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#76986 04/09/01 10:47 PM
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is it legal to run liquidtight flexible metal conduit as the raceway to feed a motor that sits directly next to a propane tank?

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#76987 04/10/01 06:56 AM
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what kind of motor ???

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#76988 04/10/01 07:58 AM
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What is the area classification? If it is Class 1 Div 2 then sealtight is ok. If it is Class 1 Div 1 then explosion proof flex is required at about $100.00 per for 1/2".
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#76989 04/10/01 11:27 PM
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Only if the area is classified as Class I, Div. II


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