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ground wire and rods #100
11/25/00 01:16 PM
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at a seperate building even if you run a ground with your wiring do you still have to install a ground rod at the seperate building


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Re: ground wire and rods #101
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A grounding electrode system is always required at the second building unless it only has one branch circuit feeding it. See 250-32(a)
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