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#113755 - 09/27/02 08:06 PM Interesting picture  
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I just ran across this picture on my computer that someone sent me a while back of a local building project. This was not one of my company's projects so I don't know much about it but think it is a rather impressive amount of under floor conduit for one building.

Curt (caselec)


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#113756 - 09/27/02 10:47 PM Re: Interesting picture  
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#113757 - 09/28/02 08:42 PM Re: Interesting picture  
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If it doesn't come out in the right place you've got big problems!


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#113758 - 09/28/02 10:42 PM Re: Interesting picture  
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Holy S%$T!! That brings a tear to my eye. It looks pretty hot to be doing large pipe on racks in the sun. Whoever layed that out is a GOD! Great work!!

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#113759 - 09/29/02 11:54 PM Re: Interesting picture  
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No need for rebar in that slab [Linked Image]


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#113760 - 09/30/02 10:47 PM Re: Interesting picture  
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Looks somewhat like some steel mills of yester-year except we used RMC, this looks to be EMT.
If so, is corrosion protection to be applied? 358.10(B).

Do question 310.15(B)(2)(b). Hard to tell from this picture.


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#113761 - 10/05/02 11:17 AM Re: Interesting picture  
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Any ampacity derating required here?
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#113762 - 10/11/02 11:15 PM Re: Interesting picture  
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Nothing like a well done rigid conduit installation, everything is so neatly done.


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#113763 - 10/12/02 08:24 AM Re: Interesting picture  
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Oh did we mention we need a plug over there?? [Linked Image]


#113764 - 10/14/02 07:15 AM Re: Interesting picture  
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Is there any issue with the diminished strength of the structure due to the conduits displacing what would otherwise be concrete?



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