Assuming they go straight through and are THHN it would appear you have plenty of room, but I suspect there are some details here like not straight through, splices, bending space, etc that you did not share that would change everything.We have an inspector that wants the wire fill for our 48"x16"x12" gutter. We have 8 750 mcm conductors and 2 500's. I have no idea how to calculate the wire fill for this size of wire. any help would be appreciated.
Man, you're good. Do you also have the tables memorized so you don't have to look for just the right table?I did the math in my head and got what Augie and Texie got.:roll:
Are you sure he's looking for wire fill and not for the size of the box (6x or 8x)?
I have every word in the NEC memorized. I don't have them memorized in the same order that they're in the book, but.....:lol:Man, you're good. Do you also have the tables memorized so you don't have to look for just the right table?
Augie had it calculated and posted before I even got to the right page. I must be getting feeble, as I just realized I wrote cubic inch and not square inch. I guess I got a pass as nobody flamed me.
Kidding aside, you may have a point about 6X or 8X as I think there is more to this than we now know.