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#165946 - 07/08/07 09:29 AM Transformer grounding
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Where in the code (if at all) does it state you need to bond dry type transformer to building steel?

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#165951 - 07/08/07 10:38 AM Re: Transformer grounding [Re: ayrton]
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See 250.30(A)(7)

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#166031 - 07/10/07 05:59 PM Re: Transformer grounding [Re: Roger]
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I have a 02 NEC. There is no 250.30 (A)(7)

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#166056 - 07/11/07 10:30 AM Re: Transformer grounding [Re: ayrton]
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It's 250.30(A)(4) in the 2002 code.
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