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I'm trying to bend a 10’ stick of 4” EMT in the centerline of the conduit so I can get equal lengths on both ends. Is there a formula for that?
What’s the formula to indicate when to start your kick on a 90 and loss?
I have a 10' piece of 3/4" aluminum electrical conduit. I need to have 80" in the middle, with a 90° on each end. What is the length loss of a 90° bend?
How do I determine set and bend permissible radial length for bending conduit or electrical pipe?
How much do you lose on a 2 1/2 inch kick?
To be clear, am I correct in my interpretation that if I want to check that there is 230v in my electrical connections in a light fitting that is glowing dimly, I need the lamp in first to complete the circuit, then I check either end of the fitting placing the meter in parallel? Conversely, if I were to use the meter in lieu of the lamp, then this would be in series and the reading would be false or the meter would simply not work?
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