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Pipe Runner,

Very nice! I don't want to say to much more than that and get in trouble.
Is there that much side pressure on those cables that you must leave the rope tied off in that gear or to pretax not to leave in there?
 

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What's up with all the plastic? Are they going to be painting? Rain?

And what's with the rope? Never saw anyone use it like that before, missing a fiber brace?

Love how neat it is good job.
 

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Well its a Square -D requirement if the feeders have more than 24" of unsupported conductors also if you have a major fault it keeps the feeders from whipping during the blast.

Heres some pipe work you knew I just could not show a photo without some conduit work now lets not get into a big fuss over this its not done yet .:laughing:


Ive been trying to up right the photo
 

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Wow, back to back 90's with offsets. That's so hard to do. :no:

Well yes , correct MTW anyone can nothing special a first year helper could do this most of our guys have been in the trade a few days and can bend conduit in only a few minutes . Then we send them out after a few more weeks and they run multi million dollar projects its really easy stuff.
This guy who did this rack was only with us a few hours and he did this rack in the photo before break time he never bent conduit before he worked at Burger King as a assistant manager .
This way we can keep there pay low no benefits paid after that 90 days probations up cann them. We go down to home depo and hire anyone standing
in the paint dept we have found the best conduit guys in that part of the store . We have a high turn over but the work is so easy and anyone can do it so we get to keep the cream of the crop guys with no electrical back ground .:thumbup:
 

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awesome work the conduit work is only surpassed by the conductors
 

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piperunner said:
Well yes , correct MTW anyone can nothing special a first year helper could do this most of our guys have been in the trade a few days and can bend conduit in only a few minutes . Then we send them out after a few more weeks and they run multi million dollar projects its really easy stuff. This guy who did this rack was only with us a few hours and he did this rack in the photo before break time he never bent conduit before he worked at Burger King as a assistant manager . This way we can keep there pay low no benefits paid after that 90 days probations up cann them. We go down to home depo and hire anyone standing in the paint dept we have found the best conduit guys in that part of the store . We have a high turn over but the work is so easy and anyone can do it so we get to keep the cream of the crop guys with no electrical back ground .:thumbup:
Always good for a laugh
 
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