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#109125 - 10/24/03 08:48 PM Water Pipe Location
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Is it a violation for a water pipe to be under the equipment here?

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#109126 - 10/25/03 08:49 AM Re: Water Pipe Location
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While there is not a violation of the safety work space required by 110.26(A), there is a violation of the "dedicated equipment space" required by 110.25(F)(1)(a).
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#109127 - 10/25/03 01:31 PM Re: Water Pipe Location
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I am wondering about what looks like the use of parallel conductors smaller than 1/0?

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#109128 - 10/25/03 05:21 PM Re: Water Pipe Location
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Is it a violation for a water pipe to be under the equipment here?


Or is the violation having the equipment over the water pipe?

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#109129 - 10/28/03 04:55 PM Re: Water Pipe Location
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I think a bigger problem might be the pipe above the panel from the looks of the rust on the outside of the panel and the trough under it. I popped a cover on one like this once and found two of the three fuses in the main rusted into the holders.

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#109130 - 10/30/03 08:37 PM Re: Water Pipe Location
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Lots of problems here. Are those the right kind of straps, look like one hole EMT straps to me.
334.15 B (NM cable?) "shall be protected" is not met.

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