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Re: Is tinned boat wire necessary?

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Originally Posted by pdqaltair View Post
Stranded THHN wire is the most common industrial wire in the US and is stocked by Home Depot, Lowes, and every electrical supply house. It is what is pulled through conduit. People may not know to look for it.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Southwir...5858/203401697
ABYC standards cover much more than what has been discussed here, wire type, strand size, oil resistance of the insulation, temperature rating and voltage loss among others. I don't know if Home Depot conductors would meet those requirements.

Of course many have no use for ABYC Standards. To each his own.

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