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    PVC in a pump room

    Can I run PVC on a pump room for the Service wire coming underground

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    Do you have a local ordinance that says No?

    Is it subject to damage?

    A hazardous area?

    I can here.
    Tom
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      #3
      No, I've always seen Ridgid, that's why I asked. I couldn't find anything that says otherwise.
      It's odd to me that they would quote a job with Ridgid when you can run PVC

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        #4
        Originally posted by Alejandro View Post
        No, I've always seen Ridgid, that's why I asked. I couldn't find anything that says otherwise.
        It's odd to me that they would quote a job with Ridgid when you can run PVC

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        Have you checked the PoCo requirements? They would have a say on this since it's their side of the meter.

        Is it their side of the meter? I assumed so when you said "Service wire coming underground" in the OP.

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          #5
          Originally posted by oldsparky52 View Post
          Have you checked the PoCo requirements? They would have a say on this since it's their side of the meter.

          Is it their side of the meter? I assumed so when you said "Service wire coming underground" in the OP.
          Probably not. Fire pump conductors are treated as service conductors no matter what.

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            #6
            Originally posted by gadfly56 View Post
            Probably not. Fire pump conductors are treated as service conductors no matter what.
            OP said pump room, and the 1st thing that popped into my mind was something like a carwash, a fire pump never crossed my mind.

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