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#209919 05/14/13 03:03 PM
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Is there any NEC restrictions on sharing a support like unistrut with other systems? I know you cant support conduit from another conduit or pipe...but just confirming any new or existing rule about sharing a unistrut with water or medical gas, air etc.

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No NEC issue that I can think of quickly. The weight capacity will be an issue. And, IF it is a plan design, the PE or Arch may have issues.



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Thanks John...

Greg


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