There's more KOs on that side for other things. That hole is there because it has to be there360max said:no, you can't use conduit to support conduit in the method shown, and you should have aligned knock out with I beam to avoid rolling offset
That's not a rolled offset.no, you can't use conduit to support conduit in the method shown, and you should have aligned knock out with I beam to avoid rolling offset
But the big one's watching the little oneBig John said:Done it, and no, it's not legit. Once had an argument with a guy who tried that with a whole rack: He couldn't understand why it wasn't copacetic, explaining that each pipe was supporting the other pipes.
Now how about if that was done wth a scrap piece of conduit. ...it's then legal.No. It ain't legal. Plenty of people will do it though, and my opinion is that it will be fine. More of a technical foul than a violation, really.
If you're gonna post a "can I do diz " thread though, you really need to step it up a notch or two. This is child's play. The key here is to post something that will REALLY piss some people off, not just say "ehh, looks good from my house."
100% legal. That's how a lot of guys do drops from high up, like in Wal-Marts, factories, and crowded Mechanical rooms.Now how about if that was done wth a scrap piece of conduit. ...it's then legal.
It's under automated conveyor. You've probably never seen a plant like this one. It's not typicalgreenman said:That would not last too long in the plants i have worked, someone will step on it and would half to be fixed.