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Chester Armstrong
Greetings, my question deals with a Sub feed conductor sizing and also meter base grounding requirements. I am a first year licensed Electrical Journeyman and am working in the Heavy Industrial field under my companies Renewable energy group. Specializing in Solar facilities. One of our smaller newly constructed facilities (96Mw DC) has very
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Christy Valvo
I would like to see information on those whom have used split PVC conduit and sweeps in electrical applications and determine its approved uses. I had heard UL did not approve but ETL (intertec) has approved for use per UL 651 (meaning I believe includes locations approved for both schedule 40 and schedule 80 PVC) any thoughts and recommendations
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Kristin Bigda
Memorial Day is a holiday of remembrance, honor, dedication, and the start of the summer season. Along with sunshine and BBQs, the holiday also brings additional safety concerns and fire risks. NFPA 1, Fire Code, contains valuable requirements to help local inspectors and authorities ensure communities stay safe this holiday weekend and throughout
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Ronald Milks
In NFPA 13R, Section 6.6.6 & 6.6.8 states that Fire sprinklers are not required in noncombustible elevator shafts where the elevator cars comply with ANSI A17.1 Safety Code for Elevators, and I'm wondering if sprinklers still would not be required in the elevator shaft when a polymer coated lift belt has been installed within the shaft?
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Richard Haffke
A proposed modification to an existing building would have 2 new store entrances added. The exterior wall is CMU block, the entrance structures will have steel framework. They will be enclosed with plywood which will then have metal lath and stucco applied for the finish. The roofs will have Densdeck with single ply roofing attached. Would a
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Timothy Davis
If an existing wet type sprinkler system that has been in service for a period of time, and is then one day de-energized, drained and out of service for approximately 5 years, should there be any concerns (corrosion, leaks) when filling the piping system back with water and returning back into service?
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May is National Electrical Safety Month and as part of NFPA's mission to help save the world from electrical hazards, we have joined forces with the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFi). This year's theme is "Understanding the Code that Keeps Us Safe."  That means sharing information with the world that helps build an
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