Fourteen 1-1/4 inch conduits from a buried ductbank are entering an underground vault about 30'long x 20'wide x 20' high, classified Class I Div 2 hazardous area. Want to built the conduit system in a neat, workmanship like manner.
The entering conduits originate in an unclassified, above ground electrical space.
Conduit seals are required inside the underground vault near the wall penetrations before the conduit leaves the space.
The conduit inside the vault will be for feeders and control cables to electrical equipment and lighting.
If the seal is placed at the conduit penetration, the seal will be perpendicular to the wall and protrude into the room a few inches. This requires an elbow and a few conduit bends to bring the conduit against the wall when run parallel to the wall. This arrangement doesn't look to good to me because it protrudes into the room too much.
An elbow could be installed first on the "stub" into the room to put the conduit parallel to the wall, and then install the seal. But this method requires enough space between conduit stubs for installing the elbows.
How would you build the conduit entrance into the vault to minimize the distance between the conduit stubs and the space between the conduit and the vault wall as the conduit is routed parallel to the walls when run to the equipment?