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#102238 - 11/18/05 09:00 AM ft ratings
GETELECTRIC Offline
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who knows where i can find the applications for various type ft rated cables.For example can i run ft1 cable in tray to a machine.
thxs Neil

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#102239 - 11/18/05 04:20 PM Re: ft ratings
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Rule 2-126 and appendices B and G state that the flame spread requirements for Electrical wiring and Cables.
It refers you to the National Building Code and local building legislation.
I know this is not a definitive answer but hopefully it will help you find one.

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