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#89561 10/04/04 05:13 PM
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A bit of a dispute here has came up and I was wondering if somebody could clarify. I was almost certain that an electrical closet needed to be labeled "Electrical Closet" or simular on the door for the given closet. In our case it is a bi-fold door with a disconnect, 208v panel, and timeclock/contactor. I have been trying to verify where I thought I read that in the code and I am at a loss..any help would be appreciated.

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#89562 10/04/04 05:17 PM
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I do not know of any NEC requirement for this, sometimes the fire dept asks for signage on some or all the electric rooms.


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#89563 10/04/04 08:40 PM
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It may be in the UBC or other building codes, but not the NEC. As far as I know. Other entities that may want it marked may be the POCO, if containing a main or meters.


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#89564 10/04/04 09:20 PM
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Not a building code requirement, unless a local one. Its not in the IBC, and I don't remember it being in the UBC (97).


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#89565 10/07/04 02:26 AM
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I don't think it's in the Code, but I know my town has it as a local (fire) ordinance...


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