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#118720 - 10/22/04 08:44 PM Complex Conduit Work  
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I thought that some might be interested in seeing some of the conduit work done by our shop at a rather large project. A couple of the photos might be a little blurry as I was highly caffeinated and the lighting is from temporary fixtures.

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#118721 - 10/22/04 09:22 PM Re: Complex Conduit Work  
dmattox  Offline
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Posts: 265
Anaheim, CA
Wow, thats pretty impressive [Linked Image]

#118722 - 10/22/04 10:31 PM Re: Complex Conduit Work  
Dave55  Offline
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Posts: 697
Crystal Lake, Illinois, USA
Awesome. I love conduit.


#118723 - 10/22/04 10:53 PM Re: Complex Conduit Work  
Ryan_J  Offline
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Posts: 1,374
West Jordan, Utah, USA
Great work Kenny. The guy in the top picture must be really fast to be a blur like that. Did he do all of this in one day? [Linked Image]

Ryan Jackson,
Salt Lake City

#118724 - 10/23/04 03:27 AM Re: Complex Conduit Work  
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Really too bad all the mind bending stuff, compound bends underground will only be seen by an archiologist. Who may not have the full appreciation for it.

And the trappize work is straight enough to make everything else look crooked.

Kudos to the crew!

Mark Heller
"Well - I oughta....." -Jackie Gleason

#118725 - 10/23/04 08:02 AM Re: Complex Conduit Work  
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Speaking of skilled trades . . . wow, what else can really be said? This is awesome work. [Linked Image]

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#118726 - 10/23/04 06:44 PM Re: Complex Conduit Work  
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White Plains, NY
What kind of facility is it? It looks familiar.

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#118727 - 10/23/04 09:56 PM Re: Complex Conduit Work  
CTwireman  Offline
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Posts: 840
Connecticut, USA
Nice work!

With the high price of pipe these days, that work looks EXPENSIVE!



#118728 - 10/25/04 01:55 AM Re: Complex Conduit Work  
DougW  Offline
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Posts: 1,143
North Chicago, IL

Dat's a lotta pipe!

Make our resi 1/2" look like hollow pipe cleaners!

#118729 - 10/25/04 02:52 AM Re: Complex Conduit Work  
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SI,New Zealand
Question from an outta-towner.
How is that larger diameter pipe bent?.
Great to see work like this and I agree, it's a shame that it will all be covered up by concrete.
It's a shame they don't make glass floors, for the viewing pleasure of us Electricians!. [Linked Image]

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