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IF I WANT TO CONNECT 2x PIECES OF LIQUID TIGHT FLEXIBLE NON METALIC CONDUITS WITH A LISTED LIQUID TIGHT CONNECTOR FITTING ON EACH END, DOES THE COUPLING WHICH I WANT TO USE FOR THAT, NEED TO BE GROUNDED IF A GROUND WIRE IS PULLED THROUGH BOTH PIECES OF LIQUID TIGHT ACCORDING TO NEC? (THE COUPLING WILL BE WELDED TO THE GROUNDED SKID). ALSO "MUST" THE COUPLING BE A UL LISTED PART FOR OUR ETL INSTPECTION WITHOUT DOING ALL KINDS OF TESTS TO IT? COUPLINGS THAT ARE BOTH UL AND CSA LISTED ARE NOT TOO EASY TO FIND.
 

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1. We will be providing a skid to a customer where he has to connect a couple control and power wires to. He wants a conduit feed to skid edge to which he can just connect his conduit to, which will be the coupling.
2. Because we want to install a seal at the coupling where we change from C1 Div2 location to unclassified area.
 
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