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#77428 - 06/01/01 05:01 PM Smurf pipe ?
sparky Offline
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I don't know much about 'smurf pipe', the flexible blue stuff that has been gaining popularity.

Is this what is desribed in part B of art 351?

Can i use long lengths for direct burial?

If so, what is best LFNC-A,B or C ?

any of you guys familiar with this?
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#77429 - 06/01/01 05:25 PM Re: Smurf pipe ?
Joe Tedesco Offline
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Sparky:

"Smurf Tubing" is what they call Electrical Nonmetallic Tubing covered by Article 331.

It is available in 1/2 through 2 inch sizes and is permitted for certain use. Look carefully at some of the rules, especially for a service per Section 230-43.
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#77430 - 06/01/01 05:33 PM Re: Smurf pipe ?
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Also check 331-4. Thinking attics.

Glenn
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#77431 - 06/01/01 05:37 PM Re: Smurf pipe ?
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Thank you
331-4(5) answers my burial Q

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