those are wire methods. Are they not different than type of wires?It isn't a Table, but Section 501.10 describes the wiring methods permitted in Class I locations; 501.10(A) for Division 1 and 501.10(B) for Division 2. Similarly, Sections 502.10 and 503.10 describe wiring methods for Class II and III respectively.
sorry i gues i forgot to mention i am working from the CEC not the NEC.Type TC is listed in Section 510.10(B)(1)(6) as one acceptable cable type in Division 2.
TECK is not a recognized cable construction in the NEC unless it is also marked as Type MC. Even then, it is not acceptable in Division 1 as it is in the CEC. Use in Division 1 requires additional marking as "MC-HL."
thanks anyways!Unfortunately, I don't have a readily available copy of the CEC - my only excuse is this is an NEC site. Possibly one of our other members could assist you.
I am familiar with TECK90 and can confirm the CEC accepted it in Class I, Divisions 1 and 2 some time ago, but I haven't "worked" a Canadian project in about (aboot) 8 years.