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mrhaboobi

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  #790217 1-Apr-2013 15:26
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Just an update, i bought conduit bends from redpaths ( $10 each ) these are a 90 degree bend i think 100mm radius..  Also some green conduit ($40 for 6m ) and some white conduit ( $28 ) from another place however that was iplex pipline brand which i have seen alot of houses using.

JObs done now anyways, though i will need to get more white conduit and extend the trench, for now it gets me past where the concrete will be.

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  #790222 1-Apr-2013 15:44
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Sounds good what you have got done. Do you have any pics of your work?




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mrhaboobi

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  #790224 1-Apr-2013 16:03
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DarthKermit: Sounds good what you have got done. Do you have any pics of your work?



My completed work



I hope this does the job for enable in future :)


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  #794166 6-Apr-2013 06:19
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That looks good. I plan to install a similar conduit for a future UFB connection. UFB ducts were installed in my street at the end of 2012.

Does anyone know if you're still required to install warning tape above the conduit. "Warning, buried telecomms conduit below"???




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  #794168 6-Apr-2013 07:34
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DarthKermit: Does anyone know if you're still required to install warning tape above the conduit. "Warning, buried telecomms conduit below"???


Chorus have information on this on this page (see Installing lead-ins):

http://www.chorus.co.nz/wiring-for-fibre

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  #794174 6-Apr-2013 08:37
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Thanks, but there is no mention at all of warning tape in that document.




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  #794176 6-Apr-2013 08:56
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Then I guess it's not required :)

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