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#39539 06/24/04 05:48 PM
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hello all, I have a question about bonding. I have an existing 120/208 3ph service, 400 amps in a bank. we are there to fix code voilations so the local inspector can sign off before the new occupants can come in. the problem is there are 5 panels fed from an aux. gutter, and no bonding bushings. There are insulating bushings, and all of the conduit is ridgid or emt, my question is can I bond the conduits outside the aux. gutter, just clamp to each pipe? I just don't want to tear into the taps!! Any advice would be appreciated.

#39540 06/24/04 07:08 PM
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Tomas & Betts makes a grounding wedge for this use. Here is the link. .It is available in 1/2 to 6 inch.


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#39541 06/24/04 07:18 PM
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those things are exactly what I need!! thanks for the link!!


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