This article relates to National Electrical Code (NEC) 250.70, which states: “Methods of Grounding and Bonding Conductor Connection to Electrodes. The grounding or bonding conductor shall be connected to the…
The challenge is getting people out of flammable clothing and into appropriate PPE through code guidance that’s easier to understand and implement. It starts by putting ourselves in a contractor’s shoes.
For example, today’s Code requirements state that an intentionally grounded conductor (sometimes referred to as a neutral conductor) is required to be installed at all switch locations where switches control lighting loads that are supplied by a grounded general-purpose branch circuit, or are they?
Authorities from CMP-5 received a public input(s) asking for clarification to the connection of the structural steel of in-ground permanently installed swimming pools as part of the grounding electrode system.