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#85932 - 08/21/03 01:07 PM Pull Boxes  
rlrct  Offline
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I've read/heard that pull boxes are required every 360 degrees of bend in conduit. For the life of me I can't find it in the code.

What section is that in?

I'm not challenging the need - just want to find the code reference.

Thx - Rob


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#85933 - 08/21/03 02:16 PM Re: Pull Boxes  
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The word "conduit" is very general. There are many different types of conduit. You have to look up the specific type of conduit you are refering to.

For example,

emt: 362.26
imc: 342.26
rmc: 344.26
rnc: 352.26


#85934 - 08/21/03 02:22 PM Re: Pull Boxes  
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Got it. I'd been looking in the general wiring sections, not the sections specific to the various types of conduit.

Thanks - Rob



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