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I have a customer who jackhammered his pool deck. He wants me to redo the bonding I need to hit his ladder and slide legs as well as a wet niche luminaire. He is replacing his luminaire but not the niche as the junction is too close to the pool and he wants the box more than the required 4 feet.

It has brass conduit now. I would replace with pvc and put in the 8 AWG ground if possible but don't know right now.

I guess my questions are:
Short of cadweld what connectors are rated to be encased in concrete?
Is replacing the brass conduit feasible?
What would be best use to bond the 1-1/2 slide legs?
 

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Here is an update. I have checked all of my suppliers and none of them have the parts I need. Erico Will not ship less than fifty of each. The home owner wants concrete in by thursday. I will call burndy and hand them over my wallet I think.
 

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I have a customer who jackhammered his pool deck. He wants me to redo the bonding I need to hit his ladder and slide legs as well as a wet niche luminaire. He is replacing his luminaire but not the niche as the junction is too close to the pool and he wants the box more than the required 4 feet.

It has brass conduit now. I would replace with pvc and put in the 8 AWG ground if possible but don't know right now.

I guess my questions are:
Short of cadweld what connectors are rated to be encased in concrete?
Is replacing the brass conduit feasible?
What would be best use to bond the 1-1/2 slide legs?
I have used the DB rebar clamps here and inspector was ok with it.
Why was the niche not replaced?
 
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