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Old 02-12-2015, 05:49 PM   #1
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Just curious what the restrictions where on the distance between temp pole and oncor pole . We have to put one up but there isn't much space. Went to a job site where he's like 13 ft away from the pole but almost under the power lines. There is plenty of space in between but just wondering the rules on placement.
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Around here its 15 feet over head or 5 ft underground.
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10 feet clearance here.
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What about in reference to the overhead lines?
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The best thing to do is contact the POCO and ask for their Electric Service Guide. This guide has all the information about their requirements for service.
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