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#40664 07/30/04 07:54 AM
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I'me wiring a building which will be used as a sort of multi-purpose dog kennel. There's about a dozen pens,and there will be various types of animals in them. Dogs will be the primary inhabitants.

The floor is dirt,and the pens are galvanized wire,but it's not continious,(seperated by wood).

My question is,do I need to bond all these galvanized wire pens together? The building will be served by a a small 2 ckt panel,with 2 ground rods driven.


#40665 07/30/04 09:00 AM
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Unless it is likely to become energized, there is no code requirement to bond fences.

#40666 07/30/04 05:56 PM
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