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250.64(C) 2005 NEC #162449 04/19/07 10:11 AM
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Does anybody know of a listed connector that would comply with 250.64(C) of the 2005 NEC?

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Re: 250.64(C) 2005 NEC [Re: mountainman] #162458 04/19/07 12:21 PM
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To my understanding, most manufacturers make connectors that are identified as "Grounding connectors" and if you need one that is irreversible or exothermic welding- that's what the code ask for. I don't think you will find one that is specifically for GEC's because to my knowledge that's not what they are asking for in 250.64(C)(1).


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Re: 250.64(C) 2005 NEC [Re: George Little] #162471 04/19/07 02:56 PM
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Thanks George, thats what I was thinking is that the fittng had to be listed for GEC.
Thanks for your time.
Joe


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