Quantcast Multiple Conduct/Cable Runs

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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE
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g. Bells and alarms
h. Connection to shut down air-handling units
OTHER
A.1.5.5
Similar to telephone or intercommunication/paging.
A.l.6
MULTIPLE CONDUIT/CABLE RUNS
To avoid misinterpretation as to the quantity of cables and conduit required
in multiple conduit and cable runs, use one of the following acceptable
descriptions:
Two 3" conduits, each containing four - 500 kcmil and one
Acceptable:
- #2 Gnd
Two 3" conduits, each with four - 500 kcmil and one - #2
Acceptable:
Gnd
Two 3" conduits, with four - 500 kcmil and one - #2 Gnd
Acceptable:
in each conduit
Two sets of four - 500 kcmil and one - #2 Gnd in 3"
Unacceptable:
conduit
Parallel Service: four - 500 kcmil and one - #2 Gnd in
Unacceptable:
3" conduit
A.1.7
REMOVAL OR REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENT CONTAINING
DIELECTRIC FLUID
Determine the PCB content of each item of electrical equipment. If the
equipment is labeled PCB filled, then it shall be assumed to contain PCBs
and the following steps shall be taken:
a. Identify and request in writing that the activity test a sample of
dielectric fluid for each piece of equipment in question.
b. The test results shall be used to identify the equipment on plans as:
(1) "Non-PCB" - contains less than 50 ppm.
(2) "PCB" - contains 50 ppm or greater.
Attachment A-5





 


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