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#166023 - 07/10/07 01:59 PM Panel to sink
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Is there any code issue of how close a panel can be to a slop sink in a commercial building. I installed a 3 pahse 120/208 panel in a building and now they moved a sink that was further down the wall to 18 inches away from the edge of the panel. I still have my working clearnces, but is the sink to close for a code issue. If so please tell me where.

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#166025 - 07/10/07 02:10 PM Re: Panel to sink [Re: Micmann]
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No NEC issue that I know of since your work space is still OK.
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