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#24691 - 04/18/03 08:57 PM Floor boxes
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Is there any reason why ordinary stamped steel masonary boxes could not be used in a slab. This would not be a new pour, but added to an existing slab after cutting out a section, then using display receptacles with the heavy brass plate and disc cover.
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#24692 - 04/19/03 12:11 AM Re: Floor boxes
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314.27 C 2002 NEC
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#24693 - 04/19/03 09:07 AM Re: Floor boxes
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314.27 C 2002 NEC would prevent you from placing them in the floor, but it is ok to surface mount a box on the floor.
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#24694 - 04/20/03 07:27 AM Re: Floor boxes
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I istalled 7 of the Hubbell PFB1 PVC boxes. Each box requires a PFBA1 adapter. The box and adapter together cost about $18. A 3/4 inch thick terazzo floor will be installed on the slab. We will be using the SA5016 cover. They cost $53 each.
Hubbell's website for them is: http://www.hubbellnet.com/max_htm/PDF_Literature_Library/h4441.pdf
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#24695 - 04/20/03 12:29 PM Re: Floor boxes
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Is something like this prohibited by current or recent versions of the NEC for "floor-up" mounting?
http://www.hubbellcatalog.com/wiring/datasheet.asp?PN=HBL6236
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