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680 26 bonding methods nec forum

  • 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.

  • Understanding 680.26(C) - Mike Holt's Forum

    The way I read 680.26(C), the bonding of pool water is not required if the requirements in 680.26(B) is met. Although I see what you mean, I believe 680.26(C) is saying if metallic parts in part (B) are in contact with the water at least 9 sq. in then that will satisfy 680.26(C).

  • 680.26 equipotential bonding conductor ...Pool Water Bonding...680.26(C) 2008 NECOutdoor Hot Tub 680.26(B)(7) bond ...680.26 Bonding Perimeter SurfacesSee more results
  • Understanding 680.26(c) - Mike Holt's Forum

    Originally posted by NEC 2008 680.26(6)(a) Double-Insulated Water Pump Motors. Where a double-insulated water pump motor is installed under the provisions of this rule, a solid 8 AWG copper conductor of sufficient length to make a bonding connection to a replacement motor shall be extended from the bonding grid to an accessible point in the ...

  • 680.26 Bonding Grid - ECN Electrical Forums

    Aug 01, 2006  680.26(C) 2005 NEC requires the equipotential bonding grid to extend under "PAVED" walking surfaces for 3 feet beyond the inside walls of the pool... Would precast brick pavers laid in stone dust used around pools also require the bonding grid? Or was the CMP intending the grid to be established under poured concrete pool decks only? shortcircuit

  • 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 ...

    Equipotential Bonding RequirementsEquipotential Bonding GridEquipotential Bonding Grid — Conductive Pool ShellEquipotential Bonding Grid — Perimeter SurfacesConclusionBonding requirements are an important and unique protective method employed to increase the safety of the users of bodies of water such as pools, spas, and hot tubs. Bonding connects the conductive elements of the pool structure, nearby metallic objects, and electrical equipment enclosures together. Bonding is required to eliminate voltage gradients (rises in voltage potential) in the pool area. When metallic parts are bonded toSee more on iaeimagazine.org
  • Top 2008 NEC Changes ECM

    Feb 19, 2009  Equipotential bonding is intended to reduce voltage gradients in the area around permanently installed pools, outdoor spas, or outdoor hot tubs by the use of a common bonding grid in accordance with 680.26(B) and (C). (B) Bonded Parts.

  • Article 680 - Swimming Pool Installations

    Article 680 - Swimming Pool Installations. By Mike Holt, for ECM Magazine. I. General. Article 680 contains restrictive installation and equipment requirements necessary to prevent severe shock to human bodies around swimming pools, spas, hot tubs and fountains.

  • NEC Rules on Swimming Pools and Spas Electrical ...

    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.

  • 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

  • Top 2008 NEC Changes ECM

    Feb 19, 2009  Equipotential bonding is intended to reduce voltage gradients in the area around permanently installed pools, outdoor spas, or outdoor hot tubs by the use of a common bonding grid in accordance with 680.26(B) and (C). (B) Bonded Parts.

  • SWIMMING POOL WIRING NEC ARTICLE 680

    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 ...

  • 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

  • NEC Rules on Swimming Pools and Spas Electrical ...

    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.

  • 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.

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

    Jodie Lane National Conference for Stray Voltage Detection, Mitigation, and Prevention June 5, 2007 • 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

  • 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.

  • 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

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

    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

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

    Swimming Pools, Spas, Hot Tubs, Fountains, and Similar Installations . Part 2. 13. Mike Holt’s Illustrated Guide to Understanding the National Electrical Code, Volume 2: Article 680: Swimming Pools, Spas, Hot Tubs, Fountains, and Similar Installations ... common bonding grid in accordance with 680.26(B) and (C). (B) Bonded Parts.

  • AG 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.

  • Article 680 - Swimming Pool Installations

    Article 680 - Swimming Pool Installations. By Mike Holt, for ECM Magazine. I. General. Article 680 contains restrictive installation and equipment requirements necessary to prevent severe shock to human bodies around swimming pools, spas, hot tubs and fountains.

  • -2011 National Electrical Code TIA Log No. 1005 Reference ...

    National Electrical Code ... The application of 680.26 perimeter bonding requirements of the present NEC creates undue expense and ... adverse impact on a product or method that was inadvertently overlooked in the total revision process, or was without adequate technical (safety)

  • 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.

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

    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

  • NEC Rules on Swimming Pools and Spas Electrical ...

    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.

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

    Jodie Lane National Conference for Stray Voltage Detection, Mitigation, and Prevention June 5, 2007 • 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

  • Pool Grounding Bonding

    (B) Methods Not Permitted. Connection devices or fittings that depend soley on solder shall not be used. *NEC 2014 Equipotential Bonding Article 680.26 **NEC 2014 Connection of Grounding and Bonding Equipment Article 250.8 Pool Grounding Bonding

  • Swimming pool bonding question - InterNACHI®️ Forum

    Dec 20, 2013  Bonding to perimeter surfaces shall be provided as specified in 680.26(B)(2)(a) or (2)(b) and shall be attached to the pool reinforcing steel or copper conductor grid at a minimum of four (4) points uniformly spaced around the perimeter of the pool. For nonconductive pool shells, bonding at four points shall not be required.

  • 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.

  • Bonding of Pool Water Electrical ConPulverizer Magazine

    Point of bonding with the pool water shall be made at no more than 4 meters distance around the circumference of the pool.” The accepted text for the 2008 NEC reads, “680.26(C). Pool Water. An intentional bond of a minimum conductive surface area of 5806 mm 2 (9 in 2) shall be installed in contact with the pool water. This bond shall be ...

  • 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.

  • Swimming Pool Equipotential Bonding - IEEE

    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.

  • -2011 National Electrical Code TIA Log No. 1005 Reference ...

    National Electrical Code ... The application of 680.26 perimeter bonding requirements of the present NEC creates undue expense and ... adverse impact on a product or method that was inadvertently overlooked in the total revision process, or was without adequate technical (safety)

  • Out By The Pool: Equipotential Bonding for Pool Perimeters ...

    As far back as the 1999 National Electrical Code (NEC) and for each NEC cycle through 2011, quite a few changes have dealt with bonding associated with swimming pools. ... Out By The Pool: Equipotential Bonding for Pool Perimeters and Parts ... but I use the text of the 2014 and 2017 Codes to explain the bonding requirements in Section 680.26 ...

  • AG 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.

  • The Danger of Voltage Gradients in the Aquatics Environment

    This frequently misunderstood network is the swimming pool bonding grid. Article 680 of NEC 2002 covers this system and was revised in this latest edition. Several sections changed paragraph numbers and other information was reformatted to provide clearer interpretation of this section. Section 680.26, Bonding, was formerly 680.22 in NEC 1999.

  • equipotential bonding for above ground pool - Handyman ...

    Now for another question as to how NEC Article 280.26 applies to above ground pools. What exactly is the bonding requirement for the supporting metal framework and for the earth surface around the pool perimeter? ... 680.26 Equipotential Bonding. (A) Performance. ... I thought this was a simple question and had hoped someone on the forum would ...

  • Bonding of Pool Water Electrical ConPulverizer Magazine

    Point of bonding with the pool water shall be made at no more than 4 meters distance around the circumference of the pool.” The accepted text for the 2008 NEC reads, “680.26(C). Pool Water. An intentional bond of a minimum conductive surface area of 5806 mm 2 (9 in 2) shall be installed in contact with the pool water. This bond shall be ...

  • 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 ...

  • Equipotential Bonding Grid- 2020 NEC Code Change - YouTube

    Aug 11, 2019  Watch as Paul Abernathy explains the new addition of a bonding grid option for the perimeter bonding requirement in section 680.26. While it was "proven" this method

  • Going for a Swim Electrical ConPulverizer Magazine

    In the 2005 NEC, Section 680.26(C) was amended to provide three methods of establishing an equipotential bonding grid. The first two methods-(1) the structural reinforcing steel of a concrete pool where the reinforcing rods are bonded together by the usual steel tie wires and (2) the wall of a bolted or welded metal pool-remain the same as in ...

  • 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.

  • Gone Swimming Electrical ConPulverizer 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 ...

  • 2011 The Top Revisions to this Edition of the NEC ...

    Previous editions of the NEC included an Informational Note telling the Code user that the use of these receptacles was a bad idea in these areas. With this change, the Code rule now recognizes that fact and prohibits the practice altogether. 680.26 Equipotential Bonding. 23 The requirements for swimming pool bonding were revisedagain.

  • Equipotential bonding grid The Building Code Forum

    Apr 16, 2018  This is a free forum to the public due to the generosity of the Sawhorses, Corporate Supporters and Supporters who have upgraded their accounts. ... I am laying the ground work in an attempt to demonstrate how I got to where I am with bonding fences. 680.26(B)(7) Fixed Metal Parts. ... NEC 250.50 - All grounding electrodes as described in 250 ...

  • Out By The Pool: Equipotential Bonding for Pool Perimeters ...

    As far back as the 1999 National Electrical Code (NEC) and for each NEC cycle through 2011, quite a few changes have dealt with bonding associated with swimming pools. ... Out By The Pool: Equipotential Bonding for Pool Perimeters and Parts ... but I use the text of the 2014 and 2017 Codes to explain the bonding requirements in Section 680.26 ...

  • The Official Electrical Violation Photo Thread Page 3 ...

    Aug 18, 2019  They called for an inspection way too soon as they are not finished backfilling yet and it will end up being way too low below the surface in violation of NEC 680.26(B)(2)(a)(5) 2nd By using this method under NEC 680.26(B)(2)(a) "alternate means" they will need a bare ground wire and not the insulated wire they have installed.

  • 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.

  • By: Joseph Kempker - kempkeredu

    Article 680.26(C) has added a new twist for bonding the pool water. An intentional bond of a minimum conductive surface area of (9 in2) shall be installed in contact with the pool water. I hope that this article has brought you up to speed on Article 680 of the National Electrical Code.

  • Code QA ECM

    Q. Do we still have to bond the deck of an outdoor swimming pool if the deck is constructed of pavers? A. Yes, an equipotential bonding grid must extend 3 ft horizon¬tally beyond the inside walls of a pool, outdoor spa, or outdoor hot tub, including unpaved, paved, and poured concrete surfaces [680.26(B)(2)].

  • equipotential bonding for above ground pool - Handyman ...

    Now for another question as to how NEC Article 280.26 applies to above ground pools. What exactly is the bonding requirement for the supporting metal framework and for the earth surface around the pool perimeter? ... 680.26 Equipotential Bonding. (A) Performance. ... I thought this was a simple question and had hoped someone on the forum would ...