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Re: Grounding rebar

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That is how I regard anything electrical--as witch-craft.
Gary

Daryl Richardson wrote:

  witch causes the reinforcing to act as a cathode thus protecting it


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*From:* Greene, Al [PTS] [mailto:AGFO(--nospam--at)chevron.com]
*Sent:* Thursday, August 23, 2007 8:44 AM
*To:* seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
*Subject:* Grounding rebar
Is there a code requirement that says that rebar in a slab or footing has to be grounded? I have an electrical engineer telling me NEC says so.

Al Greene, PE, SECB
Chevron Richmond Refinery
841 Chevron Way, 244/Tech Center
Richmond, CA 94802
Phone: (510) 242-1788
Fax: (510) 242-2509
Cell: (510) 507-5080
agfo(--nospam--at)chevron.com


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