PVC in a pump room

Alejandro

Member
Location
Orlando, FL
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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oldsparky52

Senior Member
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.
 

gadfly56

Senior Member
Location
New Jersey
Occupation
Professional Engineer, Fire & Life Safety
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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