The flex is properly terminated into a FA but the entire run is not supported. The PVC is a violation due to this being a place of assembly. A funny side note is the core plans called for 1-4”. They ran 2-2” and one is not usable. This is for a phone cable so I guess they figure you could just split it in half.
#113002 - 01/03/0210:46 PMRe: A Complete Conduit System?
No it has not been accepted yet. It probably will though considering the picture in my other post was bought off yesterday. In my opinion it is a violation of 518-4(a) and 518-4(c). (The paragraph before the FPN) This column gets framed around and dry walled but it is open at the top to a plenum ceiling. 518-4(b) has me a little confused though. This building has a few 1 hour fire corridors and one two hour. Does that make it “of fire rated construction?”
Oh! Also 347-8 and table 347-8
#113005 - 02/18/0205:34 AMRe: A Complete Conduit System?
ok it must just be the resolution but what kinda fitting is that between the pvc and flex? from my veiw it looks like a normal pvc coupler but with flex glued in the top end. and were are they sellin straps these days? must be a war shortage or somethin.
#113006 - 02/18/0207:55 PMRe: A Complete Conduit System?
Yes, it is the resolution. To their credit it is a F.A with a flex connector screwed into it. BTW. This was covered up never to be thought about again. It was addressed but never corrected. If I have to do work like this to compete, I'll do something else.