CSA - C22.2 NO. 227.2.1-04 UPD 2
Liquid-Tight Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit
|Publication Date:||1 April 2008|
This is the common CSA and UL standard for Liquid-Tight Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit. It is the first edition of CSA C22.2 No. 227.2.1 and the fourth edition of UL 1660. The requirements of CSA Standard C22.2 No.227.2, published in 1993, are superseded by this standard, for products covered in this standard, as indicated in the Scope of this standard. This edition of UL 1660 supersedes the previous edition(s) published on February 4, 2000. This common standard has been jointly revised on April 18, 2008. For this purpose CSA and UL are issuing revision pages dated April 18, 2008.
This common standard was prepared by the Canadian Standards Association and Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL). The efforts and support of the Technical Harmonization Committee 23A LFNC Working Group, of the Council on the Harmonization of Electrotechnical Standards of the Nations of the Americas (CANENA), are gratefully acknowledged.
This standard is considered suitable for use for conformity assessment within the stated scope of the standard.
This Standard was reviewed by the CSA Subcommittee C22.2 No. 227, under the jurisdiction of the CSA Technical Committee on Wiring Products and the CSA Strategic Steering Committee on Requirements for Electrical Safety, and has been formally approved by the Technical Committee.
This standard will be submitted to the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) for approval as a National Standard of Canada.
This standard has been approved by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as an American National Standard.
A UL standard is current only if it incorporates the most recently adopted revisions, all of which are itemized on the transmittal notice that accompanies the latest set of revised requirements.
Where reference is made to a specific number of samples to be tested, the specified number is to be considered a minimum quantity.
Note: Although the intended primary application of this standard is stated in its scope, it is important to note that it remains the responsibility of the users of the standard to judge its suitability for their particular purpose.