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Re: PVC w/ H2O
Original poster: Jim Lux <jimlux@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
At 11:07 AM 1/12/2007, you wrote:
Original poster: StephenTetorka@xxxxxx
Good idea about the water content...still...one sample melted.
Also..if you check electrical conduit at Home Depot &
Lowes...printing on it says "nonmetallic"...
That word means nothing as far as composition. That's to identify it
(NEC wise) as nonmetallic raceway.. that is, you can't use it as a
grounding conductor, as you could with EMT (Electrical Metallic
Tubing) or IRC (Intermediate Metallic Tubing) or GRC (Galvanized
Rigid Conduit). I confess I've never seen GRC used.. everyone I know
calls it just rigid conduit, and curses mightily when it's called out
in the drawing, because it's a pain to bend and work with (being
"rigid" and all)