underground cabling in oil refineries

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 Question by Ivan Barrientos posted 22 Jul 2006
 underground cabling in oil refineries
Are there any regulations stating whether power cabling inside dikes built around oil tanks must be installed in some specific way (except for NEC regulations concerning the corresponding electric risk class, of course)? Is korduct construction mandatory in this case?
Thanks in advance, friends !
 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 31 Jul 2006
Dear Ivan,
Sorry it took so lon g to answer your question but I was trying to find out if there are any codes required for this. I was unsuccessful but this out of what we normally cover on this site. This seems to be a very industry specific question and you may be better off contacting some one speciallizing in the petroleum business for a proper answer.

Joseph Golan, RCDD

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