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Posted 08/13/15 07:14 PM
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Found this the other day. 2-1/4:20 machine screws thru bottom of backbox into guardrail.

Nice non-compliant conduit support too. This has been 'as-is' for some time, & first time I was in this building.
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#215910 - 08/14/15 05:17 AM Re: Compliant?? [Re: HotLine1]
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They probably had to set the panel out there to satisfy "working space" and the inspector held his nose on the disconnects.
I agree it looks like the top of the enclosure is actually supported by the big conduit. Looks like a great place for some kind of purpose built bracket coming out from the wall.
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#215914 - 08/14/15 07:33 AM Re: Compliant?? [Re: HotLine1]
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Depending on how far the guardrail is from the wall...it might be okay (but just barely).
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