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Old 09-24-2017, 09:05 AM   #1
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I have (6) underground PVC service entrance conduits coming into the basement of a building from the utility transformer.
My main service gear cannot be up against the wall where the conduits enter the building because there mechanical equipment in the way.
However I do have the option of setting a custom made metallic pull box along the wall, bringing my conduits into that and then bringing (6) PVC conduits out of the side of the pull box ran about six feet and into my service gear.
So basically I would have a metallic pull box in between PVC conduits.
There is no EGC ran in the pipes to the transformer from the pull box.
Can I just run one big bonding jumper to bond the box since this is before my main disconnect or do need one in each conduit?
These are 4" conduits.


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I think you can bond it externally from you gear. Just be sure it's sized correctly.
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What you're looking for is called a supply side bonding jumper.

250.102(C)1 will get you started. It will get sized the same just like if you were bonding a CT cabinet or similar.
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You can use the neutrals to bond the enclosures. Bond the neutrals to the pull box and UGPS and you don't need separate jumpers.
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He is right. Think of it as a meter socket. Really no difference.
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