"Grounding" and "bonding" are important elements of a building's electrical wiring system. They each have different functions, but they work together to make the building's electrical wiring safe. The Code denes "grounding" as the connecting to ground or to a conductive body that extends the ground…
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All questions and answers are based on the 2005 NEC. Q. I recently came across a handhole with a metal cover in the backyard of a house that is used to splice the underground service conductors.
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NEC rules on grounding and bonding requirements for remote buildings
Q. What are the rules for the location of the service disconnect? A. Section 230.70 contains the following rules: The service disconnecting means must open all service-entrance conductors from the building or structure premises wiring.
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Grounding and Bonding — Part 2 of 3. The revised reference to bonding and grounding electrode conductors now provides a much more specific Code Section 250.30 has been reorganized and includes many revisions and notes to clarify the grounding and bonding requirements of separately…
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