Originally Posted by y_erd_right
A pool built-in the early 70's has sch40 brass conduit from the light to the first junction box. A tree was planted right next to the junction box and the box was set at grade. Forward nearly 40 years and the tree has almost grown around the junction box. Was able to dig down to a mid-point on the brass conduit and also find the rigid conduit on the other side of the tree. Cut threads on the existing brass, installed a threaded brass union, ran new brass around the tree to the other side and up above grade to relocate the junction box. From there tied into the rigid conduit.
Inspector comes out and says the brass has to be "UL listed".
My dilemma: How to verify the new sch40 brass conduit is "UL listed"
Any advice where/how to do that?
That's great ,but how does the inspector intend to enforce this imaginary rule when the fact is the pipe has been there for 40 years You Are not the original installer you just did the repair on it.
What does he want you to re-pipe the whole job?
BTW ,Welcome to the forum....