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wireway

[wahyuh r-wey] /ˈwaɪərˌweɪ/
noun
1.
a prefabricated, enclosed passage for electrical wiring, as in a building.
Origin
1905-1910
1905-10; wire + way1
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  • The poles shall be laminated with tapered, chamfered corners with a center wireway.
  • The ballast shall be housed within the grid channel and separated from the low voltage area with a listed wireway cover.
  • Use grounding type locknut and copper bond wire to make wireway and attached conduits electrically continuous.
  • Ensure each system is mechanically separated from each other in the wireway.
  • Receptacles shall be insulated from the mounting panel, outlet box, or wireway.

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