liquid-tight, non-metallic flexible conduit


Old 09-18-15, 07:45 AM
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liquid-tight, non-metallic flexible conduit

I have an unused piece of liquid-tight, non-metallic flexible conduit. Will NEC 2011 code allow me to use it outdoors between an outdoor panel and an outdoor GFCI receptacle if the conduit is run along the side of the house, using the required fittings and properly secured? Are there any restrictions or conditions I should be aware of?
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Old 09-18-15, 08:31 AM
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Yes you can use it in that situation. It cannot be used underground and should be protected from damage where it is installed. I believe the required support interval is a strap every 3'.

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