Has this table changed between 2002-2005? I've been using Stallcup's Master study guide and a question has me stumped. Here is the question "Rigid metal conduit should be buried in the ground at a minimum of __ inches?"
A)4 B)6 C)12 D)18
I am coming up with an answer different than what the study guide says I should get using this table. I am using a 2002 code book,but a 2005 study guide.
The fine print of the code aside, I like things DEEP. For me, this means a minimum of being a coupl incehs deeper than the bottom of a slab, and deeper than the blade of a shovel (about 12").
Why? Because I don't want the pipe hit every time the gardner plants a flower or fixes a leaky irrigation pipe. I don't want the slab to act like "the worlds' dullest scissors" where the pipe exits. And I don't want the pipe cut when the plumber has to open up the slab to replace a drain.
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