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Project Number 1 Section 16132 Project Name Project Date Raceway And Conduit SECTION 16132 RACEWAY AND CONDUIT PART 1 GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Includes But Not Limited To 1. Quality of material and installation procedures for raceway and fittings used on Project but furnished under other Divisions. 2. Furnish and install raceway and conduit used on Project not specified to be installed under other Sections. B. Related Sections 1. Section 13851 - Furnishing and installing of concealed raceway and conduit for fire detection and alarm system 2. Division 15 - HVAC instrumentation and control system components, conductors and cables, wiring, and installation. 3. Section 16051 - General Electrical Requirements PART 2 PRODUCTS 2.1 COMPONENTS A. Raceway And Conduit 1. 3 / 4 inch 19 mm for exterior underground use and 1/2 inch 13 mm elsewhere, unless indicated otherwise. Use of each type restricted as indicated by product. 2. Galvanized rigid steel or galvanized intermediate metal conduit (IMC) is allowed for use in all areas. 3. Galvanized Electrical Metallic Tubing (EMT), Flexible Steel Conduit, And Metal-Clad Cable (Type MC) - a. Allowed for use only in indoor dry locations where it is - 1) Not subject to damage 2) Not in contact with earth 3) Not in concrete b. Flexible steel conduit or metal-clad cable required for final connections to indoor mechanical equipment. 4. Schedule 40 Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Conduit - Allowed for use only underground or below concrete with galvanized rigid steel or IMC elbows and risers. 5. Listed, Liquid-Tight Flexible Metal Conduit - Use in outdoor final connections to mechanical equipment, length not to exceed 36 inches 900 mm . 6.
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2012 for the course CM 105 taught by Professor Burr,k during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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