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Understanding 680.26(C) Mike Holt's Forum

Jun 17, 2008  in 680.26(B). Renumber the present sections sequentially from (C) to (D), (D) to (E), and (E) to (F). Substantiation: Bonding of metal parts in and around a swimming pool to an equipotential bonding grid is extensively covered in 680.26. The intent of this bonding is to equalize the voltages between the pool water and the deck

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680.26(C) Equipotential Bonding. Pool Water.

Bonding of the actual pool water has been required since the 2008 NEC. New changes in the 2014 NEC to section 680.26(C) require the pool water bonding method to be corrosion resistant and in contact with the pool water at all times.

SWIMMING POOL WIRING NEC ARTICLE 680

connect to the pump motor, heater and the pool water bonding. 680.26(B) 4 Point bonding is not required to the vertical uprights of pools with Vinyl Liners as it is considered a nonconductive material. “For nonconductive pool shells, bonding at 4 points shall not be required” 680.26(C) The pool water must be bonded to at least 9 sq” of metal.

NEC Rules on Swimming Pools and Spas ECM

A change to 680.25(A)(1) allows for this wiring method (if the cable isn’t subject to physical damage or corrosion), as shown in Fig. 1. The wiring methods allowed in 680.25 have also been made into an easier-to-read list, reducing the likelihood of misreading the requirements. Section 680.26 addresses equipotential bonding.

Article 680 Swimming Pools, Spas, Hot Tubs, Fountains, and ...

3 Mike Holt’s Illustrated Guide to Understanding the National Electrical Code, Volume 2 Article 680 Swimming Pools, Spas, Hot Tubs, Fountains, and Similar Installations 680.3 Other Articles. The wiring of permanently installed pools, storable pools, outdoor spas, outdoor hot tubs, or fountains must comply with Chapters 1 through 4, except as

Pools and Spas — Part 2 of 3 ECM

The requirements in 680.26 are easier to understand if you remember the purpose of equipotential bonding is to prevent differences in potential. Essentially, you connect all of the metallic parts around the pool, outdoor spa, or hot tub with a conductive pathway ( Fig. 3 ).

NEETRAC - Jodie Lane 2007 - Final Version-Corrected.ppt ...

• 2005 NEC renamed Article 680.26 Equipotential Bonding • Added part (C) Equipotential Bonding Grid to 680.26. • The equipotential common bonding grid shall extend under paved walking surfaces for 1 m (3 ft) horizontally beyond the inside walls of the pool and shall be permitted to be any of the following: (1) Structural Reinforcing Steel.

Taking the Mystery Out of Equipotential Bonding ...

Photo 4. Bonding conductor (8 AWG solid CU) to pool pump motor. Equipotential Bonding Grid — Perimeter Surfaces. The second element of the equipotential bonding grid is the perimeter surfaces or deck steel as it is sometimes referred to [see NEC 680.26(B)(2)(a) and (b)]. The perimeter surfaces are comprised of the following elements.

680.43(B) hot tub bonding Electrical Codes Forum - ICC

Apr 19, 2006  The outside hot tub however does. If the metallic window frame is within 5” of the hot tub”s inside walls, it will need to be be bonded to the hot tub electrical equipment and common bonding grid as required in 680.26 of the NEC. The reason for this bonding has nothing to do with non-current carrying metal parts becomming energized.

Article 680 Swimming Pools, Spas, Hot Tubs, Fountains,

Article 680 . Swimming Pools, Spas, Hot Tubs, Fountains, and ... Swimming Pools, Spas, Hot Tubs, Fountains, and Similar Installations (a) Structural Reinforcing Steel. Unencapsulated structural reinorcing steel in concrete shells secured together by steel f ... common bonding grid in accordance with 680.26(B) and (C). (B) Bonded Parts.

Is 6x6 welded steel wire OK for 680.26(C)? - ECN ...

Jan 06, 2007  BOAF (Florida) has ruled that in bonding the 3' of pool deck around the pool you can use 6 over steel mesh for the bond. It needs to be connected with a listed method, not just tie wires. This is just the latest guess about what 680.26(C) really says.

680.26 Bonding Grid - ECN Electrical Forums

Aug 01, 2006  Register Log In ECN Forum Forums NEC other Code issues 680.26 Bonding Grid: Forums Calendar Active Threads Forum Help: ECN Shout Chat Give a Shout Out! ShoutChat Box: Recent Posts: 15 amp outlets removed due to cell phones by electure -

Pool Grounding Bonding - Harger

*NEC 2017 Equipotential Bonding Article 680.26 **NEC 2017 Connection of Grounding and Bonding Equipment Article 250.8 Pool Grounding Bonding Harger Lightning Grounding 301 Ziegler Drive • Grayslake, IL 60030 Phone: 800-842-7437 • 847-548-8700 Website: harger • Email: [email protected]

Article 680 - Swimming Pool Installations

The following parts of a pool, outdoor spa or hot tub shall be bonded to a common bonding grid of the type specified in 680.26(C). (1) Metallic Parts of Structure. All metallic parts of the water structure, including the reinforcing metal of the pool shell, coping stones, and deck, shall be bonded to a common bonding grid [680.26(C)].

680.26 Bonding Grid - ECN Electrical Forums

Jun 28, 2005  Electrical Code Related Forum for Electricians, Inspectors, Instructors, Engineers Related Professionals. Register Log In ECN Forum Forums NEC other Code issues 680.26 Bonding Grid: Forums Calendar Active Threads Forum Help: ECN Shout Chat Give a Shout Out! ShoutChat Box: Recent Posts: 2020 GFCI changes by gfretwell - 06/02/20 12:01 PM

680.26 Bonding Grid - ECN Electrical Forums

Jul 29, 2006  Electrical Code Related Forum for Electricians, Inspectors, Instructors, Engineers Related Professionals Register Log In ECN Forum Forums NEC other Code issues 680.26 Bonding Grid Forums Calendar Active Threads Forum Help

Taking the Mystery Out of Equipotential Bonding ...

Photo 4. Bonding conductor (8 AWG solid CU) to pool pump motor. Equipotential Bonding Grid — Perimeter Surfaces. The second element of the equipotential bonding grid is the perimeter surfaces or deck steel as it is sometimes referred to [see NEC 680.26(B)(2)(a) and (b)]. The perimeter surfaces are comprised of the following elements.

Pools and Spas — Part 2 of 3 ECM

The requirements in 680.26 are easier to understand if you remember the purpose of equipotential bonding is to prevent differences in potential. Essentially, you connect all of the metallic parts around the pool, outdoor spa, or hot tub with a conductive pathway ( Fig. 3 ).

Pool Bonding - Electrical Inspections - InterNACHI®️ Forum

Mar 02, 2006  The following parts of a permanently installed pool, outdoor spa, and outdoor hot tub must be bonded to a equipotential bonding grid of the type specified in 680.26©. Author’s Comment: See 680.42(B) for the bonding methods permitted for outdoor

Pools and Equipotential Bonding The Building Code Forum

Apr 25, 2011  Section 680.26 applies to ALL permanently installed pools (680.20), outdoor (680.42) and indoor (680.43) spas and hot tubs, fountains common to a pool (680.50), and permanently installed therapeutic pools (680.61). Section 680.26 of the 2005 NEC is poorly arranged and written. The reformatted section in the 2008 NEC is much better organized.

Swimming Pool Equipotential Bonding 2 of 3, NEC 2014 - 680 ...

Oct 31, 2013  Learn Grounding - Swimming Pool Equipotential Bonding with code expert Mike Holt in this excerpt from his best-selling library -Changes to the NEC 2014 DVD program.

680.26 Bonding Grid - ECN Electrical Forums

May 14, 2005  Register Log In ECN Forum Forums NEC other Code issues 680.26 Bonding Grid: Forums Calendar Active Threads Forum Help: ECN Shout Chat Give a Shout Out! ShoutChat Box: Recent Posts: Pool Lights? by gfretwell - 05/21/20 02:03 PM T rating of a switch by geoff in UK -

Understanding 2017 NEC Section 680.74 Changes - YouTube

Mar 24, 2017  Source: https://spreaker/user/masterthenec/understanding-2017-nec-section-680-74-ch Are you confused by the changes to 2017 NEC Section 680.74's new ...

680.43(B) hot tub bonding Electrical Codes Forum - ICC

Apr 19, 2006  The outside hot tub however does. If the metallic window frame is within 5” of the hot tub”s inside walls, it will need to be be bonded to the hot tub electrical equipment and common bonding grid as required in 680.26 of the NEC. The reason for this bonding has nothing to do with non-current carrying metal parts becomming energized.

Swimming Pool Equipotential Bonding 2 of 3, NEC 2014 - 680 ...

Oct 31, 2013  Learn Grounding - Swimming Pool Equipotential Bonding with code expert Mike Holt in this excerpt from his best-selling library -Changes to the NEC 2014 DVD program.

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680.26 Bonding Grid - ECN Electrical Forums

May 14, 2005  Register Log In ECN Forum Forums NEC other Code issues 680.26 Bonding Grid: Forums Calendar Active Threads Forum Help: ECN Shout Chat Give a Shout Out! ShoutChat Box: Recent Posts: Pool Lights? by gfretwell - 05/21/20 02:03 PM T rating of a switch by geoff in UK -

Pool bonding grid Electrical Codes Forum - ICC

Jan 31, 2007  “NEC 680.26 (2002) requires that all metal parts of swimming pools be bonded together using 8 AWG or larger solid copper wire insulated, covered, or bare. The purpose of the swimming pool bonding grid is to eliminate voltage gradients in the pool area.”

Understanding 2017 NEC Section 680.74 Changes - YouTube

Mar 24, 2017  Source: https://spreaker/user/masterthenec/understanding-2017-nec-section-680-74-ch Are you confused by the changes to 2017 NEC Section 680.74's

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680.43(B) hot tub bonding Electrical Codes Forum - ICC

Apr 19, 2006  The outside hot tub however does. If the metallic window frame is within 5” of the hot tub”s inside walls, it will need to be be bonded to the hot tub electrical equipment and common bonding grid as required in 680.26 of the NEC. The reason for this bonding has nothing to do with non-current carrying metal parts becomming energized.

Grounding and Bonding an in ground pool Trouble Free Pool

Jan 31, 2020  Bonding does not need to start and end at any point or be a loop. #8 bare wire needs to electrically connect all items bonded. The water needs to be electrically bonded. Since 2008 NEC Section 680.26(C) mandates that pool water must be electrically bonded. Specifically, a water bond: Must consist of at least nine square inches of conductive ...

Article 680 Swimming Pools, Spas, Hot Tubs, Fountains, and ...

Understanding the National Electrical Code, Volume 2 ... common bonding grid in accordance with 680.26(B) and (C). (B) Bonded Parts. ... and Similar Installations 680.41 Emergency Switch for Spas and Hot Tubs. In other than a single-family dwelling, a clearly labeled emer-gency spa or hot tub water recirculation and jet system

Articles 600 and 680: Inspections for Signs and Swimming ...

Grounding and Bonding is addressed in 600.7, and this is one part of the NEC that is very well coordinated with Article 250 Grounding and Bonding. Almost every paragraph of 600.7 references a requirement in Article 250.

Swimming Pool Electrical Safety - Florida Building

680.25 –Feeders 680.26 – Equipotential Bonding * 680.27 –Specialized Pool Equipment Relevant Standards: NEC – Article 680 680.21 Motors (A)(1) –Any wiring method employed shall contain an insulated copper equipment grounding conductor. (A)(4) –Cable assemblies are permitted where located in

Equipotential bonding Electrical Codes Forum - ICC

Feb 05, 2008  (C) Equipotential Bonding Grid. The parts specified in 680.26(B) shall be connected to an equipotential bonding grid with a solid copper conductor, insulated, covered, or bare, not smaller than 8 AWG or rigid metal conduit of brass or other identified corrosion-resistant metal conduit.

NEC Rules on Swimming Pools and Spas ECM

A change to 680.25(A)(1) allows for this wiring method (if the cable isn’t subject to physical damage or corrosion), as shown in Fig. 1. The wiring methods allowed in 680.25 have also been made into an easier-to-read list, reducing the likelihood of misreading the requirements. Section 680.26 addresses equipotential bonding.

Gone Swimming Electrical Contractor Magazine

Equipotential bonding adjustments for pools in the 2008 NEC . Since there seemed to be so much controversy about equipotential bonding for swimming pools [Section 680.26 of the 2005 National Electrical Code (NEC)], my May 2005 and November 2005 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR articles were devoted to this issue. As they explained, there were major changes in the 2005 NEC involving swimming pool bonding ...

Article 680 - General (Swimming Pools, Spas, Etc) (Part 1 ...

Jun 18, 2016  Join us for this 7 part series on Article 680. This episode is Part 1 of 7 dealing with the general requirements for Swimming Pools, Spas, Hot Tubs,

Pool bonding, Grounding Trouble Free Pool

Aug 12, 2019  680.26(C) The pool water must be bonded to at least 9 sq” of metal. This may be accomplished by: 1. Bonding to a pool water heater. 2. Installing a metal pipe nipple in the water circulation system so a ground strap may be attached to it. 3. Other approved methods. 680.30 Storable pools (temporary pools) do not need water bonding or a ground ...