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    TSC is listed for explosion-proof seals

    and no seal completely seals out gases, all of them only minimize


    why the h*** do you think the code allows this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire-Smith View Post
    TSC is explosionproof
    Exactly TSC is used with cable seals - why don’t you try reading from the beginning post pretty please


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    Last edited by roger; 05-31-18 at 06:32 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale001289 View Post
    Exactly TSC is used with cable seals - why don’t you try reading from the beginning post pretty please


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    why don't you try reading the code book?


    i agree tsc is for cable seals, always thought that. this post provides no good argument or information
    Last edited by roger; 05-31-18 at 06:32 PM.

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