The Electrical Contractor Network

ECN Electrical Forum
Discussion Forums for Electricians, Inspectors and Related Professionals

Books, Tools and Test Equipment for Electrical and Construction Trades

Register Now!

Register Now!

We want your input!

Featured:
   

2017 NEC and Related
2017 NEC
Now Available!

   
Recent Posts
Locked rotor, no burnout
by andey
Yesterday at 04:48 AM
Temporarily feeding a panel...
by Potseal
09/29/16 11:05 PM
Massive power outage South Australia
by Meadow
09/29/16 06:46 AM
short circuit??
by Meadow
09/29/16 06:43 AM
Norwegian power?
by Meadow
09/29/16 06:36 AM
New in the Gallery:
12.5A through 0.75mm˛ flex (just out of curiosity)
Shout Box

Top Posters (30 Days)
HotLine1 12
sparky 10
gfretwell 8
Potseal 7
sparky66wv 6
Who's Online
0 registered (), 300 Guests and 4 Spiders online.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Topic Options
Rate This Topic
#193558 - 04/07/10 09:24 PM grounding question
Lucian Offline
New Member

Registered: 09/07/08
Posts: 4
Loc: BC
Service goes into the main disc then a ct cabinet then a spliter. From spliter 2 teck cables go to 2 fusable switches and each fusable swith with its own panel. The question is : the teck cable into the spliter has a ground wire in it, should the ground wire be grounded with compression clams or u bolt to the main ground so that it creates a true ground for the switched as well or is it enough to just bond the grounds to the spliter can with a ground lug.
ervice goes into the main disc then a ct cabinet then a spliter. From spliter 2 teck cables go to 2 fusable switches and each fusable swith with its own panel. The question is : the teck cable into the spliter has a ground wire in it, should the ground wire be grounded with compression clams or u bolt to the main ground so that it creates a true ground for the switched as well or is it enough to just bond the grounds to the spliter can with a ground lug.

Top
2014 / 2011 NEC & Related Books and Study Guides
#193571 - 04/08/10 08:40 AM Re: grounding question [Re: Lucian]
mr_electrician Offline
Member

Registered: 06/22/07
Posts: 106
Loc: London, Ontario
My question is are we dealing with a true ground or is it a bond? Mabey you could add a bonding terminal in the splitter?
_________________________
Never trust an electrician with no eyebrows!!

Top
#193573 - 04/08/10 10:01 AM Re: grounding question [Re: mr_electrician]
Yoopersup Offline
Member

Registered: 03/04/03
Posts: 826
Loc: Michigan
Got Dizzie reading it can you post pic , or one line by any chance??

Top
#193602 - 04/09/10 11:46 AM Re: grounding question [Re: Lucian]
Lucian Offline
New Member

Registered: 09/07/08
Posts: 4
Loc: BC
Anyway, some ppl seem to think its a ground wire but I believe its a bond and it just needs to be bonded to the spliter. Sorry for quick description I am on a blackberry

Top



ECN Electrical Forums - sponsored by Electrical Contractor Network - Electrical and Code Related Discussion for Electrical Contractors, Electricians, Inspectors, Instructors, Engineers and other related Professionals