conduit


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conduit

A metal pipe through which electric wiring is run. Building codes often require that all electric wiring for commercial buildings must be in conduit and securely attached to the ceiling,not suspended from dropped-ceiling supports or other building components.

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The guide features an extended range of EXD fittings, together with eleven liquid tight conduit ranges, this brochure brings together Flexicon's hazardous area offer in one handy reference document.
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The Court further concluded that Conduit had acted in bad faith and that many of the positions it took in the case were a "joke" and "patently unreasonable.
Installation of the HDPE conduit was done using cut and cover, and horizontal directional drilling (HDD) under a forested area.
In the past, many conduits and investment banks shied away from smaller loans--that is, transactions in the $1.
Conduit pleaded not guilty to blackmail, but was convicted by a jury last month.
issuers, bondholders, conduit borrowers, and the Federal Government).
Next make two shafts by sliding a piece of 1/2-inch conduit inside a piece of 3/4-inch and bend into a "Z" shape (double strength needed for shafts).
Two separate controls handle the melt rate and level of the furnace charger conduit with cover.
The conduit ignited, but the workers quickly extinguished the fire.
However, if the most efficient capital for an asset comes from the conduit industry, that capital must also be delivered, and most important, it must be delivered with the same reliability of process and certainty of results that borrowers have come to expect from the life insurance industry.
In Notice 97-21, the IRS noted that certain persons are engaging in multiple-party financing transactions designed to allow a person (the sponsor) to avoid tax on substantial amounts of income (or to shelter substantial amounts of other income), by using a conduit entity whose income tax treatment artificially allocates the conduit's income to participants not subject to Federal income tax.