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#116405 - 04/01/04 08:14 PM Some Nice Conduit Work  
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Here's a job that I was always pretty pleased with considering that 95% of it (All but the wire pull.) was done by myself and 1 apprentice.
3 1/2" conduit runs in a parking structure for a gen set.


KentVW

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Edited 'cause I goofed up. THX, Curt



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#116406 - 04/01/04 09:05 PM Re: Some Nice Conduit Work  
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Nice job! What kind of bender did you use?


Peter

#116407 - 04/02/04 09:39 AM Re: Some Nice Conduit Work  
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Very Impressive!

I particularly like the fact that I didn't see any factory 90's. It takes a lot more skill and patience to do it this way. I think it looks a lot more "eye appealing".

Great Job.


"If common sense was common, everyone would have it"-not sure, someone here


#116408 - 04/02/04 01:31 PM Re: Some Nice Conduit Work  
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Thanks,
All of it was bent over my van tire... just kidding.
Used a Greenlee hydro floor bender.


#116409 - 04/03/04 01:45 AM Re: Some Nice Conduit Work  
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Very nice job Kent [Linked Image]

Just curious, whats with the black cable apprearing from behind the "bug-eye" in the first pic?

-Randy


#116410 - 04/03/04 01:57 AM Re: Some Nice Conduit Work  
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Randy !
Good to see you back


#116411 - 04/03/04 02:37 PM Re: Some Nice Conduit Work  
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What is that black cable??????
I did not notice it until you mentioned it Randy. If I head that direction next week I will stop and see if it is still there and let you know.


#116412 - 04/04/04 05:13 PM Re: Some Nice Conduit Work  
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Thank you Scott

My computer was down for a while... Now I'm up & running better than ever [Linked Image] Best yet, My digicam work again... Stay tuned for all kinds of fun (& not so fun) things I come across daily!

-Randy


#116413 - 04/04/04 05:33 PM Re: Some Nice Conduit Work  
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Scott,
You need to add a - between electrical and contractor for the 4th picture link.

Curt


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#116414 - 04/05/04 05:58 PM Re: Some Nice Conduit Work  
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I like that pipe work. Most E.C. in my area
use pvc in that type application. EMT looks alot better big guy


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