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True Color EMT

Discussion in 'Electrical Links' started by ICE, Mar 29, 2019.

  1. ICE

    ICE Sawhorse

    Jun 23, 2011
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    #1 ICE, Mar 29, 2019
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  2. Pcinspector1

    Pcinspector1 Platinum Member

    Oct 28, 2009
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    Now why didn't jar or Chris Kennedy think of color coding EMT?

    Do any of you see troffer light wires painted red so there easier to see from the grid wires?

    Had a guy run orange HDPE for conduit under a temporary trailer, had the wrong fittings.
  3. jar546

    jar546 *****istrator

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  4. Msradell

    Msradell Sawhorse

    Jul 23, 2011
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    I have seen it in a couple of test/development areas in large industrial plants. Areas where equipment is constantly being changed, moved, modified etc. That way you know what systems you should be careful when cutting etc., you obviously don't want to fool with fire or security systems without proper notifications prior to the work.
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