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#102112 - 03/01/05 08:17 AM arc lamps
Z Offline
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Registered: 02/27/05
Posts: 2
Loc: toronto on canada
Hi everyone!

Great site and forum!
i'm from Toronto ,working residential, some comm.
Wrote my exam last week , this one still bug me:
What a minimum mesh around the globe of an arc lamp? (was something like that)

found only the maximum which is 32mm
26-608 (2)

Does anyone know ?

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#102113 - 03/01/05 08:14 PM Re: arc lamps
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Registered: 02/29/04
Posts: 73
Loc: Alberta Canada
I've looked at my code book as well as my code handbook, and they don't specify a minimum size. The province you live in may have ammended the rule, but I don't think a minimum number exists.

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#102114 - 03/02/05 07:39 AM Re: arc lamps
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Registered: 02/23/03
Posts: 238
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Are you sure it said what was the minimum size? Sounds like the question is worded wrong but with the reference in the code I bet the answer they were looking for is 32mm as you said. Did you put 32mm and they said that it was wrong?

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