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FMC-the preparation of the ends? #9862
05/16/02 07:00 AM
05/16/02 07:00 AM
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Chris Rudolph  Offline OP
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Winter Park,Fl USA
I have used some FMC and always use anti-shorts to protect the wiring against any sharp edges.It has always bothered me that this may not be adequate.
How do all you other sage sparkies deal with this issue?
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Re: FMC-the preparation of the ends? #9863
05/16/02 10:48 AM
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Although I have used bushings for FMC where I have terminated it on a cable tray, I rarely otherwise use them or see them in use.
According to 348.28 they aren't required.


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