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#81935 - 10/04/02 04:48 PM Boxes  
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Do junction/pull boxes have to be listed? I've seen dozens made in metal shops.


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#81936 - 10/04/02 04:56 PM Re: Boxes  
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The only requirement for using listed boxes that comes to mind is for wet locations, 314.15(A) .

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#81937 - 10/04/02 10:09 PM Re: Boxes  
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shoot me and bubba made one out of an old card board box last night. used plastic pill bottles and epoxy to hold the emt in.

i think it'll out last the steel ones. just kidding guys smile and have a good weekend


#81938 - 10/04/02 10:28 PM Re: Boxes  
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Rabbit, this is a ongoing issue in many areas.

The UL white book may cover some of this.

I worked in a industrial situation a few years ago, and this manufacturer made their own stainless steel cabinets for controls etc...
and were UL approved in house.

We contract a local metal fabricator to make "highhats" for installations where 90's can not be turned down into gear.

The listing situation is not a requirement, the AHJ can and must inspect items that are not listed, but that doesn't mean there is anything wrong.

Roger


#81939 - 10/05/02 11:01 AM Re: Boxes  
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Ever hear of an inspecter signing off on a home made circuit breaker panel cover?
One of my customers says his was.
Bob



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