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CABLES #5230
11/09/01 05:24 PM
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I do have a question I'm hoping some electricians in California can help me out. We are currently designing modular walls to be placed into a Health Care facility in Palm Desert California. In such we have some receptacles that go with the wall prewired In most instances we use AC HCF cable but for some reason certain jurisdictions in California will not allow the use of this cable. Does anyone know if Palm Desert is one of them? Will they allow AC HCF cable or not? Please if anyone knows let me in on it.

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Your best bet is to call the building Dept. in Palm Desert.


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