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#101472 - 03/23/07 01:08 PM 682.33
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Does this require a bonding grid in the pad under equipment that is remote (on high ground) but serving a pump in the pond?
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#101473 - 03/23/07 05:05 PM Re: 682.33
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OK; I read it 3 times....re-read it again....and IF you wanted an 'opinion' now, I would say ..."Yes".

You pose an interesting inquiry.

Further thought will be expended over the weekend

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#101474 - 03/23/07 06:15 PM Re: 682.33
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I would say yes also. Not much info in the handbook or the analysis but yes, the grid would be on high ground. To be continued i'm sure.

Greg- your da man! You seem to have the best answers on this subject- What do you think?
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#160724 - 03/24/07 11:04 PM Re: 682.33 [Re: George Little]
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I think they worded this section so it reads backward. In the rest of 680 you need the grid close to or in the water and 3' away you don't.
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#160954 - 03/27/07 08:34 PM Re: 682.33 [Re: gfretwell]
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If people discover this section we will be hearing more about it. This could be a little fountain or a koi pond at a home.
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#160965 - 03/28/07 04:25 AM Re: 682.33 [Re: gfretwell]
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A topic for discussion at the next NJEIA meeting perhaps; something to think further on.

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