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suarez-halleyvladimir
Hello,   marshal wants the trash bin to be fire sprinklered. There’s already existing 1” pipe coming off the domestic water line for a couple of heads for the prior trash area. Owner built a 20by15 concrete walls with metal pan decking for trash bins.    My question is. Do I need to have a full riser installation for
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jillian.knight
At one of the local BSA (Boy Scouts of America) campgrounds, out troop has adopted a lean-to to fix up. It was in pretty bad shape. We are at the tail-end of the project, and were discussing what type on emergency lights / exit signs would be required.   The lean-to we have is a 4 sided structure with a roof, where one side is completely
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andrew_rogers
Per the Exception noted at Table 310.15(B)(3)(c), XHHW-2 insulated conductors "shall not be subject to the ampacity adjustment" noted in the Table.      Yet, in the application example provided in the 2014 National Electrical Code Handbook, XHHW-2 is used to demonstrate the impact of applying the adjustment factor noted in the
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nsaro
Conductors in a cable tray are installed per 392.80(A)(2)(d) and both ends of the conductors emerge from the cable tray and terminate in equipment with 75C rating. Since the conductors are installed per 392.80(A)(2)(d), with proper spacing then, Table 310.15.(B)(20) can be applied, but when the conductors exit the cable tray to
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abdulrahman
Dear Team   I am going to do corridor smoke test in one of residential building; I need to know the following: a) What is the amount of smoke needed by smoke machine and what is the time required such process? b) What is the smoke evacuation time for getting acceptance?   Please treat that as important   I looking for receiving
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