I have a client that wants to park an RV on the other side of a Storage facility driveway. He wants the 50 amp RV circuit to run surface across the driveway from the building with available power and he wants to use a cable ramp. Never been asked this one before and he wants the price right away. I'm wondering if a UL listed ramp is available to protect rigid conduit. RV's will be driving over it frequently.Anyone familiar with an approved ramp or have any suggestions besides going underground or overhead?
The company in the link below makes a protector ramp suitable for that purpose, but I don't think it would be required to be UL listed, since it is not an actual fitting or part of the RMC wiring method. I wasn't able to locate anything in the White Book pertaining to protector ramps.
Haha! Yeah I'm familiar with the 2x4 method. Heck I've seen cords running across heavily traveled roads without protection. Thanks for the responses. I think I'm going to propose just installing an outlet and let him worry about protecting it across the road. Less liability to worry about.
Looking at NEC 400.7 and 400.8 and wondering whether a cord laid out for a weekend or two a month across the drive and protected by a ramp would sneak in under the provisions listed. An RV is portable right? Opinions?