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#7965 - 03/01/02 07:09 PM grounding above ground fuel tanks for off road use
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i have two above groud fuel tanks want 110 volt pumps will the tanks have to have a ground rod drove an egc run to each tank
thank you for any help
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#7966 - 03/01/02 09:52 PM Re: grounding above ground fuel tanks for off road use
HIGHVOLTAGE Offline
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Ken

go to 515.16 NEC which will take you to 501.16 or 505.25 , first you'll have to go to 515.3 and get the right class, div , location and zone .
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#7967 - 03/04/02 12:15 PM Re: grounding above ground fuel tanks for off road use
kenrod3020 Offline
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class 1 division 1 thanks for help
after reading 505.25 the answer is no.ground
rod
Thank you high voltage

[This message has been edited by kenrod3020 (edited 03-04-2002).]
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#7968 - 03/04/02 05:25 PM Re: grounding above ground fuel tanks for off road use
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Please look here and get NFPA 780 for the rest of the story!

http://www.convault.com/Grounding_Instructions.pdf
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