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  1. General Electrical Discussion
    Hey guys, Just wondering what everyone has done in the past for running conduits in the slab. On a recent job I have completed the layout and also involved in running the actual conduits on site. I have attached a couple pictures for an idea. What have you done in the past for going through...
  2. General Electrical Discussion
    I'm needing to attach some short sections of strut to a precast concrete ceiling for a run of 2" EMT. Anyone use TapCons for this? Normally I'd use drop ins for a concrete ceiling; however with the hollows in the precast I'm afraid of punching them through when setting.
  3. Tools, Equipment and New Products
    Hi All, I was a subcontractor on this project in Atlant and saw another electricain using a dewalt cordless nailer for CONCRETE for clips and straps. Holy smokes that was sweet. Has anyone else seen this tool. Where can I get one? Much faster than drilling. Thanks
  4. Canadian Electrical Forum
    Hi, I need to find a way to get a 3/4 corline and a 3/4 PVC in a concrete box? Some sugestions i have had so far is to couple a peice of coreline onto the PVC coming in and just use a standard concrete slab box for coreline. The only problem i have with that is i dont know if you can bury that...
  5. Tools, Equipment and New Products
    can you share with me the things you have done or used to push RMC under sidewalks. i am looking for a solid metal cone to adapt to the end of the RMC but i can't find any...know where i can get one?
  6. Commercial Electrical Forum
    I'm building a concrete high rise, and we have our j-box's in the wall. The location of the j-box was not as-builted, and pvc coated mc was used. I'm looking for ideas on how to locate this j-box with as little damage as possible. Has anyone ever used a toner that could read through concrete...
  7. General Electrical Discussion
    I'm looking for suggestions on how to wire a cavity wall system. The 12" wide wall cross section is 2" of lightweight concrete exterior face, 2" polyiso bonded to the back side, 4" on cast in place regular concrete, then a repeat of the polyiso and finally 2" lightweight concrete on the...
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